This pub shed is based in the United States Of America. We have a chat with it’s owner and ask how he came about creating such a brilliant pub shed.
Pub Shed Name
The Regal Seagull
Long Island, New York
Pub Shed: How did you come up with the name of your pub shed?
The Regal Seagull: Just something different i thought of.
PS: How long have you had your pub shed for?
TRS: I’ve had it since 2012
PS: How much money have you spent on it?
TRS: I’ve spent over $40,000
PS: What was the cheapest item you have purchased?
TRS: The cheapest item was probably the plastic shot glasses
PS: What was the most expensive item?
TRS: The most expensive items were the authentic casino slot machines
PS: What was the best bargain?
TRS: A brass bell from a garage sale for $5
PS: What’s the size of your pub shed?
PS: Did you build it yourself or get someone else to build it, like a professional?
TRS: It was professionally built on site.
PS: If you got someone else to build it, did it cost you any money, if so how much?
TRS: It cost about $7000 to have the basic structure built.
PS: Have you got electricity in your pub shed?
PS: How have you got it set up?
TRS: It was professionaly wired up by an electrican. It has its own circuit breaker box and wired to handle 300 amps.
PS: How did you learn about creating a pub shed?
TRS: I’ve always wanted a pub shed in my backyard.
PS: Where did you get your information?
TRS: I tried to incorporate a lot of the best ideas that are found in professional pubs.
PS: What was the hardest part of creating your pub shed?
TRS: Clearing out dead shrubs and cutting down an old tree to make room for the new pub shed.
PS: What was the easiest part of creating your pub shed?
TRS: Paying people to build it for me lol
PS: What problems did you run into when creating your pub shed?
TRS: For the most part, everything went smooth for me.
PS: Is there anything that you know now, that you wished you knew when you started?
TRS: That this is quite an expensive hobby if you decide to go all in.
PS: What have you enjoyed the most?
TRS: Lot of after hour parties.
PS: What advice would you give other pub shedders?
TRS: To take your time and plan everything out in advance. Also go bigger then you need if possible. Once you start filling up the pub shed, space runs out quickly.