|NOUN1 || an ale-house | ale-houses |
|NOUN2 || an ale house | ale houses |
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- Most scenes take place in the Heffernans' home, but other common locations include Doug and Carrie's workplaces, the restaurant "Cooper's Ale House", and the residences of friends and family.
- The brewery also gave rise to a chain of "Speight's Ale House" gastropubs across the country.
- In 1820, he opened an ale-house which was called the "Toddy Hole" by arrangement with John Miller of Millquoy.
- The increasing size of the settlement led to a licensed ale house, named the Rose and Crown, and a village shop by the early 1840s.
- On 26 March 2007, Two Brothers Brewing celebrated its 10th anniversary at Charlie's Ale House in Wheaton, Illinois with the tapping of "Project Opus 10", a lambic-style sour ale.
- The great exception to this was the informal gathering called the Yorkshire Luncheon Club, which met regularly at Whitelock's Ale House in Leeds, and invited some of the leading cultural figures of the 1930s, 40s and 50s to Leeds to speak.
- Other tenants on site include Carolina Ale House and Discount Tire Company.
- The historic Olney Ale House continues to operate on the east edge of town.
- Adjacent to the hall is the "Buckinghamshire Arms" public house. The present building and barn were built in 1700, although an ale house was recorded in the early 17th century.
- Center City Philadelphia has a vast number of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. McGillin's Olde Ale House, at 1310 Drury Street, is one of the nation's oldest pubs (founded in 1860).
- McSorley's Old Ale House, generally known as McSorley's, is the oldest Irish saloon in New York City.
- Ides High Gravity Malt Liquor, and retail versions of beers from McSorley's Old Ale House and Southampton Publick House (of Southampton, New York).
- Towards the end of his life, in 1633, Drebbel was involved in a plan to drain the Fens around Cambridge, while living in near-poverty running an ale house in England. He died in London.
- The single manor was recorded as Aldeberie in the 1086 Domesday Book, and the public house "The Valiant Trooper" has served as an ale house for centuries, the first traceable evidence dated to 1752.
- Cawte quotes further accounts describing complaints to the local magistrates about disruptive morris dancers in Longdon, Worcestershire, disrupting the Sabbath day from 1614 to 1617 and another account of dancers in Much Wenlock in 1652, causing a disturbance in an ale house at Nordley.
- There are four others nearby: the Angerstein Hotel and The River Ale House on Woolwich Road to the north, the Vanbrugh Tavern (closed as of July 2022) on Colomb Street to the west, and the British Oak on Old Dover Road to the southeast.
- The thatched 17th Century Red Cow ale house closed as a public house in 1989; it is now a private residence.
- São Paulo, Seoul and Shanghai; a pub in Monterrey, Mexico; Philadelphia and a vintage ale house in Balham, London.
- The Square & Compass public house on Station Road is home to an annual music festival, the Ale House Rocks Music Festival.
- American TV Series "Jack Reacher" (Season 1) was shot around Downtown Port Perry in 2020–2021. The town's "Piano Inn & Cafe" was changed into a "JJ's Ale House" for the shoot.
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