At Seattle Westland Distillery, Matt Hofmann references two sources of local influence the land and the people. “The meeting point of these two gives us not only an amazing whiskey, but also something entirely unique and absolutely authentic,” he says. “It not about trying to run a business to ride a trend, but to build something real from the Pacific Northwest for the long term.
We’ve done the 60’s coffee bars, so what pubs can you remember?I’m mainly thinking of the pubs that had groups on, we’d look down the “Star” each evening, and there would be columns of pubs with groups playing, I can remember the Sicey hotel Shiregreen, the Wharncliffe at Shiregreen,The Blue Bell at Hackenthorpe. The Fleur De Lees at Totley, there was one at Sheffield Lane Top, the Firvale,( this was quite respectable at the time) in fact just before Joe Cocker became famous outside Sheffield, I can remember sitting with him here, and he was really fed up,but just after he hit the big time and the rest is History. There was also the Arbourthorne, and the Woodseats club, are there anymore? I must be having a senior moment because I can’t remember anymore so please help me out.What a place ! Even by today’s standards ,it was very depraved.
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The Queen, accompanied by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh and other members of the Royal Family attended the annual Royal Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall. The anniversary of Armistice Day, November 11, 1918, is marked in Britain with a number of events and acts of remembrance to honour those who fell in the two World Wars and subsequent conflicts. The red poppy is worn to symbolise the poppies which grew on French and Belgian battlefields during World War I.