Beerhouse

Beer´house`


n.1.A house where malt liquors are sold; an alehouse.
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Mr & Mrs Fox -- Chef Joey Sergentakis brings Hong Kong a modern steakhouse offering a bar and restaurant with a craft beerhouse at street level, raw bar and steakhouse on the first floor and private dining room with its own terrace in the attic.
50 CORK MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL - Various Venues, Cork BLACK STONE CHERRY - The Pavilion ANDY DUNNE FULL CIRCLE - The Oliver Plunkett TUESDAY JUNE 16 DUBLIN TUESDAY BLUE MOON FOLK & BLUES LIVE SESSIONS - Beerhouse TOM JONES - Olympia Theatre, [euro]59.
Licensing restrictions were introduced in the 1869 Wine and Beerhouse Act, finally curbing the number of pubs across the country as many landlords complained they could no longer make a profit.
By contrast, beerhouse keepers were not allowed to sell spirits.
Individuals could be convinced not to commit adultery, not to work on interest or not to walk into a beerhouse but nation states are not so easily "convertible.
The company is invested in Plastic Packaging, Cymot, Democratic Media Holdings, Nashua Namibia, Walvis Bay Stevedoring and the Joe's Beerhouse property.
So Inn Liverpool is another example of a modern beerhouse, a new-school take on the pub, of a kind that's already common in other cities.
WORCESTER - Armsby Abbey on Main Street has been open for less than four years, but the craft beerhouse has made its mark in Worcester.
The beams supporting the roof are painted red and contrast with the white walls, moulded ceilings and in-built ceiling lights which provide a contemporary feel to what is basically an old-fashioned beerhouse.
Then there's a beerhouse where you can purchase food.
Leading private equity firm, Stimulus this week announced that it has disinvested from the popular Windhoek restaurant, Joe's Beerhouse for strategic reasons.
On an 1851 map, a beerhouse is marked with the delightful name The Van of Flesh Tavern - today this forms the right-hand side of the building.