How good does the most expensive pint in Britain actually taste?

 

The world is an expensive place

How much would you spend on a pint of beer? Depends on where you live most likely, but it’s safe to say that the majority of British people would draw the line at around £7, which itself is ludicrous.

But what if we told you that there is a pint of alcoholic liquid that would set you back more than £20-per-pint? No, this is not some cruel prank we’re playing on you ahead of pints actually costing that much after a no deal Brexit, it is in fact the real price of a pint of a particular stout in London.

The rare stout is quite strong – 12 percent – so it traditionally comes in sizes like a third, or a half of a pint, but travelled down to see how good probably the most expensive pint in Britain actually tastes.

Spoiler alert: it’s probably not worth the money.

Source: How good does the most expensive pint in Britain actually taste? | JOE.co.uk

The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain perform an awesome “Pinball Wizard”

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Yes, I prefer this version to the original, but then I actually like haggis. The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain have been playing together since 1985, though the group lineup has changed several times over the years. One constant over the past thirty years is the ubiquitous strum of the (wait for it…) ukulele.

The band has recorded the Sex Pistol’s “Anarchy in the UK” and Issac Hayes’ classic “Theme from Shaft,” as well as Tchaikovsky, Nirvana and Ennio Morricone (search out their performance of “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.”)

Need a last minute stocking-stuffer for the holiday? Don’t buy Arcade Fire – purchase one of The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain’s four CDs available on their official website