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Any idea bout the difference between Beer Parlour and Pub? One can have Beer from both places, I didn't find any difference between these two.

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Beer parlour is a hall or portion of a hotel or restaurant where (only) beer is served. The term Pub is a short form of word 'public house'  famous in the countryside areas and villages in English countries, where you get a variety of drinks including particular brand beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks. To know more about a pub - visit this wiki link  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pub

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answered by LEGEND (6,176 points) 5 9 21
I am not sure quite sure but I think beer palour is a place in the counter where alcoholic drinks are served whereas a pub is a public building whereby drinks are bought and drank within the premises whereas in a beer palour one can decide to have the drink there and have it as a take away.I think beer palour is more like bar if  am not wrong.

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