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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Wandle for £5.20 should rename it as Swindle or Scandal.
    I regularly see it in Spoons at £2.09 and I don't normally chose it there.. It's an old school cooking pale bitter that I reckon was originally based on Young's Ordinary. I won't drink beer in Central London but used to when I worked there. As far as the increased price for a half pint goes I don't see why beer should be any different from wines and spirits although I find it much more annoying when a venue only sells some options in sizes less than a pint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aqualung View Post
    I regularly see it in Spoons at £2.09 and I don't normally chose it there.. It's an old school cooking pale bitter that I reckon was originally based on Young's Ordinary. I won't drink beer in Central London but used to when I worked there. As far as the increased price for a half pint goes I don't see why beer should be any different from wines and spirits although I find it much more annoying when a venue only sells some options in sizes less than a pint.
    Agree some beers need to be drank in pints.After drinking mostly halves for the last 12 years or so I have started drinking more pints and quite a few beers that on first tasting I have thought they were pretty bland improve as you drink further done the pint. Bring back quarts of ale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Agree some beers need to be drank in pints.After drinking mostly halves for the last 12 years or so I have started drinking more pints and quite a few beers that on first tasting I have thought they were pretty bland improve as you drink further done the pint. Bring back quarts of ale.
    I once had a four pint glass but managed to shatter it with boiling water. I recently had an example of this in the Keg & Comfort micropub. I had a pint of St Austell Proper Job which was fine but overall I thought was too sweet. This was followed by a pint of Green Duck Paradise which at first I wasn't sure about but got better down the glass enough for me to order a second.
    As for the price issue, the cost of ANY double spirit in a JDW is just £1.05 more than a single regardless of the price of the single. It's £1.06 if the single price ends in a 9. I remember years ago brandy being the most expensive generic spirit in a pub but in JDWs today it's gin followed by vodka.

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    Little Creatures have open a brewpub in Kings Cross.Their ipa is £6.50 a pint or £4 a half. Keg only .Although as they are an Australian brewery this might mean they are giving you a discount on the larger measures rather than gouging you for a half.Unlikely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Little Creatures have open a brewpub in Kings Cross.Their ipa is £6.50 a pint or £4 a half. Keg only .Although as they are an Australian brewery this might mean they are giving you a discount on the larger measures rather than gouging you for a half.Unlikely.
    I rather doubt that it has an abv to justify that price.

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