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Use of "run-off" in pubs 10 years 9 months ago #25

I've heard some of the superpubs in the UK have tubes running from the spill tray back into the tap lines. Could be urban legend, though...

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Use of "run-off" in pubs 10 years 9 months ago #26

I've heard some of the superpubs in the UK have tubes running from the spill tray back into the tap lines[/quote:1kxmpi2b]

You could call if something fancy like Varloff House Special.

Nigel

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Use of "run-off" in pubs 10 years 9 months ago #27

Name and shame.

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Use of "run-off" in pubs 10 years 9 months ago #28

I've heard some of the superpubs in the UK have tubes running from the spill tray back into the tap lines. Could be urban legend, though...[/quote:2qixuvtz]Sounds like pure urban legend to me. Your superpubs aren't going to be selling a whole lot of mild, which was always the traditional destination of superfluous beer. I very much doubt the big lager breweries, who are rigorous about their quality control, would allow it for their products.

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