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    Last night at the Hackney Tap:

    Redemption - APA: £3.80

    Marble - Manchester: £4.00

    Interestingly the factory-made Marble clip's mission statement reads: 'Cask conditioned beer produced to drinking standards.' - so reassuring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post
    Last night at the Hackney Tap:

    Redemption - APA: £3.80

    Marble - Manchester: £4.00

    Interestingly the factory-made Marble clip's mission statement reads: 'Cask conditioned beer produced to drinking standards.' - so reassuring.
    Two nice beers at very good London prices.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Three pints of Darkstar Hophead in The Harp, at £1.76pp, to celebrate Fullers 176years brewing (apparently). Worth registering for the voucher and the train (now free) up to town.
    I had asked about the qualifying beers at the outset and was advised just Hophead and Pride but others, appearing to be more regular than I, were, I think, given greater leeway by the other barman. I was satisfied with my brief smash&grab though.
    Sorry I didn't post it on the bargains thread, I forgot until last moment decision to get going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trainman View Post
    I had asked about the qualifying beers at the outset and was advised just Hophead and Pride but others, appearing to be more regular than I, were, I think, given greater leeway by the other barman. I was satisfied with my brief smash&grab though.
    You were hard done by - the Sanctuary House Hotel and Barrowboy & Banker were selling all their Asahi cask beers at £1.76, including the 6.5% Dark Star Green Hop in the former and the Jack Frost winter ale in the latter.

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    It is indeed a great walk, and a nice pub, but I'm glad it's not my local..

    "Local ales on tap include Harvey’s Sussex Best bitter (£5.50 a pint) "

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    Miss read the beer board at beer+burger dalston .got.2.halvesof ipa.that I thought were £6 a pint but the price was for 2/3.arrgh £9uy

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Miss read the beer board at beer+burger dalston .got.2.halvesof ipa.that I thought were £6 a pint but the price was for 2/3.arrgh £9uy
    I've fallen for that one before now, especially when some drinks are priced by the pint and then the odd couple are by the 2/3 - gets a bit confusing once you're a few drinks in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealAleRobUK View Post
    I've fallen for that one before now, especially when some drinks are priced by the pint and then the odd couple are by the 2/3 - gets a bit confusing once you're a few drinks in!
    Last pub of the night.needs no explaining. Ha.ha

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    I thought inflation had taken off yesterday.

    Pint in Stockton Witherspoon's, £1.99
    Pint of Bass in the Sun Inn, £2.75
    Pint of stout in Lucifer's, £3.20
    Half a pint of Cannonball in Hope & Union, £3.75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spinko View Post
    I thought inflation had taken off yesterday.

    Pint in Stockton Witherspoon's, £1.99
    Isn't this a universal price? My last pint in a 'spoons the other week cost this much.

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