informal, chiefly British
A tour taking in several pubs or bars, with one or more drinks at each.
- So, a few of my mates and I pulled out a map and did a pub crawl, drinking beers all day.
- The black stuff is available in every bar, and any visitor needs to sample not only a pint, but a pub crawl's worth of alcohol to get a true taste of Belfast life.
- Elsewhere, Medieval Molly will show people around the ghastly ale houses of York on her Hallowe'en pub crawl.
verb[no object] (pub-crawl)
Go on a pub crawl.
- Simon sent customers fleeing in panic from the Whistlestop sandwich shop as he and 24 revellers passed through York Railway Station after several hours pub-crawling in the city centre, York magistrates heard.
- Police are calling time on pub-crawling youngsters out celebrating the results of their GCSEs or drowning their sorrows.
- In one interview, he recalled with fondness his pub-crawling days in London before he gave up the drink.
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