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There once was a pub, called the Brewery
Tap, that nestled in its own tree-lined corral
at the far end of Ipswich Marina. A popular
place with everyone who'd discovered it,
tucked away far from the hurly-burly: good
food, good beers, good atmos. But then
one day it was gone. Not, seemingly, one of
the all-to-frequent closures of British pubs
due to rising prices and rents, lowering
profits and patrons who'd rather -
understandably - pay a third of the price for a supermaket beer, but a scrappy dispute
with health and safety over food standards. It was reported (but who knows what really
went on) that they'd been cooking boil-in-the-bag fish in the same tub of hot water as
boil-in-the-bag something else. And that was all it took, apparently. Our unbelievable H&S
regs can deprive a major town of one of its best venues over such a trifle (pardon the
pun). So a favourite pub closed and has never re-opened. A few weeks ago my wife went
for a blood test, and was told by the nurse, upon querying it, why she didn't tap the vein
on her arm to help it reveal, was told that that was "abuse", and no longer allowed
(H&S). Someone has really got to get a grip in this country and stamp out this sort of
stupidity.
Where was I? - Oh, yes, this is a picture taken in the upstairs parlour of the Brewery Tap,
and is a popular print in Suffolk among those who lament its passing.
There once was a pub, called the
Brewery Tap, that nestled in its
own
tree-lined corral at the far end of
Ipswich Marina. A popular place
with
everyone who'd discovered it,
tucked
away far from the hurly-burly:
good
food, good beers, good atmos. But
then
one day it was gone. Not,
seemingly, one of the
all-to-frequent closures of British
pubs
due to rising prices and rents, lowering profits and patrons who'd rather -
understandably - pay a third of the price for a supermaket beer, but a scrappy dispute
with health and safety over food standards. It was reported (but who knows what
really went on) that they'd been cooking boil-in-the-bag fish in the same tub of hot
water as boil-in-the-bag something else. And that was all it took, apparently. Our
unbelievable H&S regs can deprive a major town of one of its best venues over such a
trifle (pardon the pun). So a favourite pub closed and has never re-opened. A few
weeks ago my wife went for a blood test, and was told by the nurse, upon querying it,
why she didn't tap the vein on her arm to help it reveal, was told that that was "abuse",
and no longer allowed (H&S). Someone has really got to get a grip in this country and
stamp out this sort of stupidity.
Where was I? - Oh, yes, this is a picture taken in the upstairs parlour of the Brewery
Tap, and is a popular print in Suffolk among those who lament its passing.
There once was a pub, called the Brewery
Tap, that nestled in its own tree-lined
corral at the far end of Ipswich Marina. A
popular place with everyone who'd
discovered it, tucked away far from the
hurly-burly: good food, good beers, good
atmos. But then one day it was gone. Not,
seemingly, one of the all-to-frequent
closures of British pubs due to rising prices
and rents, lowering profits and patrons
who'd rather - understandably - pay a third of the price for a supermaket beer, but a
scrappy dispute with health and safety over food standards. It was reported (but who
knows what really went on) that they'd been cooking boil-in-the-bag fish in the same tub
of hot water as boil-in-the-bag something else. And that was all it took, apparently. Our
unbelievable H&S regs can deprive a major town of one of its best venues over such a
trifle (pardon the pun). So a favourite pub closed and has never re-opened. A few weeks
ago my wife went for a blood test, and was told by the nurse, upon querying it, why she
didn't tap the vein on her arm to help it reveal, was told that that was "abuse", and no
longer allowed (H&S). Someone has really got to get a grip in this country and stamp out
this sort of stupidity.
Where was I? - Oh, yes, this is a picture taken in the upstairs parlour of the Brewery Tap,
and is a popular print in Suffolk among those who lament its passing.

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There once was a pub, called the Brewery Tap, that nestled in its own tree-lined corral at the far end of Ipswich Marina. A popular place with everyone who'd discovered it, tucked away far from the hurly-burly: good food, good beers, good atmos.  But then one day it was gone. Not, seemingly, one of the all-to-frequent closures of British pubs due to rising prices and rents, lowering profits and patrons who'd rather - understandably - pay a third of the price for a supermaket beer, but a scrappy dispute with health and safety over food standards. It was reported (but who knows what really went on) that they'd been cooking boil-in-the-bag fish in the same tub of hot water as boil-in-the-bag something else. And that was all it took, apparently. Our unbelievable H&S regs can deprive a major town of one of its best venues over such a trifle (pardon the pun).  So a favourite pub closed and has never re-opened.   A few weeks ago my wife went for a blood test, and was told by the nurse, upon querying it, why she didn't tap the vein on her arm to help it reveal, was told that that was "abuse", and no longer allowed (H&S).  Someone has really got to get a grip in this country and stamp out this sort of stupidity.                              

Where was I? - Oh, yes, this is a picture taken in the upstairs parlour of the Brewery Tap, and is a popular print in Suffolk among those who lament its passing. 
  
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