Different but alike: How Americans and Brits enjoy our Pub Style Pretzels
When we went to the UK seeking the pub approval of our new Pub Style Pretzels, we were pretty sure we’d get that approval from pub-savvy Brits (and we did). We were also pretty sure we’d learn some new words and phrases (which we did).
But for all of the differences in how Americans and our friends across the Atlantic in Britain talk, we’ve actually got a lot in common. For instance, we both really like pretzels. Oh sure, there are some subtle differences, like these examples of how an American might enjoy our Pub Style Pretzels versus how a Brit might enjoy them.
IN BRITAIN: While watching a football match on the telly with your mates.
IN AMERICA: While watching a soccer game on TV with your friends.
IN BRITAIN: While drinking a cellar-temperature beer in a pub.
IN AMERICA: While drinking a cold beer in a bar.
IN BRITAIN: While riding in a lift.
IN AMERICA: While riding in an elevator.
IN BRITAIN: Pub approved.
IN AMERICA: Pub approved.