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.
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.
Dawnys_flug said:Oh no, this means i might be able to afford my round when going to the pub with band! :shock:
six 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
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