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    Living Proof mave_the_rave's Avatar
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    HI..
    I drink in in a back street pub in South East London.

    For the sake of global availability I would like
    to know just how much a PINT of lager beer costs
    where you live:-

    SE LONDON £2.10 p no frills back street pub.

    keep it simple we can all pay £10.00 in the clubs

    What about your local

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    I found a place that has dollar draft night on thursday.


    1 dollar equals .68 pound.

    with guiness on tap

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    Depends, a pint is about £1.80 in our local but we only drink in classy places these days so it's more

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    here in sydney Aus we pay between $3.50 = £1.25 and $6.00 = £2.00 depending on weather your going to a bar or club

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    BEER

    JAMBLE 7000

    CLASSY £1.80. Don't know where you are from. But assuming
    it's in the UK. let me think LEEDS. ?
    NEWCASTLE. ? BLACKBURN.?

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    From about 1.60 GBP for tennents etc. up to 2.30 for somethin' a bit nicer (Budvar etc). You could get it cheaper in stinkin' old-men-fighting pubs, but I'd rather not bother. (this is Edinburgh by the way). Obviously, there are loads of crook-ass 'style' bars here as well which try to rip you for a lot more.

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    Re: BEER

    Originally posted by mave_the_rave
    JAMBLE 7000

    CLASSY £1.80. Don't know where you are from. But assuming
    it's in the UK. let me think LEEDS. ?
    NEWCASTLE. ? BLACKBURN.?

    Yep, Leeds. I am originally from Millhill but I've been in Leeds for a few years now. It always amazes me how overpriced London is when you go out on the lash these days!

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    A pint of Harp costs £1.70 in pub I usually go in. Last year they had £1.50 for a pint of Miller.

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    an average it's about about £2-20 a pint for things like fosters or carling
    about £2-60 a pint for things like grolsch or staropramen
    some places are cheaper, but none of them have big screen tv and pool tables

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    Wouldn't know. Haven't had one in 12.5 years.
    Late

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    2 quid here in West London - unless you go to a pub in Notting Hill in which case youre looking at about 2.50

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    I think beer runs around $2.00 - $4.00 a bottle here in the U.S. of A.

    I brew my own at home so it costs me about $20.00 plus a couple hours of fun for 3 cases.

    The last two batches I did were an austrailian kit called morgans, I did an amber and a wheat.. both were excellent.. next i think i'm goin for a good stout..

    any one else brew their own beer?

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    Originally posted by Mac8myPC

    any one else brew their own beer?
    no but just like most Scandinavians , my dad's family, has its own secret Vodka recipe

    A



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    The most expensive bottle of wine was sold at an auction at Christies, London, in December 1985. The buyer paid £105 000 for a bottle of 1787 Chateau Lafitte claret that was engraved with the initials of Thomas Jefferson. Eleven months after the sale, the cork dried out, slipped into the bottle and spoiled the wine, making it the most expensive bottle of vinegar!
    Guinness book of records 1999


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    Originally posted by TallGuyLittleCar
    I found a place that has dollar draft night on thursday.


    1 dollar equals .68 pound.

    with guiness on tap
    !!!


    dammit i need to find a place like that around here!



    Guinness on tap??? mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    The guy three houses up from mine is a Budwieser delivery man. Therefor I do not pay for my beer

    Oh, and he is the most handy man on the block for those of us looking to throw a kegger.

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    I don't pay for beer either... oh wait, I don't drink beer.


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    i dont drink, why the hell would u drink?

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    yeah, drinking is really kinda silly.

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    I'll admit, I'm excessively silly then

    it matters... anywhere from $2.00 to $4.00 here.

    anybody up for some Charleston bar hopping?

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