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Results: How much is a pint in your local?

Under £1 - No way, you have to be joking - let us know where you live!

0% • 0 votes

£1 to £2

0% • 0 votes

£2 to £3

35.19% • 19 votes

£3 to £4

40.74% • 22 votes

£4 to £5

18.52% • 10 votes

£5 and over - No way, you have to be joking - let us know where you live!

5.56% • 3 votes

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54 votes in total.

  • FIRST POST
    • MSE Andrea
    • By MSE Andrea 7th Sep 17, 10:17 AM
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    How much is a pint in your local?
    • #1
    • 7th Sep 17, 10:17 AM
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    How much is a pint in your local? 7th Sep 17 at 10:17 AM
    We'd love to know what a pint costs in your neck of the woods.

    Are you living within spitting distance of a holy grail, super cheap pub or do you need to sell a liver to buy one in your local?

    Next time you're in your local vote in the poll and post up a pic of your pint and tell us how much it cost.

    Forum regulars will remember we've asked this before, in 2013. Have a look back at our previous How much is a pint in your local? poll to compare.

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    • getmore4less
    • By getmore4less 4th Oct 17, 4:17 AM
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    John smith, Magners, Bud Lite £1.99 the rest up from that.

    Ales £2.19((Mon £1.99)

    had a nice pint of Tring brewery Death or Glory last week.

    • techno12
    • By techno12 4th Oct 17, 11:27 AM
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    techno12
    £4.50 to £5.50 at most places in Leamington Spa.

    Crazy, though the "extra pound a pint because it has the word Craft in it" doesn't help matters.

    We stick to our Wetherspoons, where it's £2-3
    • jack_pott
    • By jack_pott 14th Oct 17, 3:17 PM
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    jack_pott
    I can get a pint of water in my kitchen for about 0.2p.
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    • theblagger
    • By theblagger 14th Oct 17, 4:07 PM
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    £5.70 around here in some hipster dipster pubs....and plenty of mugs will nurse that!! otherwise £3.50 in the local weatherspoons
    tinfoil hat ...

    Derisive attempt on behalf of blind conformists to discredit and stigmatise those who dare to question authority, ill thought out policies, PR Stunts....
    • NineDeuce
    • By NineDeuce 16th Oct 17, 3:50 PM
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    £4 on average, or £4.50 if you want a clean glass....
    • Samsung_Note2
    • By Samsung_Note2 16th Oct 17, 4:49 PM
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    From the sounds of it..heroin and smack are probably cheaper and just as plentiful supply.

    Having said that the pint of Death or Glory sounds like a nice proper pint..not like the blonde !!!! full of bubbles consumed by people with taste buds removed.
    • dekaspace
    • By dekaspace 16th Oct 17, 8:33 PM
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    I don't drink, part due to not feeling need and part as not much in my area!, apart from Wetherspoons a "cheap" pub (nearest one is a mile and half away) is around £3 a pint, most are £3.60 or so for cheap nasty stuff like Carling or £4 or more for a Heineken
    • NineDeuce
    • By NineDeuce 17th Oct 17, 11:59 AM
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    NineDeuce
    I don't drink, part due to not feeling need and part as not much in my area!, apart from Wetherspoons a "cheap" pub (nearest one is a mile and half away) is around £3 a pint, most are £3.60 or so for cheap nasty stuff like Carling or £4 or more for a Heineken
    Originally posted by dekaspace
    I forgot that Carling was cheap, nasty stuff but Heineken was in a different league.....
    • kingstreet
    • By kingstreet 18th Oct 17, 5:33 PM
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    I forgot that Carling was cheap, nasty stuff but Heineken was in a different league.....
    Originally posted by NineDeuce
    Heineken is the 5% dutch stuff, not that dross Whitbread used to brew under licence.

    I get the 12 x 330ml bottles for £10 from Morrisons on a regular basis.
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