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I hate the stuff. Was only drinking it that night because it was on offer. £1.50 a bottle.
I heard on the radio last week that a beer in England costs the equivalent of $8 or $9 for a pint!!!
Is that the case, or was this news of great import mis-reported?
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Aye, we serve pints of bitter at £1.70, Lager at £1.90, so about $4 sounds an average. However go into Manchester centre, and one of the bars there, and £3 a pint is probably the norm. (though cheap studenty bars will probably do a quid a bottle) London will be far worse than that.
Like said above, all depends where your drinking, same any country
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Cheapest pint I've ever bought is £2.50 in my local. Most expensive was in The Europa hotel in Belfast, £3.50. Was cheaper for a shot tbh.
yeah prices are generally in the £2 region around here.
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Over here in the few places you can get a pint you pay about €5.50, which is about £4 and obviously extortionate. Usually you pay about €2 for "un demi" which is just under half a pint. The upside is that buying bottles from a supermarket to drink at home is ridiculously cheap - you can get a six-pack of pretty much whatever you want for under €3, some under €2.
you can get a six pack of tesco value lager for about £2 over here iirc, it even comes in a tesco value coloured can, red and blue and white stripes! Bet it tastes like water...
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