HEADING to the pub for a pint is part of British culture, with nearly 40,000 venues across the UK.
If you fancy a beer without the crowds, thankfully there are some huge pubs in the country where you can still get some personal space.
We’ve rounded up some of the largest drinking establishments across the country, from converted cinemas to the longest bar in England.
The Regal, cambridge
The Regal, a Wetherspoons pub, was originally built in 1937 as the Regal cinema.
It was then the most up-to-date cinema in Cambridge and called a ‘palace’ by cinema-goers of the 1930s.
Today you can stop by for a pint and a pizza while watching something on the big screens.
The Royal Victoria Pavilion, Ramsgate
A Grade II listed building, The Royal Victoria Pavilion was left empty for years after it was abandoned and discovered to have asbestos.
The interior is said to be derived from the Little Theatre at Versailles, although has been a nightclub, a casino, and then a Wetherspoons desde 2017.
The World’s End, Camden
The World’s End is popular with locals, and has enough space for punters thanks to the two bars and mezzanine balcony.
Many upcoming bands are often caught at the pub, as they attempt to get famous, with open mic nights too.
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Bowland Brewery, Clitheroe
Ale fans should head to Bowland Brewery as the tasting parlour has as many as 42 hand pulls and 24 cask beers.
It also has one of the longest bars in the UK, measuring over 105ft, so you won’t struggle to get served.
Moon Under Water, Manchester
The name ‘Moon Under Water’ for pubs comes from writer George Orwell, who once described his ideal pub with that name.
Esto version in Manchester was previously a cinema, opening in 1914, but is now one of the largest pubs in the UK.
The newest pub on the list, Brewdog opened in Waterloo earlier this year at the new The Sidings venue.
It is a whopping 27,500sqft so you won’t struggle for space and is their new flagship pub – and there is even a slide if you want to rush to the bar from the second floor.