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    So as per Reue's post, they're not actually pushing up the price of alcohol.

    Panic over, I guess.
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    As long as I can still get my full English and a pint then I'm not too fussed.

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    (Original post by Drunk Punx)
    So as per Reue's post, they're not actually pushing up the price of alcohol.

    Panic over, I guess.
    It says they're not pushing up the price of beers, which makes sense. I can see them putting the price of spirits and postmix up slightly.
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    (Original post by IanDangerously)
    It says they're not pushing up the price of beers, which makes sense. I can see them putting the price of spirits and postmix up slightly.
    True. I should've specified.
    Though I'm sure the sensationalist rag that's being used as a source would've included any price hikes in drinks... then again, this is The Mirror. Quality journalism isn't exactly a strong point of theirs.
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    It's called business. Most of you can choose to eat and drink elsewhere if you don't like it.
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    Just microwave a ready meal from tesco if you want the wetherspoons experience.
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    (Original post by Blondie987)
    Nope, now Freddos on the other hand
    It's like 25p now right? I remember when it used to be 5p.

    The world has truly gone mad.
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    (Original post by Death Grips)
    It's like 25p now right? I remember when it used to be 5p.

    The world has truly gone mad.
    I know right! Those were the days
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    damn, spoons does great food
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    I've never been before,how much is the price increase?
    I'm shocked a company which pretty much now owns a pub on every high street across the country wants to capitalize on their superior competitive advantage?!

    THE HORROR

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    Lloyds bars are run by spoons, not yates.

    Spoons stopping sunday roasts didnt go down well either.
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    Miffed about the roasts as I genuinely saw nothing between them and their £20 gastro brethren.

    Glad to see the beer isn't really going up though.

    I was sad to see that a fair few close to me are being sold though... probably to be converted to more expensive versions of themselves. My old local has already gone.
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    I've never been to Wetherspoons actually, is it any good?
    I found the food to be pretty tasty but with way too many calories. I gained weight because I went to Spoons specifically for the honey glaze sauce. It was that addicting.

    Now that I made a copycat sauce at home, the honey glaze is no longer a reason for going to Spoons.

    (Original post by Gherk)
    Just microwave a ready meal from tesco if you want the wetherspoons experience.
    It took asking in a few forums to get a copycat recipe for the honey glaze sauce. Bottled sauces just didn't taste the same so I had to go and make it myself in the kitchen.

    The challenge was to get the syrypy texture by carefully monitoring the sauce so it doesn't boil over.
 
 
 
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