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By:
barstool
When: 11 Mar 22 11:57
Thats over £50 a gallon.

Makes petrol seem cheap.
By:
irishone
When: 11 Mar 22 12:12
The students dont pour them properly anyway
By:
paulo47
When: 11 Mar 22 12:27
Am not a massive Guinness fan (though drink now and then ), but if you are on the waggon , their 0pc Guiness Draught at £4-50 for 4 cans is delightful , two cans a race next week ...
By:
punchestown
When: 11 Mar 22 12:29
Guinnesstoodear would be spitting feathers...
By:
mitolo
When: 11 Mar 22 12:53
its not guinness as we know it. badly stored badly poured and in plastic. no fanx. thats why i only drink fizz on course
By:
Ibrahima Sonko
When: 12 Mar 22 11:32
£7.50 at newbury last weekend, but it includes a special plastic cup that can be redeemed for £1, if you can be bothered.

Still cant beat Goodwood at £8.
By:
hong kong fooey
When: 12 Mar 22 11:50
You can get 10 cans of Guinness for £9 in Tesco.
By:
Bentring
When: 12 Mar 22 12:45
^^^absolute phish 4.1% only ever buy the 4.2% if ye can't get to the gravediggers
By:
Manoleeds
When: 12 Mar 22 12:56
Anyone tried the 0.0 and if so is there any danger of mistaking it for the real thing?
By:
11kv
When: 12 Mar 22 13:09
paulo47
paulo4711 Mar 22 12:27Joined: 28 Dec 09 | Topic/replies: 574 | Blogger: paulo47's blog
Am not a massive Guinness fan (though drink now and then ), but if you are on the waggon , their 0pc Guiness Draught at £4-50 for 4 cans is delightful , two cans a race next week ...
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By:
Manoleeds
When: 12 Mar 22 13:15
Whoops -how did I miss that ?
By:
11kv
When: 12 Mar 22 13:17
Gonna give it a try see what its like,the only decent pint is made with water from the Liffey and not brewed in Chelmsford  Grin
By:
kavvie
When: 12 Mar 22 13:53
the 0.0 is pure piss
By:
sparrow
When: 12 Mar 22 14:06
Can't believe people pay these sort of prices for a pint of beer. Mind you I do live in Yorkshire. Grin
By:
11kv
When: 12 Mar 22 14:10
Went to Sainsburys didn't have any Cry
By:
tictacman1
When: 12 Mar 22 14:15
£10 - Hot Dog
£9  - Hog roast roll
£5  - fat chips

Enjoy
By:
sparrow
When: 12 Mar 22 14:17
£10 for a hot dog Shocked. What sort of percentage profit there then?
By:
tictacman1
When: 12 Mar 22 14:19
A fat one ! Laugh
By:
ImSoLuckyLucky!
When: 12 Mar 22 14:19
9.50
Laugh
By:
EastLower Gooner
When: 12 Mar 22 16:06
Do like them Americans and fill your Binoculars up with alcohol.
By:
JJmbe
When: 12 Mar 22 16:30
I paid £16 for burger and chips inside Wembley what a feckin mug.
By:
saddo
When: 12 Mar 22 16:40
Indeed.
By:
FatPunt
When: 12 Mar 22 17:04
£95 to get in, put me off. I ain't been for 8 years, probably won't go ever again now.
By:
TINnotaTON
When: 12 Mar 22 17:06
£10 for a hot dog, £16 for burger and chips pmsl, beer prices total p1ss take... with that you'd be as well tanking up with cheaper Guinness before going, then drinking your own p**s
By:
kavvie
When: 12 Mar 22 17:13
as long as there are queues to buy the stuff they will keep the price up.supply and demand .
By:
sparrow
When: 12 Mar 22 17:13
Just a massive rip off choose what anybody says.
By:
Callisto-moon
When: 12 Mar 22 17:14
black velvets is all I will be drinking while im there Thursday!!
By:
11kv
When: 12 Mar 22 17:41
The bogs in Laddies H Wycombe is the closest u will get to Cheltenham and the only Black Velvet u will see will be on your old crombie collar...
By:
carrot1960
When: 12 Mar 22 18:42
The last time i visited Cheltenham was for the November meeting in 2013 and it was £5-50 a pint then
By:
ILoveThirskSprints
When: 12 Mar 22 20:23
On my first visit in 1998 it was £3, expensive that then.
By:
wroughtironronn
When: 12 Mar 22 23:35
What happened to the Scouse barmaids in the Guinness Bar ? - They were there for years then stopped.
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 13 Mar 22 13:39
You lot make me laugh with your £7 quid pints rattling your cages.
Yesterday in Camberwell Market, a crusty cob was going for 6 quid and they ran out!

A new bar/ restaurant opened near me last week and perusing their website to see what the menu offered I was drawn to a starter of 'tempura cauliflower'.
That's bits of cauliflower, dipped in batter and deep fried for a minute or two

That'll be £12.50 Sir.

Laugh
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Mar 22 13:46
You lot south of the water were always posh, slippy.Grin
By:
SlippyBlue
When: 13 Mar 22 13:59
Me posh Sparrow? Laugh

Nothing could be further from the truth I can assure you.
By:
elise
When: 13 Mar 22 14:25
scouse barmaids with the tip bell, fond memories of a tight wad mate who handed over a score for a half pint only to see the scouse pirate ring the tip bell and pocket his change with a cheery "thanks luv"
By:
mitolo
When: 13 Mar 22 14:29
thats a helluva tip
By:
elise
When: 13 Mar 22 14:32
those lasses were just missing an eye patch and a parrot, all were dressed in black and a few of them  had beards, fecking bandits
By:
carrot1960
When: 13 Mar 22 14:38
Slippy blue , big difference with a stall selling 100 or so snacks to make a profit  and bars selling 250,000 / 300,000 pints of Guinness to make a profit
By:
sparrow
When: 13 Mar 22 14:46
elise 13 Mar 22 13:32 
those lasses were just missing an eye patch and a parrot, all were dressed in black and a few of them  had beards, fecking bandits




Sounds like they are now in charge of running the whole thing now.
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