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    I know. The 30-minute travel time to get to the Admiral made the sacrifice all the more painful.

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    The Red Lion - Gamma Ray for £7.15.

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    The £5 pint of cask is truly with us in London 9 years after I first started this thread.The Mitre in Richmond a small back street pub charges £5 for all beers inc mild.Boycotting them for a while I think.Most of the Fullers pubs are charging that or more for London Plague. The Craft beer co are definitely on the boycott list with Kent -pale at £5.20 and best bitter £5.40.Round my way £4.70 seems to be the price which I think is too high for cask beer.
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    Passed the Belvedere in Acton on Thursday (if you know the pub you will know why I passed by)
    Guinness £2.25
    carling -£2
    john smiths -£1.75
    permenant prices
    Maybe I am too fussy but wasn't tempted.Good to see prices like this though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    The £5 pint of cask is truly with us in London. Round my way £4.70 seems to be the price which I think is too high for cask beer.
    Of 15 beers I had in London Thursday and Friday - halves of course - only two came in at under £4.70/pint. They were in the Salisbury Hotel, Green Lanes, Harringay. Pints at £4.70 were to be had at the Sam Smiths Lyceum Tavern on the Strand (that is, if my half at £2.35 was actually half the price of a pint - perhaps it wasn't). Same applies at the Theodore Bullfrog (off the Strand, Trafalgar Square direction) and the Tabard, Turnham Green, Chiswick.

    Everything else was over £5/pint, with a couple of halves of London Pride £2.55 each the cheapest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Most of the Fullers pubs are charging that or more for London Plague.
    I've tried to avoid the London Shame for a while, as I'm sure the recipe has changed, but was charged £5.00 for a Hophead in The Star Tavern the other day and it's in Belgravia.

    My pint of Five Points XPA was £4.60 when I spotted you in the Express in late July and a pint of ELB Cowcatcher was £4.00 (£3.80 with CAMRA card) in the Tapping the Admiral a couple of weeks ago, so there is some relative sanity out there. The most expensive area I've found to drink in, is probably Hackney which is hardly a wealth area.

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    £3.20 in The Baum, £3.25 in the Pint Pot, around £3.30 in the Flying Horse all including CAMRA discount.

    Most beer across the town centre £2.70 on D'Ale Wednesdays.

    Regal Moon JDW £1.99, £1.49 with a CAMRA token.

    Oh! it's STILL grim up North.
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    £5 for a pint of xpa in the goerge and dragon acton on Thurs.nice beer.
    It was 6 years ago I started this post not 9.

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    I was in a craft beer bottle shop and had a couple of tins from the fridge.If the beer was less than £4 you have to pay £1 extra to drink in.So if you buy one for as i did at £4 it was cheaper than say a £3.75 one which would cost you £4.75.As i pointed out to the owner its plain daft.

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