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Beer promotions, beer tastings, whisky tastings, live bands, pub parties, cultural events & more await you!

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Sun 23 Jun

Summer Pub Quiz

With Boddies Andi

from 18:00

Sun 18 Aug

47th Birthday - Mr. Pickwick Basel!

Celebrate 47 years of Mr. Pickwick Basel! 

Sports & Events

We take pride in providing our guests with pub-style cultural events! Enjoy the experience!
Celebrate Robert Burns the Scottish way with live music, haggis, poetry & malt whisky!

Robert Burns

Celebrate St. Patrick the Irish way with Guinness & more!

St. Patrick’s

Celebrate St. George the English way with craft beer tasting and a live English band!

St. George’s

Join our Beer & Song II with "Anglo" craft beer tasting & a live band!

Beer and song 2

Celebrate Halloween the Celtic way!


Celebrate St. Andrew the Scottish way with whisky & song!

St. Andrew’s

Celebrate Christmas the festive way!


World Cup, Euros, Champions League, Europa League & more!


World Cup, 6 Nations, the Rugby Championship & more!


8 Tips for body language


Eye contact

Eye contact is the first thing that people look for when they meet. Good eye contact will give them a feeling of comfort and genuine warmth in your company and shows interest in what people have to say. They each give valuable clues to others, as to whether the words we say are consistent with what we are really feeling. The effective use of body language plays a key role for successful small talk.



Getting your posture right will make you feel more confident.


Head position

When you want to feel confident and self-assured, keep your head level both horizontally and vertically. In the listening mode, tilt your head just a little to one side or the other.



Your arms give clues to how open and receptive you are to everyone you meet and interact with. Keep your arms out to the side of your body or behind your back. This shows you are not scared to take on whatever comes your way.


Hand gestures

Our hand gestures are numerous. Palms slightly up and outward is seen as open and friendly.


Distance from others

The distance we place between ourselves and others is crucial if we want to give off the right signals. Stand too close and you will be marked as “pushy” or “in your face”. Stand too far away and you will be “keeping your distance” or “stand-offish”. Observe and find the right balance!



Yes! Your ears play a vital role in the communication with others, even though in general terms most people can’t move them much, if at all. If you listen twice as much as you talk, you come across as a good communicator.


Mouth movements

Our mouth movements can give away all sorts of clues about us. We purse our lips and sometimes twist them to the side when we are thinking.

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