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
Work involves stripping the seal dams/plugs, patching the deck, milling, installing a waterproof membrane, a new wearing surface, painting the beam ends, new parapets, drip bars, sealing the center joint, and substructure spall repair.
There were incorrect sashes, handles wrongly aligned, wind and rain entering through faulty hinges, leaks, and an absence of drip bars.