Pubs pulling up to 170 pints per minute on bumper reopening day

Pubs pulling up to 170 pints per minute on bumper reopening day

Monday saw drinkers allowed inside pubs for the first time this year, with data showing in some parts of the region they were spending 96 per cent more than the average Monday. The figures were backed up by Karl Gardner, who runs the Waterfall Pub, in Cradley Heath, who said they were "very busy" on Monday – with the pub expecting to be even busier over the weekend.

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