Best places for a stag do in the UK
So why do we have them?
Well to 99% of men, that question is relatively straightforward to answer. But for the remainder who might need enlightening, it’s to give the groom (or in this case, stag) one final night (or in many cases, a lot of nights!) of so-called ‘freedom’ before his nuptials.
You wouldn’t go as far as to say men get married just to have a stag do, although I am sure history would reveal plenty of examples (if the groom was honest enough to admit it).
These days, a ‘weekend away with the lads’ seems to be the option most tend to go with. And this is where The Bierkeller comes in; a perfect main course to accompany any starter and dessert.
Book a group party in to one of four lively venues, and make your plans around that.
PLANNING THE NIGHT OF FREEDOM
Right, so you have chosen your destination and booked up. Time for the fun and frolics to begin. It’s fair to say the majority of stag parties are centred on alcohol, and most the momentous occurrences are generally beer-fuelled escapades.
A good film to get a bunch of lads in the mood for a stag party is The Hangover – although that probably takes proceedings to the extreme. Most are a little less dramatic than that, but it offers some interesting wild ideas.