bottle store


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  • noun

Synonyms for bottle store

off-licence

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The ground floor accommodation includes an entrance foyer, main bar/servery, main function room with stage, meeting room, store room, beer cellar and bottle store.
This exceptional room is fitted with a range of bleached pine furniture and granite work surfaces, including an island unit with dishwasher and bottle store.
In 1972 he moved to Glenrothes to work in the premises used as a bottle store for United Glass.
The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units with imitation stone work surface, partly tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor an a bottle store.
This money, I was told, disappears into the bottle store at Tsumkwe within a matter of days.
The pub comprises a bar area, cellar, dining room, bottle store, lounge and games room.
The masked men threatened a member of staff with sawn-off shotguns and forced him to open the bottle store.
The Holly Bush Inn in Bromsgrove Road, Belbroughton, has applied to demolish its existing garage to replace it with a new one, as well as a bottle store and a flat for the pub's manager.
This substantial two-storey detached property has a bar area, cellar, dining room, bottle store, storage area, lounge and games room with pool table.
Few British pubs sell Belgian beers and probably the only shop in the Midlands stocking them is The Bottle Store, 66 London Road, Leicester.
There could be potential for further development, as the owner is currently applying for planning permission to change the good-sized bottle store into a letting cottage or extra residential accommodation for the property.
If you see your bottle store owner wearing the jersey you donated, you don't have to form a sub committee to explore the use of donated jerseys.