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    Pub Shed

    Moving house at the end of the month and I'm going to create a Pub Shed. Has anyone else got one, been to one etc?

    Very open to suggestions and ideas.

    Needing name suggestions, it's going to be Hibernian related.


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    The 21st of May is as good a name as possible.

    Alternatively Henderson's Corner or the Captains Head
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    If it's in your garden then "the Cabbage Patch" springs to mind. Your Mrs might be expecting some outstanding greens though if you tell her that's where you've been all day.

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    Moving house at the end of the month and I'm going to create a Pub Shed. Has anyone else got one, been to one etc?

    Very open to suggestions and ideas.

    Needing name suggestions, it's going to be Hibernian related.
    The Grays Head Inn 🇳🇬😆

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSK View Post
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    The Grays Head Inn 🇳🇬😆
    I thought "Henderson's corner" was the best idea I'd ever seen and then this came up. Brilliant.
    Mon the Hibs.

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    Stokesy's Inn

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    I thought "Henderson's corner" was the best idea I'd ever seen and then this came up. Brilliant.
    Hendersons corner can still have its pride of place in the bar 😆🇳🇬👍

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    Put numbers on the door, similar to numbering your front door but in this case use the numbers 90+2!

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    I know a guy who put a Dunfermline themed bar into his garage and called it "All Par One".

    He had to move house and build another one so he called it "All Par Two".

    They were really impressive. Proper functional bars with bucket loads of memorabilia on the walls. Going in there added a little bit extra to what was already a superb away day.

    It was the stuff on the walls that made it. It might be worth speaking to Paul Kane to see what happened to all the stuff that used to be in the Four in Hand, and also looking out for bargains on e-bay.

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    The 21st of May is as good a name as possible.

    Alternatively Henderson's Corner or the Captains Head
    "The Captains Head" a bar in a shed 😀 perfect!
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    My mate has one, bar with beer taps, optics for spirits, fridge for bottles. It also has proper pub tables and chairs in it along with a pretty big wide screen TV. He has all the stuff you would find in a real pub like the bar mats, etc. Got most of it dirt cheap from auction sites. He even has a proper toilet plumbed in as well. Only downside is he has celtic memorabilia on the walls

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    You'll be amazed at the taste of Tennents lager. Because of the very short distance of the beer line it tastes like a premium lager.

    A friend installed a bar shed and I was convinced I was drinking Estrella or Warsteiner but it was Tennents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H18 SFR View Post
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    Moving house at the end of the month and I'm going to create a Pub Shed. Has anyone else got one, been to one etc?

    Very open to suggestions and ideas.

    Needing name suggestions, it's going to be Hibernian related.
    I got a pub shed/bar in my garden, bought a SoL sign to put on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heretoday View Post
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    Stokesy's Inn

    .....and he's out again!

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    Anyone got a Philips Perfect Draught machine? Are they any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Anyone got a Philips Perfect Draught machine? Are they any good?
    Been thinking about that as well... And the Krupps sub thing by Heineken.

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    Make sure there is no hole in the roof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Anyone got a Philips Perfect Draught machine? Are they any good?
    That's my next purchase for my man cave.....heard they are great. I've got a 90" projector screen for football and surround sound for my music. 1 wall Hibs' stuff the other 2 walls music and movie memorabilia

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    Finally got round to this, had the opening day on Saturday, I will post a pic shortly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Anyone got a Philips Perfect Draught machine? Are they any good?
    We have a Perfect Draft machine and it’s really good. Worth checking that they do kegs of the beer you’d want before investing. We’ve found the quality to be very good and very convenient - too convenient! Kegs start around £30 for just over 10 pints. When you take the keg deposit and loyalty “beer token” into account in works out at just over £2 per pint.
    If you’re thinking about buying a machine / kegs from Beer Hawk get a referral from somebody with an account as you’ll get 10% off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibbybob View Post
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    We have a Perfect Draft machine and it’s really good. Worth checking that they do kegs of the beer you’d want before investing. We’ve found the quality to be very good and very convenient - too convenient! Kegs start around £30 for just over 10 pints. When you take the keg deposit and loyalty “beer token” into account in works out at just over £2 per pint.
    If you’re thinking about buying a machine / kegs from Beer Hawk get a referral from somebody with an account as you’ll get 10% off.
    Thanks Bob, I’ve been looking at them for a while. Just waiting for tennnents to start the kegs!

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    I built a bar/sports room in my cellar. Seamed like a great idea at the time and I really enjoyed putting it together. Trouble is I never use it. The running machine, rowing machine, stepper, weights bank and massage recliner are all put to good use but the large flat screen tv and bar are just dust catchers. If I want a drink or want to watch something on TV, then I'll normally just go upstairs. My 11 year old loves it but I'm seriously thinking of replacing it with a single seat sauna. First world problem.

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