The most expensive pint I've ever bought was when I went out with a mate who works near Canary Warf - £3:20 a pint - Ouch! There were about 15 of us alltogether - I had to extend my overdraft before I bought a round :cry: :evil:drummerboy said:
Well of course, the prices go up by a minimum of 50p in Cornwall at the start of the tourist season! :lol:iggmeister said:Maybe I'm just sceptical but wont this just mean more profit for the pubs? Can't see them lowering their prices. Certainly wont be the full discount they have recovered.
I went to one of my locals the other day and Carlsberg Export used to be £2:35 a pint. Within the space of a month this had gone up to £2:75! Thats a higher rate of increase than house prices!
I embarrasingly handed over a fiver for 2 pints only to see the barman looking for an extra 50p.
Not keen on drinking there any more.
Of course the value of an Australian Dollar means not a lot to most of us!Okiedokie of Oz said:The local Band Hall is where I do most my drinkin'!! Beer is $2 and Bourbon and Coke is $3. Soft drinks are $1.
Golden rule when your drinking in rounds, make sure everyone buys them first, then by the time it comes to you, they'll be too pissed and you can argue you've already bought a roundDawnys_flug said:Oh no, this means i might be able to afford my round when going to the pub with band! :shock:
What!!! 10m!!!! Oh i don't want to crawl that farsix pints said:long live collingwood college bar- £1.30 carlsberg, £1.50 stella and brown ale, £1.50 for alcopop sugary *beep*, and all this 10m from my bed! :guiness
i mean 10m from the area, i go through the fire exits so no stairs! i cant cope with trevs, too many walls!neiltwist said:10m from the area? then another 10 or so when you get to the basement? when i was at trevs I was only 5 metres from the bar, not the bar area, was quite a good spec to live