Given the option, what drinking adult wouldn’t want their own Cheers? A place where the bartender knows exactly how you like your drink, they serve your favorite beer, and you know and like the people sitting around you. These two couples have just that and, even better, never have to worry about whose turn it is to drive home.
Perfect way to get along with you neighbor, or maybe notPosted by Brian Fitzpatrick on Monday, October 19, 2015
Perfect way to get along with you neighbor, or maybe not
The neighbor couples created a tiny pub between their two semi-detached houses in Willenhall, England. The shed-style pub, which they named The Outback Inn, came together in just under $125, a low budget that was possible thanks to the neighbors’ use of mostly recycled materials. They decorated the walls of the 15-by-6-foot backyard bar with Australian-themed trinkets, and the whole thing came together in just three short months.
Enterprising neighbours build pub between their semi-detached houses http://t.co/AFMnC1BF2N pic.twitter.com/UzULdHwmys— Daily Mirror (@DailyMirror) October 19, 2015
Enterprising neighbours build pub between their semi-detached houses http://t.co/AFMnC1BF2N pic.twitter.com/UzULdHwmys
"We were quite pally with the neighbors and just wanted somewhere to drink other than our front room," Kelvin Mayes told The Mirror. That, and a shared mini-pub was the perfect place to keep both of the couples’ homemade booze. But the two couples aren't keeping this bar a secret; they’re sharing the love. They told The Mirror that they regularly have barbecues so everyone can enjoy the tiny, fully stocked watering hole that seats six to eight drinkers.
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