From The Nag’s Head to The Leaky Cauldron – or maybe The Woolpack is more your scene?
Whilst those of us in Tier 3 still can’t go to the pub, research has revealed the on-screen boozers we’d most like to visit.
Liberty Games conducted a survey to discover the nation’s favourite fictional pub – and worked out how much a pint would cost you there.
Over 17% of people would join Del Boy and Rodney for a pint in The Nag’s Head from Only Fools and Horses, making it the post popular on-screen pub in the UK.
Emmerdale’s The Woolpack takes the second favourite spot, with 13.4% of those surveyed saying they’d drink there.
In third place was The Leaky Cauldron from the Harry Potter series, but be prepared to pay £5 for your pint, making it the most expensive fictional lager. A pint in The Nag’s Head will also cost a fiver, so you might want to ask for a Caribbean Stallion instead.
The Archer Hotel from Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps based in Runcorn, Cheshire, is the location to get the cheapest drink, with a pint costing just £3.20.
Here are the 12 on-screen pubs Brits would love to have a drink in, and how much it would cost:
The Nag’s Head from Only Fools and Horses £5
The Woolpack from Emmerdale £4
The Leaky Cauldron from Harry Potter £5
The Crab and Lobster from Doc Marten £4
The Aidensfield Arms from Hartbeat £4
The Drovers Arms from All Creatures Great and Small £4
The Railway Arms from Life on Mars £4
Archer Hotel from Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps £3.20
The Boatman from Four Weddings and a Funeral £4
The Slaughtered Lamb from An American Werewolf £4
The Beehive from The World’s End £3.50
The Green Man from The Wicker Man £3.50
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Stuart Kerr, Technical Director at Liberty Games, said: “Whilst we can’t make the most of pubs at the moment with the 10pm curfew, this lighthearted survey has revealed the nation’s favourite fictional pub with a difference.
“Being able to visit and have a pint at the pub you watch on-screen each week will bring some nostalgia and escapism to fans and I know we’re all looking forward to when we can visit these pubs in brighter times ahead.”
If you’d like to find out more about the fictional pubs you can visit, then take a further look at Liberty Games’ research findings here: https://www.libertygames.co.uk/blog/the-nations-favourite-on-screen-boozers/