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Very true antthe2nd, soon we will be left with Sam Smiths and Wetherspoons only
Found this interesting review and potted history of the Eagle from the Yorkshire Evening Post, from Monday April 30th, 2001.http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/lifestyle/the_eagle_tavern_north_street_leeds_1_2074989The comment from the then manager would probably attract a P45 now..."I'm not even allowed to sell Guinness," said manager Graham Hughes, who has been running the Eagle with wife Ellen for the past 18 months. Nonetheless, he says the way the pub really scores over its local rivals is the price - with Sam Smith's bitter around 50p cheaper than the cheapest bitter on offer at both the White Stag and the Victoria.
Interesting to note that, in the ten years prices have only increased 30-40p or so.
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