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Old 02-28-2005, 04:09 PM   #11
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one of the better ones I've seen in in Madison, WI where for 99 cents you get a can of PBR on a side of bacon. The bacon always got me.



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Old 02-28-2005, 06:10 PM   #12
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MMM . . . Beer . . . AND Bacon! interesting combo-- a pretty square meal! The beer could take the place of pancakes, both come from grain, right? might have to try it some weekend morning!



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Old 03-02-2005, 04:10 PM   #13
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When I lived in Baltimore we had a Microbrewery where from 4-7 you got 3 pints for $3 They served great beer but I can't remember the name of it. There was the Baja Beach Club which you paid $5 to get in and then from 7-10 all bottles were a quarter. They had all kinds of beer and you actually got the full bottle. Then I moved to Tulsa and at a bar there you paid $5 to get in and then any bottles were any silver coin, they too had a large selection. I have not found any deals like that here in the ATL but then again I am not as in the loop as I once was.

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Old 03-02-2005, 06:28 PM   #14
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Anyways, on all saturdays its $6 all you can drink domestic drafts, or $10 all you can drink import drafts, this is all day every saturday except Buckeye football saturdays. With guinness, bass, newcastle, smithwicks, blue moon on tap and a couple others, It's a pretty good deal. Havent taken advantage of it yet, though me and my buddies have talked about it. I think were all a little scared of that "all you can drink" though, we'd starting making bets and such
All day on saturday!?!? Does sound like a recipe for destruction! Definitely wouldn't want to get started too early, and would sure want to save enough cash for the cab ride home (and have a good excuse for the misses prepared ahead of time "umm. . . I was just getting my weeks drinking out of the way now, you know, to save time and money in the future, like umm, for that nice necklace you saw in the mall the other day (right!)). By the way, what is smithwicks like? I haven't had that one.
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Old 03-02-2005, 07:44 PM   #15
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All day on saturday!?!? Does sound like a recipe for destruction! Definitely wouldn't want to get started too early, and would sure want to save enough cash for the cab ride home (and have a good excuse for the misses prepared ahead of time "umm. . . I was just getting my weeks drinking out of the way now, you know, to save time and money in the future, like umm, for that nice necklace you saw in the mall the other day (right!)). By the way, what is smithwicks like? I haven't had that one.

Well I finally indulged myself this previous saturday . And, What they don't tell you, is that the deal runs all the way into sunday evening, and by that time its called "All the discomfort you can handle" but anyway, I think its an awesome way to drink good beer inexpensively. Smithwicks was out by the time I got there, but I imagine it is just average or slightly better. Found out they also have Sammy A on tap as well. Man I love this place. Anyone tried those chaser hangover pills?
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Old 04-17-2005, 01:58 AM   #16
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The First National Bar in Pocatello is under new ownership and Thursday night cheap beer is gone....but Wednesday night Cheap beer is here. Every Wednesday night, The First National has draft beer for $.25 a glass and an added attraction will be the live bands every Wednesday night, no cover charge. There will also be different events throughout the week so stay tunned for more......

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Old 04-21-2005, 12:54 AM   #17
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I live in Calgary, Alberta. Talk about cowboys bars:lol: 50 cent beer is the best I could find

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Old 04-25-2005, 06:41 PM   #18
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Here's the deal from Southern England...

A pint in a pub will generally set you back from £2.50 - 3.00 (that's about $4.70 - $5.70) depending on where you go in the country. I'm sure that it's cheaper in scotland and northern britain, but us gullible southerners are reduced to paying through the nose.

And Duty on a pint of beer (evil government tax) is about 35p per pint. That's 66 cents in tax. By comparison, the french charge about 5p

And the british government then wonders why we all go on 'booze cruises' to europe to stock up.

Oh, and don't get me started on Petrol...

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Old 05-03-2005, 08:01 PM   #19
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Wow thats a good deal. There was a country bar near Toledo Oh called bootleggers that had 25 cent nattys, but the only thing that might compare around columbus is this hole in the wall bar, not too popular with students but it has it's loyal follwing. Anyways, on all saturdays its $6 all you can drink domestic drafts, or $10 all you can drink import drafts, this is all day every saturday except Buckeye football saturdays. With guinness, bass, newcastle, smithwicks, blue moon on tap and a couple others, It's a pretty good deal. Havent taken advantage of it yet, though me and my buddies have talked about it. I think were all a little scared of that "all you can drink" though, we'd starting making bets and such
what place is that? I useta go to byrne's on 3rd for $5 PBR pitchers.
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ok but i've really gotta ask what does a dime pint taste like?



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