Cub

Cub may refer to:

  • Cub, a member of Cub Scouts
  • Cub player, a member of certain sports teams, e.g. the Chicago Cubs baseball club
  • A novice or learner, particularly in newspaper reporting
  • Cub (band), an indie rock band from Vancouver, British Columbia, which formed in 1992 and disbanded in 1997
  • Cub (Happy Tree Friends), a character in Happy Tree Friends
  • Cub Foods, a division of the U.S. Supervalu company
  • Piper Cub, a line of light aircraft built from the 1930s to the 1980s
  • "Cub": NATO reporting name for the Antonov An-12 Russian Turboprop transport
  • Honda Super Cub, a range of small motorcycles produced by Honda
  • "Cashed Up Bogan", a slang term used in Australia and New Zealand
  • Kapcai, a class of mini motorcycles of Malaysia and Southeast Asia - Malaysian Cub Prix
  • LDV Cub, a rebadged version of the Nissan Vanette van sold by LDV Limited
  • Cub Records, a record label
  • Farmall Cub, a model in the Farmall tractor model line
  • Cub Buck (1892–1966), professional American football player
  • Carlton & United Breweries, an Australian Alcohol Manufacturer

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List Of Hop Varieties - Australian / New Zealand - Pride of Ringwood
... The hop was created in 1953 at CUB's research facility in the Melbourne suburb of Ringwood, using open pollination of Pride of Kent females ... Reliable information about its history has not been released by CUB ... CUB's flagship beer VB changed from a red ale to a lager in the mid 1950s, and PoR is likely to have been the hop used for production ...