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Differences between Canadian and British people

Old Feb 16th 2015, 12:02 am
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Originally Posted by Atlantic Xpat View Post
You pay $7 a pint for regular swill in this part of the world so $8.50 for a pint of cask will be bearable. Just. As was GBP 3.80 in the hipster real ale pub in London (England) I was in last week. The sacrifices one makes...
I think my go to beer there (Mad Tom IPA) is $6.70 or something like that (plus tax). I wouldn't consider that swill. The only swill at the Cheshire Cat is bottled and very few people drink it.

Hope you enjoy the place.
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