Firkin


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Firkin

An obsolete unit of volume equivalent to one-quarter of one barrel.
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Several years ago we bought a number of Firkin pubs from Allied Domecq,' said the spokeswoman.
Mandi Barnett, manager of the appropriately named Flanker and Firkin, said: "We have had a lovely crowd in here for the games so far, and we are really going big tomorrow.
Stopping-off points: The Flapper and Firkin, left, and the Actress & Bishop were visited by writers Jon and Danny.
CLEAN SWEEP: The window smasher sweeps up the mess flanked by, from left, school acting head Ann Firkin, Insp Stuart Quirk and youth worker Darren Atkinson Picture: PAUL HEAPS
The Fly Half & Firkin is 115 miles from the Blakesley pub in Yardley - or Yardley Village, as the locals call it - where the Army is based.
We'll be doing a lot of educating with servers and customers to explain how casks need to settle and be tapped with care, to offer help with beer engines and firkin barrels and reveal the joys of real ales," said Wild Goose president Jim Lutz.
The Firkin and Sainsbury's buns were too dry, although the fruit in the Sainsbury's one was nice" Kathleen Patricia Flint, 74
One man was injured as he was caught up in the trouble which erupted at the Factotum and Firkin in Bennetts Hill, off New Street.
Even devilish barmaid Susie Boffey from the Freelance and Firkin couldn't tempt either of the football Jims to take a tipple of the new ale.
IF you are a dieter, don't apply for a job at Firkin Bakery.
But tee-totaller Jim was also invited to try a drop of the city's new Discovery Ale at the Freelance and Firkin pub.
The former Fitchew & Firkin recently reopened under its original name of The Bull after a pounds 75,000 facelift.