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Submitted on Monday, 25th June 2018
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The Standing Order (JD Wetherspoon) in Southampton

Two banks of six pumps, with not one locale to be seen unfortunately. So had to settle on Tyne Ales Hideaway which was cheap and cheerful. The interior was typical old style Spoons with lots of dark timbers and red painted walls. The only relief from the décor was some watercolour paintings of the local area, displayed around the front walls. The pub also goes back a very long way and has a patio area out the back.
Reviewed by Real Ale Ray

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[QUOTE=aleandhearty;100058]He definitely deserves an honorary doctorate from the University of Pubs Galore.[/QUOTE] But do the numbers stack up? That's an average of 891 pubs per year over a 58 year period and that includes 2 underage years and it says he didn't start in earnest until 1971. Assuming he got around an average of 150 pubs per year for the first 11 years that leaves 50.000 in just over 37 years, an average of over 1300 a year.
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