Archive for November, 2016

When you aren’t drinking out at the pub then thoughts of licensed drinking can drift into your mind easily, prompted by news of a pub opening or changing, talking to friends on their related experiences or simply that craving that you can’t satisfy at this very point.  Of course, we think about eating and drinking […]

Pubpaper 882 – Other Peoples Drinking

Posted: 22nd November 2016 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

It had to happen at some point in time and last week was the first time I missed writing a Pubpaper in over 6 years.  Yet another weekend hospital visit,,the third in a month, finally stopped me in my tracks.  But I’m back (from a writing point of view and frankly missing the pub like […]

I have never missed writing an article for this column in 6 years and this week was the closest I’ve come to it so far. I’ve contracted a pretty serious chest infection and spent 4 days at the Hotel Calderdale Royal Hospital being pumped full of their finest Chateau de Antibiotic. Not much scope for […]

Pubpaper 879 – Back to home pastures

Posted: 1st November 2016 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

Unfortunately I have to start this week’s column with some bad news, no doubt carried by the editor already.  The Works in Sowerby Bridge closed its doors in the past couple of weeks for what could be the last time.    The venue was obviously shut at short notice as seasonal function bookings were left in […]