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New £4.80 a pint in London, yes it bloody is.
Also, this:

That's a joke, son. But:

Expand Edited by pwhysall May 31, 2015, 11:51:41 AM EDT
Expand Edited by pwhysall May 31, 2015, 11:54:12 AM EDT
New wow, draft here is $4 bottles $3.50 in bar 6 pack $8.99 at supermarket
budwieser horse piss of beer is $3.50 draft $3.50 bottle and $6.99 in supermarket. Think london is too expensive, ship all the russians back to putin, maybe that will bring the prices down.
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New Can't argue with the methodology
New $8.41 cash price for a 4 pack of 14.9 oz cans here
That's 7.65 Euros at today's exchange rate.

Don't know what a bar charges per glass. Guessing around $5 - $6 for a 16 oz drink.

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                         £4.80 a pint in London, yes it bloody is. - (pwhysall) - (3)
                             wow, draft here is $4 bottles $3.50 in bar 6 pack $8.99 at supermarket - (boxley) - (1)
                                 Can't argue with the methodology -NT - (pwhysall)
                             $8.41 cash price for a 4 pack of 14.9 oz cans here - (lincoln)
             Are you saying... - (pwhysall) - (8)
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