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[Drinking] Pub beer prices, what are you paying ?



Leekbrookgull

Well-known member
Jul 14, 2005
16,277
Leek
We are not short some a few decent pubs in Leek and even have a Spoons but its not for us. So The Hollybush at Denford by the canal. Standard bitter/IPA £4 Guinness £4.50 and 1664 at £5.
 








marcos3263

Well-known member
Oct 29, 2009
933
Fishersgate and Proud
Bottle of Newky Brown for a quid, drink it cold straight from the bottle.
or a bottle of Hooch - £1 but they are too lemony........

hang on - no sorry that was 32 years.

i used to go into town (walk to save money) buy a round for less than a fiver, go to a discotheque and still have money when I got home.

prices are mental these days
 


Jack Straw

I look nothing like him!
Jul 7, 2003
6,915
Brighton. NOT KEMPTOWN!
The Market Inn just off of East Street in Brighton, £ 5.40 for a pint of Harveys. Mind you, that was two days ago, so probably gone up since then!
 




beorhthelm

A. Virgo, Football Genius
Jul 21, 2003
35,407
fiver is new norm, bit less for local ales. even 'spoons dont give change from a tenner for 2 pints now (non-central London).
 




Cowfold Seagull

Fan of the 17 bus
Apr 22, 2009
21,747
Cowfold
We are not short some a few decent pubs in Leek and even have a Spoons but its not for us. So The Hollybush at Denford by the canal. Standard bitter/IPA £4 Guinness £4.50 and 1664 at £5.
Sounds very cheap compared to prices in Sussex, but not being a drinker these days what do l know? lol
 




SeagullinExile

Well-known member
Sep 10, 2010
5,750
London
All my pints are under a fiver bar two products. Best value in Fulham!
 




Falmer Flutter ©

Well-known member
Feb 18, 2004
926
Petts Wood
Local award-winning micropub has prices at £4 for bitters, session pales etc, and £5 for the more hoppy beers and generally anything above 5%. Did once see a cask Cloudwater on for £6, which caused ripples among the locals. Gets a cracking selection in.
 








Knightsworld

Well-known member
Aug 19, 2003
6,934
WSU, just below the seagull.
Popped into the Railway in Portslade last week, £ 6.10 for a Morretti. It's a bit cheaper in The Victoria.

Went to Spoons in North Street Saturday night, bottle of Morretti (660ml), pint of Doombar, pint of San Miguel all for £ 11.72. Yeah, they may not be the best of places but money talks these days!
 


















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