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Re: The price of a pint in York
« Reply #2 on: Aug 19 - 2014 »
Definitely interesting over only two years.  Wonder if other press do it for other city's eg leeds or bradford.  ::T::
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Re: The price of a pint in York
« Reply #3 on: Oct 22 - 2014 »
Real Ale has become a rich mans past time.

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Re: The price of a pint in York
« Reply #4 on: Aug 11 - 2015 »
It's typical for any goods which are considered to be "premium product", organic food in the supermarkets are sold at a higher rate than the mass produced range.  My compassion and desire to know where my food from is noted each time I pay off my credit card bill.  It amazes me that with the organic range from Sam Smiths we aren't charged far more for the pleasure in consuming the products.  One thing that is upsetting is how all pubs feel happy to overcharge me when I am consuming non-alcoholic drinks...