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How much is a pint in your local?

edited 25 September 2017 at 11:16AM in Going Out Deals
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  • £5 and over - No way, you have to be joking - let us know where you live!
    £5.50 for a pint of Moretti & even £6.40 for a nice pale ale.

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  • zaaxzaax Forumite
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    £3 to £4
    As the price goes up the less I drink in a pub. Used to be 6 to 7 pints, now it 3-4.
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  • ChrishazleChrishazle Forumite
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    £3 to £4
    Pubs local to me fit the £3-4 range at the moment - but only just, and it's cask bitter, guiness and lagers are more expensive. I do know one fairly local pub that is somewhat cheaper, but it's a free house rather than a tied (Enterprise Inns etc) or managed (Shepard Neame etc) pub. About 6 months ago I was in a Sheps pub near Goudhurst where the sptfire bitter was £4 compared (at the time) to £3.60 nearer home - but even nearer home now is £3.80-90. The odd one out are Marstons Inns, where the bitter is not much over £3/pint (and the food is good value too).
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    3s 6d

    Pint of Worthington Pale ale
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  • maxmycardagainmaxmycardagain Forumite
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    zaax wrote: »
    As the price goes up the less I drink in a pub. Used to be 6 to 7 pints, now it 3-4.

    is that in a month?
    Dont worry, be happy
  • zagubovzagubov Forumite
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    Think them prices are high..just check out the prices in the Albert on Eastenders.

    Amazing that they can afford to drink in there...:beer:

    Yeah but they'v all got good incomes; nobody makes a breakfast at home- they're always down the caff. Or taking their laundry down the laundrette or shopping at stalls instead of shops.
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  • £1 to £2
    Wetherspoons is one of my locals and i pay £1.99 a pint there. Other pubs in town tend to be between £2.60-£3.20
  • 50Twuncle50Twuncle Forumite
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    When I started drinking (in 1980) - a pnt of scrumpy used to cost me 7p in the NAAFI !!
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    Pepper77 wrote: »
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    I drink in a pub most nights I wouldnt dream of drinking at home.....

    That must cost a fortune! My budget is normally a single bottle of real ale per night max which costs 1.50-1.80

    If I had a local micropub I would probably visit occasionally but it would be for the quality of the beer and certainly NOT for darts, pool, live tv or quizzes!
  • About four bloody quid! if my husband and I want to go out we need a second mortgage :rotfl: Not only that, the last time we went out my glass of rose cost £7!!! AND I knocked it over :(
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