drip bar

water bar, weather bar

A wood or metal strip which is fixed to the sill of an external door or a window to resist the penetration of water.
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Travel Man: 48 Hours In Hamburg, C4 Richard and Bob join a Beatles tour around the red-light district before sampling hipster cocktails at the Drip Bar, while also finding time to take in cruising, art deco, E numbers, emulsifiers, thickeners, and a beach bar overlooking the shipyards.
It also offers a range of milk based drinks, espresso and its new drip bar. One reviewer said: "Once found and entered, this cosy cafe is really nice.
You can choose from a wide range of Espresso based drinks (such as the Aussie famous Flat White) or enjoy a filter coffee from their unique GC Drip Bar.
There are two coffee bars in the coffeehouse - an espresso bar and a drip bar. The drip bar is a similar brewing concept to filter and cafetiere, but results in a fresher taste.
The drip bar at Green Cauldron has a special touch.
COFFEE WITH A DIFFERENCE: The Green Cauldron Coffee House, on Castle Street BOUTIQUE CHIC: The drip bar at the Green Cauldron coffee house
There were incorrect sashes, handles wrongly aligned, wind and rain entering through faulty hinges, leaks, and an absence of drip bars.