Enjoy an Aperol-iday at The Oast House
April 21st, 2021
Fancy a flight this Bank Holiday? The Club House’s pub garden airline trolley drinks service ready for take-off!
- Attention all pub-goers, this is your pub speaking, The Oast House’s drink trolley service will begin shortly.
- The Oast House have launched an airline drinks service to give visitors a taste of the first drink of the holiday.
- Customers will be served row by row, airline-style, throughout the day ensuring guests remain distanced.
For many guests, the chances of taking a flight this summer are still up in the air. However, that in-flight feeling might be available a little closer to ground level in Liverpool, thanks to The Oast House’s brand-new airline trolley drink service.
Hoping to give visitor’s staycations a more authentic feel, the airline trolleys, designed to recreate the buzz of being served the first ‘holiday’ drink on an airplane – will travel around the pub's outdoor tables serving guests throughout the day to ensuring all the customers – both walk-in and booked –have a drink in hand.
Like any decent trolley service, guests can choose from a selection of packaged beers, spirits and, of course, the iconic European spritz, Aperol – which giving guests the chance of an "Aperol-iday" without leaving the pub!
The trollies also serve a practical use, making use of the socially distanced aisles created between tables and ensure guests can keep their imaginary seatbelts fastened and remain in their seats.
Matt Lewty, The Oast House, said “We know that guests miss both orderings from the bar and are craving to be back on an aeroplane. We've had many guests book their table place of foreign hen-dos or group trips abroad, so this will go some way to giving those missed holiday memories a 2nd chance. As a pub, we believe in providing a magic experience to guests all year round, the trolley’s were born out of trying to keep the experience of being at the bar, but being mindful of respecting the government’s covid-guidelines.”
The Oast House has had strong bookings, the pub is keen to remind guests it had a large walk-in capacity every single day. The pub’s in-venue service will take off from Saturday 16th April. Whilst the trolley doesn’t offer a choice of chicken or fish, the pub will be offering it's signature hanging kebabs and pub grub via its s order-to-table app.