2 edition of Off-licences found in the catalog.
Previous ed., 1986.
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(Ireland, Britain) A shop selling alcohol for consumption only off the premises. , Thomas Hardy, Tess of the d'Urbervilles, volume 1, London: James R. Osgood, McIlvaine and Co., page Rolliver's inn, the single alehouse at this end of the long and broken village, could only boast of an off-license; hence, as nobody could legally drink on the. Re: off licences «Reply #11 on: , AM» If I get stopped by the police wanting to know why I am out and about I can say I am going to the offy for some beer.
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Main article: Off licence Off-licence (sometimes known as off-sales or informally offie) is a term used in the United Kingdom and Ireland for a shop licensed to sell alcoholic beverages for consumption off the premises, as opposed to a bar or public house which is licensed for consumption at the point of sale (on-licence). off-licence definition: The definition of an off licence is a British store that sells alcohol by the bottle to be drank outside of the shop. (noun) An example of an off licence is a liquor store.
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The concept was created in by William Gladstone, when he was chancellor of the exchequer. 'Off-licences' tended to be granted to grocers expanding into the sale of alcohol, and the sector was given an early fillip by a big reduction in the duty on French wine following the signing of a commercial treaty with Paris in Author: Dominic Midgley.
Off-licences and brewery shops were added to the list of vital retailers allowed to remain open during the coronavirus crisis today. holding a book. A liquor store is a retail shop that predominantly sells prepackaged alcoholic beverages — typically in bottles — intended to be consumed off the store's premises.
Depending on region and local idiom, they may also be called bottle store, off licence, bottle shop (in United Kingdom, Ireland, and New Zealand), package store (in much of the United States), party store (in.
Off licences are acting as a “vital cog” in the community during the coronavirus outbreak, and should avoid being portrayed as seeking to “profit” from the public health crisis, the. off-licence (ôf′lī′səns, ŏf′-) n. Chiefly British A store that sells bottles or cans of alcoholic beverages for consumption off the premises.
off-licence n 1. a shop, or a counter in a pub or hotel, where alcoholic drinks are sold for consumption elsewhere. US equivalents: package store or liquor store 2. a licence permitting such sales off.
National guidance on alcohol promotions Off-licensed premises The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act creates offences and penalties for certain ‘irresponsible’ alcohol promotions or activities.
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Off-licences have been added to the Government’s list of businesses essential to keep the country running during the coronavirus crisis. With pubs and bars ordered to close to stem the spread of. Off-licence definition: An off-licence is a shop which sells beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks.
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Pubs and bars have been ordered to close as measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus kick in. Off-licences is among the latest to be included after pubs, restaurants, bars and clubs were forced to shut. This refers to licensed shops selling alcohol, including those in.
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"Off-licences and licensed shops selling alcohol, including those within breweries" 0. Between andthe number of UK off-licences fell by 20 per cent from 5, to 4, First Quench finally flung its sodden bar-towel over the pumps in Within a month, 6, staff.
Off-licences will join a list of businesses considered essential to keep the nation running, including supermarkets, pharmacies, banks .The inclusion of off-licences on the essential businesses list is likely to come as a blow to JD Wetherspoon (JDW.L) boss Tim Martin.
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