A POPULAR Rangers pub in Glasgow has launched under a new name to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. 

The Bristol Bar, on Duke Street, took to social media to inform its customers of the news last night.

Bosses said they had "no option" but to take a break for a while, and added: "The Bristol bar will be closing its doors tonight until further notice.

"A further update will be made tomorrow. Apologies about this and thanks so much again for all your support!" 

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But in an update this morning, the bar announced the break will be for four days only, whilst the pub runs as "The Queen Elizabeth Arms", in honour of Queen Elizabeth II.

The full post read: "IT’S TIME TO CELEBRATE.

"So sorry if we have given everyone a scare, hope you can forgive us.

"Unfortunately, the Bristol bar is taking a little break but it’s only for four days. We have sorted out a fantastic replacement for our Queen's Jubilee celebrations.

"Please welcome The Queen Elizabeth Arms to our community!!!.

"Bristol bar will be back on Monday folks, enjoy your Jubilee celebrations everyone, we’re having a four-day party at our place, come on over. God save our gracious Queen.

"Once again thanks to each and everyone one of our loyal customers for your ongoing support, second to none, love you all xx" 

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The pub has been covered in union jacks, photos of the Queen and red, white and blue balloons. 

More than 561 people reacted to the original Facebook post announcing the "temporary closure" with more than 140 people commenting.

One person said: "All the best to The Bristol family and staff. Hopefully, this is temporary. Best Rangers pub in the world." 

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Another added: "God hope everything is okay. The best pub in Glasgow, hope to see you open soon." 

Someone else wrote: "Gutting news this. Hope you are open again as soon as possible. Team Bristol!"