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    Windsor Castle - Landlord now up to £5.40 per pint.

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    The Carpenters Arms - Landlord £6.00 per pint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post
    The Carpenters Arms - Landlord £6.00 per pint.
    Has in the past been a favourite pub to stop off in but don't ever remember the prices being that outrageous.
    "Everybody's got to believe in something. I believe I'll have another beer."
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    Went into Real Ale in Golborne Rd in Tris,s neck of the woods and bought 3 x thirds of a 4.6 -5.5-6.3 beers.Shocked to be asked for £8.35.Really expensive beers in the fridge as well. See you soon again is says on my receipt.Norfolk and Chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Went into Real Ale in Golborne Rd in Tris,s neck of the woods and bought 3 x thirds of a 4.6 -5.5-6.3 beers.Shocked to be asked for £8.35.Really expensive beers in the fridge as well. See you soon again is says on my receipt.Norfolk and Chance.
    I've always associated this area with being relieved of one's wallet's contents if out here on the street when late, but I wouldn't expect this to happen so openly in a bar!

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    Not at all surprised to be paying heavily in a craft beer bar in the middle of the 02 dome, however the reasoning behind 2/3rd pints dawned on me: £5.50 for 2/3rds sounded much less painful than £8.20 for a pint, or even £4.10 for a half, despite being equivalent to £8.25 per pint. The beer incidentally was Canopy Brockwell IPA, which despite not being an IPA was a quite drinkable Citra-based brew, if you don't mind something fruity. (and it was of course listed as 5.5 not £5.50!).
    On leaving the bar, I felt a strong blow to the back of my head. Turning round, I discovered it was the pavement

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    Lervig Coconuts £5.50/half in Hope and Union in Stockton. 12.5% and presumably imported so more than acceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by london calling View Post
    Went into Real Ale in Golborne Rd in Tris,s neck of the woods and bought 3 x thirds of a 4.6 -5.5-6.3 beers.Shocked to be asked for £8.35.Really expensive beers in the fridge as well. See you soon again is says on my receipt.Norfolk and Chance.
    Norfolk-and-Chance? Wear the fox hat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tris39 View Post
    Norfolk-and-Chance? Wear the fox hat?
    Isn't it near the Far Canal?

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