It took a week to create and more than 1,000 bottles and the 16 feet high, shimmering glass tree at the Queen Victoria in Priddy, Somerset, looks smashing.
It was the brainchild of landlord Mark Walton who based it on wine tree he'd seen at a hotel he once stayed at.
And it was built by pub regular and local Bel Selway who used a metal frame as a base for the bottles.
Mr Walton was delighted with the result.
“We've had quite a reaction,” he said. “It's very unusual.
“Thanks to all those that helped in any way shape or form.
“Standing 16 feet high and built up of around 1000 bottles it's quite the spectacle.”
He added the bottles will be recycled when the tree is taken down and the frame will be used to grow vegetables.
“It's a green scheme,” he added.
Originally posted by gekpohboy:
Not because the pub no business, do this advertisement stunt?
No, not really an advertisment stunt, more like a christmas community spirit, something different from the conventional.
"The Fragile Christmas Tree" lol!