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    I what's apped my son to say the 2 stouts I had tonight were a 10% and a 7.6% which was equivalent to 5 tins of carling.he replied that for the price I paid £10 I could have had 12 tins of carling.he may have a point although I prefer the 2 can version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    I what's apped my son to say the 2 stouts I had tonight were a 10% and a 7.6% which was equivalent to 5 tins of carling.he replied that for the price I paid £10 I could have had 12 tins of carling.he may have a point although I prefer the 2 can version.
    It seems like a win-win-win-win situation to me:

    Win 1: not so much weight in your bag coming back from the shop
    Win 2: you get to drink better, or at least more interesting beer
    Win 3: you don't have to go for a pee quite so often
    Win 4: you get to write about it on the forum
    Come On You Hatters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    It seems like a win-win-win-win situation to me:

    Win 4: you get to write about it on the forum
    Quite, I wouldn't dare write on here about drinking 12 tins of Carling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheffield hatter View Post
    It seems like a win-win-win-win situation to me:

    Win 1: not so much weight in your bag coming back from the shop
    Win 2: you get to drink better, or at least more interesting beer
    Win 3: you don't have to go for a pee quite so often
    Win 4: you get to write about it on the forum
    The pee.quotient.is a big plus for me and not considered previously when buying beer.cheers

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    'having a larf - crisps at £2 a packet here: Old Vine, near Wadhurst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpadam View Post
    'having a larf - crisps at £2 a packet here: Old Vine, near Wadhurst.
    Did you try asking for nuts and were offered, in exchange for about three quid, a huge bowl of budget cash and carry nuts decanted from a sweetshop jar?

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    Found a new bar in Romiley today which was OK and purchased a pint of 7% Chocolate stout at £5 90p whIch i thought was not to bad, however i went across to the bottle and can cabinet with the price ranging from just about reasonable to extortionate with perhaps in the the latter category the the main culprit was a 12% 440ml can of Dragon Dance at a eye watering £14. Cheap at half the price

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Rover View Post
    Found a new bar in Romiley today which was OK and purchased a pint of 7% Chocolate stout at £5 90p whIch i thought was not to bad, however i went across to the bottle and can cabinet with the price ranging from just about reasonable to extortionate with perhaps in the the latter category the the main culprit was a 12% 440ml can of Dragon Dance at a eye watering £14. Cheap at half the price
    I would say 14 quid is taking the you know what.
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    I saw something on my msn homepage the other day mentioning that Craft Beer Co, Brixton were selling a bottle of Imperial something for £47...
    Here it is...
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/londo...-most-26109241

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    I saw something on my msn homepage the other day mentioning that Craft Beer Co, Brixton were selling a bottle of Imperial something for £47...
    Here it is...
    https://www.mirror.co.uk/money/londo...-most-26109241
    This is though for a 750ml bottle which works out at £35.60 a pint. This is cheap compared to this, which works out at £86.00 a pint, probably more if drunk in London Fields.

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