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The Art Of Coffee: The Gunton Arms

31 January 2012

Art Deco Gaggia “does the job perfectly” at Norfolk’s latest high profile eatery, which mixes great food with great art (and great coffee)  The Gunton Arms in North Norfolk is a paradox: on the one hand it’s very much a community pub where all are welcomed, whether for a drink or a meal.  On the other, following an extensive refurbishment, its walls are hung with fine art and the food it serves is gathering plaudits and pulling customers from far...

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Truly Sustainable Refrigeration: Ten Years And Still As Cool As Ever

6 December 2011

Michael Warde in Claremorris uses a True bottle cooler for its reliability and performance Michael Warde in Claremorris, County Mayo is a traditional Irish pub. The oldest pub in Claremorris, it was opened in 1937 by Michael Warde’s grandfather as a bar and hardware store. Now a thriving meeting place for local residents and visitors, it serves traditional stout, ale, spirits, wines, bottled beers and ciders.

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Feeling A Bit Flakey?

21 November 2011

Flake ice from Classeq’s Ice-O-Matic ICEF155 ice machine is great for drinks and displays The Ice-O-Matic ICEF155 self-contained flake ice machine from Classeq is suitable for sites that have mixed requirements – needing ice for display purposes, mixing into drinks and icing down bottled beverages. With an output of 70kg of flaked ice per 24 hours, it produces a consistent supply of high quality, soft, chewable flake ice.

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