After months of lockdown it has finally arrived…the pubs and bars are re-opening! For many people the pub provides a place to escape with friends and family, let their hair down and have some chilled out fun. Pubs and bars give people a safe space to congregate and make long-lasting, happy memories; that’s why the opening of them has been long awaited.
Whilst keeping to the social distancing rules set in place for our safety, it means we can begin to meet up with loved ones who we have really missed over the last few months. The pub gives us a special place to meet up and enjoy our favourite drinks, which some of us will have missed nearly as much too! With Yeti & The Fox have a great night and ensure that the next morning you will be feeling motivated and revitalised to take on the day. Yeti & The Fox supports wellness after drinking alcohol.
Obviously, selected pubs and bars will be allowed to open from the 4th July only if they are able to follow the strict guidelines on social distancing. Your experience may be a little different down the pub, but it’s to make sure we are all safe. The likes of table service opposed to ordering at the bar will be implemented where possible, contactless payments opposed to cash in hand, additional hand sanitiser on entering the venue and clearly set out guidance on social distancing in view for all to be reminded of.
So, what can you expect from the ‘new normal’ pub experience?
1. Signing in
Many publicans have said they will be operating a pre-booking system to control customer numbers, there will also be supermarket-style queues at the door as people wait to be seated. As well as controlling numbers the government has asked pubs and restaurants to assist in their track and trace service by keeping a temporary record of their customers and visitors for 21 days, in a way that is manageable for their business. This could help contain clusters or outbreaks.
2. Ordering a pint
Customers will be encouraged to order and pay for their drinks by phone apps where possible. Perspex screens will be found at bars, alongside hand sanitisers and floor stickers to ensure people are keeping their distance.
3. Eating in
Tables will be spaced at least one metre apart. Customers will be served individually wrapped condiments and sauces rather than sharing bottles. Some pubs may even be using one issue menus which customers can take away or dispose of themselves.
4. Using the toilet
Cleaners will be on hand in pub toilets, refreshing the facility every 15 minutes.
5. New normal for bar tenders
Staff will undergo temperature checks and fill in health questionnaires before each shift. They will also where masks, gloves and eye protection. When serving drinks, they will only touch the bottom of the glass to avoid transmission via the surface.
The government has not yet said whether there will be a limit on the number of drinks one person can buy.
With Yeti & The Fox’s incredible capsules, which replenish the vital elements needed by your body to break down alcohol, you can enjoy your first experience back at the pub, guilt free and feeling great the next day. There is no need to worry about feeling the grotty effects the next day because Yeti & The Fox simply provides you with a refreshed morning full of motivation and enthusiasm for the day ahead. Your badass night back at the pub will end with a kickass morning the next day, feeling ready to go and do something fun.