28 Year Pub Crawl

Meet the men so dedicated to their beer, they have been to a different pub every Saturday for the last TWENTY EIGHT years. In fact, they have officially been to 16,337 pubs, hotels and wine bars spanning right across the UK, making them the world’s LONGEST pub crawlers. The self-titled Black Country Ale Tairsters (BATs), originally set out as a team of twenty ale enthusiasts in 1984, but have since slimmed down to just six.

Meet the men so dedicated to their beer, they have been to a different pub every Saturday for the last TWENTY EIGHT years. In fact, they have officially been to 16,337 pubs, hotels and wine bars spanning right across the UK, making them the world's LONGEST pub crawlers. The self-titled Black Country Ale Tairsters (BATs), originally set out as a team of twenty ale enthusiasts in 1984, but have since slimmed down to just six.

Meet the men so dedicated to their beer, they have been to a different pub every Saturday for the last TWENTY EIGHT years. In fact, they have officially been to 16,337 pubs, hotels and wine bars spanning right across the UK, making them the world's LONGEST pub crawlers. The self-titled Black Country Ale Tairsters (BATs), originally set out as a team of twenty ale enthusiasts in 1984, but have since slimmed down to just six.

Meet the men so dedicated to their beer, they have been to a different pub every Saturday for the last TWENTY EIGHT years. In fact, they have officially been to 16,337 pubs, hotels and wine bars spanning right across the UK, making them the world's LONGEST pub crawlers. The self-titled Black Country Ale Tairsters (BATs), originally set out as a team of twenty ale enthusiasts in 1984, but have since slimmed down to just six.

Meet the men so dedicated to their beer, they have been to a different pub every Saturday for the last TWENTY EIGHT years. In fact, they have officially been to 16,337 pubs, hotels and wine bars spanning right across the UK, making them the world's LONGEST pub crawlers. The self-titled Black Country Ale Tairsters (BATs), originally set out as a team of twenty ale enthusiasts in 1984, but have since slimmed down to just six.