Liam and Noel Gallagher have ended their feud, the U.K.'s Daily Star newspaper reports, and while there's no word yet of an Oasis reunion, the famously combative siblings evidently plan to open an indie rock-themed bar with their mother.

According to the Star, the Gallaghers met up recently at a family wedding in Ireland and spoke at length for what may have been the first time since the 2009 backstage blowout that led Oasis to break up. Liam had been chatting with his mum about opening a bar, and the two have apparently included Noel in their business venture.

"The brothers are consulting their famous friends such as Russell Brand and Holly Willoughby for advice on the venue," a source tells the paper, according to Contact Music. "They reckon a hot new bar could bring them together again."

Booze does bring people together -- except for, you know, when it doesn't. Should the Gallaghers go through with the idea, they'll reportedly serve up artisan grub and name the place for one of their greatest songs. No, not 'Alcohol and Cigarettes,' but rather 'Champagne Supernova.'