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  1. Thread: How much?

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    Whilst walking in the vicinity of The Prince...

    Whilst walking in the vicinity of The Prince Alfred I happened upon three orange drinking vouchers in the gutter so decided to pop in for a Proper Job or two and guess what? Paid for in cash, the...
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    Sticky: ELB's Peacock English Pale Ale at The Pig &...

    ELB's Peacock English Pale Ale at The Pig & Butcher.
  3. Thread: How much?

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    Pro rata this sounds like the most expensive pint...

    Pro rata this sounds like the most expensive pint I've ever heard of: £8.00. :eek:Taking account of inflation, that probably beats my pint at The York & Albany which is run by Sweary Gordon. And I...
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    Obviously a place aimed at trendy people with...

    Obviously a place aimed at trendy people with deep pockets and best avoided wherever these developments spring up.
  5. Thread: How much?

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    In London, £5.10 a pint is very rare and of...

    In London, £5.10 a pint is very rare and of course, a con. But pro rata that sounds like the worst rip-off I've ever heard of - on balance that's worse than the improper £5.20 I paid for a pint of...
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    ...and Hemeling. A friend of mine once got quite...

    ...and Hemeling. A friend of mine once got quite drunk on Kaliber - he didn't realise it was alcohol-free, so the placebo effect certainly works when it comes to ale.
  7. Thread: How much?

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    Landlord @ £5.30 a pint the other night. The...

    Landlord @ £5.30 a pint the other night. The culprit: Windsor Castle
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    Yup.

    Yup.
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    A fascinating list, but I wonder just how many of...

    A fascinating list, but I wonder just how many of the oldest are still the same structure - the Bell apparently now dates from 1598.

    Off the top of my head, here are some old ones too, but at...
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    http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/britain-faces...

    http://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/uknews/britain-faces-beer-drought-after-alcohol-delivery-drivers-vote-to-go-on-strike/ar-AACT7YT?li=BBoPWjQ&ocid=DELLDHP

    ...and check out the photo captions.
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    Difficulties indeed and just the Prospect of...

    Difficulties indeed and just the Prospect of Whitby for me, which was built as the Pelican c. 1520, the current name arriving in 1777, but I doubt the actual building is early 16th century. In just...
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    37/57 for me. It is quite a good list and...

    37/57 for me.

    It is quite a good list and there are plenty here which are definitely worth a look, yet some have surprisingly few reviews. Some of my favourite quirky yet sparsely reviewed:
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    Another London list and more interesting and...

    Another London list and more interesting and comprehensive than most with plenty here for many of our most intrepid reviewers to get their teeth into - I really must get to the Palm Tree...
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    Minor name change, N1.

    Seven Seasons

    Could you change this from Seven Seasons to 7 Seasons - this will alter the address ranking.

    Ta.
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    Think I've done the list apart from the Grapes...

    Think I've done the list apart from the Grapes which I tried to visit but ended up walking in the wrong direction! I was last in the Nags Head in 1986 so don't recall it, but it looks very appealing.
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    I wouldn't be tempted by those prices but they're...

    I wouldn't be tempted by those prices but they're not bad for London and if I had to visit your local, I may gain a little in savings but I'd lose as much in travel. Was in the Charles Lamb last...
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    Not as naughty as the f*****s at BITE who have...

    Not as naughty as the f*****s at BITE who have appropriated possibly dozens, maybe even hundreds of my photos from Pubs History/Lost Pubs.:moremad:
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    I'm kicking myself for not visiting The Carlton...

    I'm kicking myself for not visiting The Carlton Tavern which isn't far from where I live. It didn't so much close, rather the developer ran a bulldozer through it without warning - even the TV was...
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    This was generated by music journalist Stuart...

    This was generated by music journalist Stuart Maconie during his time at the NME - from Wikipedia: "Maconie also is credited with starting two urban legends; that Bob Holness, UK host of the game...
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    Indeed. I was surprised just how cheap the IKB in...

    Indeed. I was surprised just how cheap the IKB in Portsmouth was when compared to a typical London 'spoons, but the disparity between Portsmouth and London pubs is nothing like as great.
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    "As it turns out, Magners and Abbot Ale are...

    "As it turns out, Magners and Abbot Ale are unbelievable value." ...until you drink them.
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    Address correction.

    Fox

    This pub's correct address is Peach Hill Lane.

    Ta.
  23. Thread: How much?

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    Had a similar experience the other night in The...

    Had a similar experience the other night in The Sekforde. Bought a pint of One Mile End's Salvation Pale Ale (a 4% Pallid Pale Pint) for £5.00. Then tried the Long Man's Best Bitter (Boring Brown...
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    I think that currently all Fuller's pubs...

    I think that currently all Fuller's pubs sporadically have Hophead as a guest which saves me from London Shame (which on the last two samplings gave me a stomach ache) or their other bland low ABV...
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    Address correction.

    The Luppitt Inn

    According to Google maps, this pub is situated on Church Hill.
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