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  • Premier Icon ir_bandito
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    ’bout £3 in the nicer pubs round here.

    Premier Icon piedi di formaggio
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    Very much depends on the ale, but anywhere from around £3 – £4:50 ish

    Premier Icon binners
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    I was charged £9.60 for 2 pints of Peroni in Manchester last month. By a man who I suspected to be a member of Mumford and Sons. This hasn’t helped my loathing of Mumford and Sons

    Nearer to home, its considerably less

    wors
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    £2.10 for the finest ale known to man 😉

    john_drummer
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    You pay for beer?

    Premier Icon unklehomered
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    In the local 3.30, which I consider pricey.

    whatnobeer
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    I was charged £9.60 for 2 pints of Peroni in Manchester last month. By a man who I suspected to be a member of Mumford and Sons. This hasn’t helped my loathing of Mumford and Sons

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    Peroni is always a silly prices by the pint in bars. Its £5 a go around here (St Andrews).

    Ale is between £2.80 and £3.80 depending on the pub and the ale in question.

    ussually upwards of £2.50 though some locals a bit cheaper, odd pubs take the piss and charge £3 so we don’t go there often.

    Premier Icon Harry_the_Spider
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    £3.00 ish for a post ride pint on a Monday night, but the first one does’t usually touch the sides.

    Premier Icon Coyote
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    Do not like paying more than £3.

    Premier Icon rockhopperbike
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    £2.60 – 2.90 depending on tipple

    brakes
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    £3.50-£3.90 in N. London.

    Paid £3.75 for a pint of Peroni last night in Ringley.

    Didn’t last long as I’d just done 20 miles on the bike.

    It was bloody lovely though.

    £3 for ale across the board in the Hunters’ Lodge (Mendip) ATM, but elsewhere ~3.20. £4.0+ in Bristol

    bikebouy
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    The real ale pubs I frequent charge £3.00-£3.50 ish on the Hampshire Hills, that London and its about £3.50-£4.00 so not a massive difference.

    oddjob
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    About £6 here in Copenhagen

    bob_summers
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    €6.80 per pint of something like Punk ipa which as near as we get to real beer in San Sebastian. €6.00 for Bombardier when I’m in Bordeaux. No real ale at all, apart from the odd bottle conditioned one.

    huws
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    £9.30 for a Guinness and a Mean Time pale ale in London’s leafy SW London last saturday. I’m used to London prices and rarely even notice but that seemed a little excessive.

    nbt
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    £2.55 for mild (my usual tipple) and £2.65 for bitter in my local (Robinson’s) Pub. The new Iron Maiden “Trooper” ale was a frankly horrific £3.25 a pint, but it was very nice so I did have plenty.

    allthepies
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    Approx £2.50, 10p or so more for the stronger stuff 🙂

    90p a litre – Philippines 🙂

    patriotpro
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    Never thought i’d say this but £3.75 for a pint of imported lager (Peroni) is not three bad as opposed to the same for a pint of Stella which is brewed ‘under license’ (and weaker) and tastes like it’s gonna give you hangover half way down.

    Bimbler
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    Walked the dog last night together with eldest daughter, a pleasant evening so we stopped at a pub, a beer for me, lemonade for her and crisps to share. Very nice indeed however the pint cost me £4.10!

    So – how much, what, where –

    £4.10

    Summer Lightning – Hopback Brewery – lovely drop mind

    Hertford, Hertfordshire

    nockmeister
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    £2.60 for Robbies Bitter

    Trooper” ale was a frankly horrific £3.25

    Is daylight robbery…£2.80 in my local.

    I want to know where allthepies drinks!!

    CountZero
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    £3.40 for Bath Ales Gem in my local.

    tutgareth
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    Anywhere between £3.80 and £4.80 for a strictly average tasting pint but then i do live in surrey now… 😐

    Premier Icon cp
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    £2-£2.80ish

    Sheffield

    mrmoofo
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    3.30 – 3.50 per pint.

    The Republic of Brightonia

    Around €1.40 for 20omls of Koelsche in Koeln
    so around €4.20 a pint …

    allthepies
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    nockmeister wrote:

    I want to know where allthepies drinks!!

    Private members club innit 😛

    The annual beer festival is a thing of beauty.

    lasty
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    Ale is £4+ a pop but I find most of it pretty undrinkable down here in Teddinton. Being from the frozen north I like a good pint but im unable to quench my thirst with a goodly ale around these parts, reluctantly resorted to lager at around a fiver .

    Sorry – but nothing comes close to a decent NORTHERN pint ..

    hora
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    Last night, in surburban Manchester I paid £4.10 for a pint of Eckinsomething on draught.

    That was my last pint at that place (Marble). Pity but the stale farts and overpriced lagers and their own stuff thats been steadily going downhill have switched me off.

    Theres another place called Horse and jockey- its full of credit-card living wannabe Didsbury-types and that place is ridiculously priced.

    As a rule if a pint of ale is over £3.50 I wont return there again.

    danielgroves
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    About £3.20-£4.50 depending on what pub and what ale.

    (Plymouth)

    cbmotorsport
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    A pint of doombar is about £3.70 in my local, in Hertfordshire.

    dekadanse
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    About £3.60 for a pint of Adnams Broadside (which is without fear of contradiction the very best ale in the land) here in Suffolk, the home of Adnams – or about £3.20 Adnams Bitter, Greene King IPA or most other basic bitters……….far too much, and I notice the difference when I’m in the North West for work. A cracking pint in Bolton costs £2.50 or so, and there are some for under £2. Perhaps this begins to make up for the pay imbalance bias towards the South East……..?

    sharkattack
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    I’m reading this in Chamonix and I am sickeningly jealous of everyone who can buy an actual pint for less than about 7 quid.

    mogrim
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    No ale down my way, it’s all lager 🙁

    My local’s about about 2€/pint, were pints available. Nice and sunny and right next to the swimming pool, too. So it’s not all bad.

    Edric 64
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    £3 to £3.50 for real ale in the Bath / Mendip area

    jackthedog
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    £2.00 to £3.00. Anything over £3.00 and I start moaning.*

    *I’m from Yorkshire.

    bigyinn
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    Im thirsty now!

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