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Behind the Bar - Stories of SA Publicans

Australian Hotels Association (SA Branch) AHA|SA
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The old ways of running a pub are rapidly disappearing. In this series of podcasts, some of Australia’s most respected publicans recall “the way things used to be”. It’s unedited and often politically incorrect. Stories include a dynamic matriarch who ran illegal bookies and paid off the police, hotels doubling as prisons and morgues, the day beer ran out on Christmas Day, memories of the “six o’clock swill” and previously untold stories of political intrigue. Brought to you by the AHA|SA.

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Hall of Fame publican Karen Milesi tells the stories of four generations of female publicans, including her entrepreneurial great grandmother who ran an illegal SP bookmaking operation, paid off police and relied on local delinquents to keep the peac... more

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AHA|SA Life Member Guy Matthews takes us back to the days of timber kegs, steamship deliveries and hotels doubling as prisons and morgues.  He tells stories of beer rationing during WWII - and the contrast of having 60 pints of beer ready on a bar fo... more

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Long-serving state and national AHA President, Peter Hurley, has been one of the most influential hotel figures in the last 100 years. He has worked behind closed doors with Prime Ministers and Treasurers to solve seemingly intractable problems, and ... more

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