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  • jekkyl
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    Again in english please.

    atlaz
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    from 4e to 5.5e

    Pretty standard pricing in the city centre though; all 5.5 euros

    maddyutah
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    Back on cheap pints so that’s the best Anglo Saxon speak I can do

    bazookajoe
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    Now if you’d gone to the Cramond Inn you could have had a pint of dark mild for £1.50 and their other beers for not much more

    reggiegasket
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    Make mine a pint of noggie.

    Premier Icon stevied
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    Again in english please

    in Edinburgh

    There’s ya problem jekkyl 😉

    About £3 for a fine mix of real ales in The Nag’s Head

    Premier Icon ton
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    between £2.60 and £3.40 in the spots I frequent in leeds
    one place has sam smiths mild on at £1.60 it is ok as a last resort.

    Premier Icon binners
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    In my experience All Bar Ones seem to be populated by complete and utter strokers. You can hardly blame the management for picking up on this,and fleecing them accordingly. A sort of bell end tax, if you like.

    Cheap as chips for a pint, comparatively, in our neck of the woods. But Manchester City Cenrtre prices are now completely bonkers. A tenner for 2 pints of Perroni is pretty standard now apparently. And last week a new record: 2 pints of Poncey Asahi (its all they had) and 2 glasses of (house) wine. No change out of 30 quid!!! 😯

    climbingkev
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    All real ales (normally a choice of 6) at £2.50. Occasionally there’s some extravagant one’s on for not much more. Guess where all my dog walks finish? 😀

    LoCo
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    In my experience All Bar Ones seem to be populated by complete and utter strokers.

    😆

    £3.05 for a pint of Rev James in the local 😀

    Premier Icon surroundedbyhills
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    @ bazookajoe Ahh the Crammond Inn – Good cheep beer, nice location, decent pub. It’s bordering on perfect!

    Edit – Whiski bar/rooms on The Mound has Innis & Gunn for £7.80 per pint – yes SEVEN! I told the onwner he shoudl just have charged £8.

    neilnevill
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    I’ll pay £3.50 or more for something from Fullets … It’s gorgeous and is a local London brewery. I do pity those drinking the ‘premium largers’ Stella etc. They pay more for that.

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    I’ll pay £3.50 or more for something from Fullets … It’s gorgeous and is a local London brewery. I do pity those drinking the ‘premium largers’ Stella etc. They pay more for that.

    Never tried Fullets what do they make?

    hora
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    The last time I went into a Allbarone was 2004. Even then I thought it was full of people who wear Burtons formal wear clothes and shop on credit cards.

    Premier Icon chipster
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    At The King’s Arms, Heath, a pint of Ossett Brewery’s Yorkshire Blonde is £2.60.

    maddyutah
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    Went to guilford bar near princess st £4 for a pint of Caesar Augustus. Acceptable.all bar one will not be back

    Premier Icon aracer
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    £2.52 for the last pint I bought, because that’s all the change I had in my pocket and the landlady seemed keen on having that rather than having to give me change for a note if I’d paid full price.

    Premier Icon chipster
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    Took this last year
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    Premier Icon ton
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    same as my local in Rothwell that chip. the black bull. fantastic drop of ale .

    the price board is similar too mate….good ale house them ossett pubs… 8)

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    Apint of large at the Flying Swan in Brentford is cheaper, so Neville tells me

    jekkyl
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    old rosie is a winner there by far, more alcohol for your buck.

    & what the hell is noggie?
    I hail fae fife but ne’er herd of that expression.

    devash
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    The good ‘traditional’ ale pubs in the city center (Leeds) seem to be around £3.20 – 3.50 for a decent pint of cask ale at the moment.

    Fancy hipster places like Brewbog and North Bar can be £5+ for the top end stuff.

    Sam Smiths pubs do their own brand bitter for £1.80 which has an amazing taste to value rating.

    maddyutah
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    Noggie-Norwegian

    plus one
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    No beer= more money for shiny bike kit 🙂

    Premier Icon ton
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    beer, bikes and family

    the 3 reasons for living………. 8)

    maddyutah
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    We’ll used to paying noggie prices when working over there varies£8-10 a pint .in all bar one in Edinburgh today t1 and 1/2 pints £7.65 after coming from the weather spoons across the road £2.55 for nice pint of IPA.am I missing something is all bar one something special?
    What’s the average for a pint in your local watering holes

    PJM1974
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    I work in Lahndahn so I’m well used to paying north of £4.50 a pint, a fiver for something decent at The Harp or wherever.

    Way back in 1990, I recall spending a then outrageous £1.29 for a pint of Tetleys at my local in Essex…daylight robbery I tell thee.

    Premier Icon Pik n Mix
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    Is it wrong that I have not even the slightest clue how much a pint is round these parts? Do all my drinking at home because there is always far better scrumpy in than any drinking establishment locally.

    bikebouy
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    I’m conflicted, here in Shiney Town you’ll get 2 pints of middling brown puddle in a glass for £6.00 a pint, which is total daylight robbery. I know I work in the land of Fleecethemall, but hey c’mon!
    Then if you walk not 15mins to a cracker of a Pub on the River overlooking the Dome you’ll get fine fine ale for £5.00 a pint, then if you cross the river and head to Greenwich a pint of Meantime will knock you back £3.40/3.60.
    Then if I go home to Hampshire I can get solid proper ale brewed by the creator of all things drikable in Dundridge for £3.20/3.50

    Has to be said (I’ve done it on many occasions) I prefer drinking at home.

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    Apint of large at the Flying Swan in Brentford is cheaper, so Neville tells me

    It’s probably tradition, or an old charter, or something.

    Premier Icon Kryton57
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    £1 a pint in the newsagent on the corner. What was the problem again?

    Anna B
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    Current favourite Citra from Hopback pub round the corner £2.90 a pint. And I can’t afford much of that very often! Makes me glad I a) like red wine and b) discovered Lidl Italian red at £3.70 a bottle

    Premier Icon Del
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    until the advent of magners and all that other fizzy pish that jumped on the wagon a pint of cider used to be the cheapest pint in the pub. can’t believe how you’ve been brainwashed to think £3.70 for a pint of ‘old soiler’ is cheap 😯

    hora
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    At the pub in Peaslake in Surrey Hills as I walked out of the front door I said ‘fukin ell £4.20 for a pint of ale’

    Two locals sat outside laughed abit over that 😆

    I wonder why the place went bust?!

    mogrim
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    1€ for a 200ml caña, Spanish lager though so not all good.

    donks
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    Pound pubs seem to be opening around the place so I read. Not convinced I’d like the ales on offer but the non discerning youngsters will be all over this.

    About £3.20 a pint of something half decent in Milton Keynes these days

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    £5 a pint for peroni in the golden cock near Huddersfield.

    2 meals for £10.99 though so overall ok if you go for a meal (food is actually really good)

    £4 a can[/b] for asahi in the roxy ball room in Leeds smarts a bit though….

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    Guildford £4.50
    Central London £5.00 – £6.00

    @hora the place went bust as its a rubbish hotel/pub combo and there are many better places. They have to charge that due to cost of rent/rates.

    @tom Imcannot see the justification of £5 a pint in Huddersfield, they cannot blame the rent cost for that.

    Enjoying the country prices after Edinburgh. £1.70 for a reasonable Deuchars IPA. Thing this town is missing is a real ale pub with good food.

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