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Re: Easier drinking

Post by DaveLister » 02 Sep 2018, 21:03

bristleposh wrote:
02 Sep 2018, 19:27
superposh80 wrote:
02 Sep 2018, 11:21
....Why do you want a crap overpriced beer at half time when you've already had half a dozen for £2 a pint at wetherspoons pre match and you've spent most of the first half in the toilet anyway?
My bladder is terrible, I get up every night about three times, but at Plymouth the other week despite my usual intake, I didn't need to go until half time. £1-89 a pint btw.
What do you get for £1.89 a pint? Anyway, can you even get a pint of Coke for £2 a pint in a Weatherspoons? £4.20 a pint of Old Rosie I was drinking tonight in the Applecart.
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A question of drinking

Post by bristleposh » 02 Sep 2018, 23:00

DaveLister wrote:
02 Sep 2018, 21:03

What do you get for £1.89 a pint? Anyway, can you even get a pint of Coke for £2 a pint in a Weatherspoons? £4.20 a pint of Old Rosie I was drinking tonight in the Applecart.
I was drinking Ruddles Best, only 3.7%. Old Rosie is a cracking cider but sadly generally overpriced, even from their own farmhaouse. I get Kingsdown Black from Clutton Hill it's 12 litres for £22 so less than a £1 a pint 7.5% so a little stronger than OR at 7.3%. If you lower yourself to venture into your local 'spoons I think you'll find they do several real ciders from boxes at relatively good prices
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