Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by editor, Jul 17, 2019.
whoever said "carling" at the princess of wales deserves a pint
It's a good effort but some of these are questionable.
The William Morris in Hammersmith does a cheaper pint than £4.10 you'd pay in the Swan and is within a stones throw. E.g. you could get a Doom Bar for £1.99. In Shepherds Bush, a pint of Greene King at the Central Bar is £1.89 so less than the £1.99 quoted for Bud Light.
like skyscraper101 i don't think it is the cheapest pint near any tube station, for example by highgate station the woodman's £4.30 pint can probably be bettered by a two minute walk down the way to the highgate tavern.
Yep. I've drunk at the WM and can attest that it is mega cheap. £2.10 a pint of ale.
tbh a map of Wetherspoons locations is going to get pretty close to this.
£1.89 for a pint of Greene King is £1.89 too much, mind.
Fucking hell, if I ever moved back to London, I think I'd have a terrible shock. I get grumpy when a pint's more than £3.70.
Back in the day I was awed by tales of the price of a pint in places like Norway being equivalent to £5. How we laughed.
How much is beer in Norway now?
£6 or £7
The Highgate Inn? Fantastic pub
Almost £8 in Oslo for a pint of draught!
Cost of Living in Oslo
yeh highgate inn, used to be the black rose and then rose's
Norway - Pintprice, compare beer prices from around the world
do they still have a pool table in there?
Its all very well stating the price of what is possibly the cheapest pint but is it drinkable? I mean, Bud Light, Fosters, Carling Etc.
Come on, you just wouldn't.
This map shows the cheapest pint near every single tube station
I’ve had pints for less than that near Kings Cross
WRITE A STERN LETTER NOW!
Nah, I don’t want all the good pubs ruined by hipsters
Good to see the Brixton Beehive on the map.
I think I prefer the other thread:
Tube Map Shows The Cheapest Pint Near Every Tube Station
Rutita1's thread is better:
The cheapest pint near every single tube station?
Hi – some people here are saying it shows the cheapest pint near any pub. That's not the case. It shows the cheapest pint in the closest pub – only one pub was called per station, so if "there's a cheaper pint further from the station" that's not relevant to what's being explored here. Here's the full methodology:
The London Underground, by the Pint, Notes on the Project | StoreKit
The difference between pub and bar definition section of that ^ is well worth a read - quite amusing
Don't mention McGlynns
I was on about the other place
It is well worth a read. It's as if Adam was doing his very best to ward off nitpickers in advance. Good work, sir!
Here's a snippet:
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