9 CASC Aberdeen What does CASC stand for Cigars

first_img9. CASC, AberdeenWhat does CASC stand for? Cigars. Ale. Scotch. Coffee. Of course, this place has it in abundance. They scrawl their lengthy list of brews across chalkboards so you can take your pick of lagers, stouts and ciders from all over the world; starting at £2.30 3. Sandbar, ManchesterSandbar is sandwiched between two University buildings, so you’d expect low prices and cheap pub grub. However, their ‘cheap pub grub’ comes in the form of 12-hour brisket, stone baked pizzas and pesto gnocchi – perfect with one of the guest ales, with pints from £2.70. More: 7 of the best places to go drinking in EuropeNot into beer? Here are 10 of the world’s sexiest barsReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map 5. The Jewel of the Severn, ShropshireAt this spoons pub the name of the game is cheap and cheerful, but the locals seem to love it and the meal deals are on most nights of the week. Brilliant for a quick pint and a bite to eat, especially with pints from £1.75. Related7 cities where you’ll find the cheapest beer in EuropeFrom cheap ales in Budapest to free wine in Paris, in honour of National Beer Day (15th June) we’ve got seven ideas for city breaks in Europe where your pounds will buy you more pints. Beer we go, then!7 things to do in Dublin for under a fiver7 places to make your stay in the capital of the Emerald Isle a bit more wallet-friendly.7 cheapest flights of the week – all under £25 return7 countries, 7 flights, 7 total bargains – we find you the seven most ridiculously low-priced return flights on the web this week. 7. The Palace, LeedsThe majority of major cities fell into the 3 – 4 price bracket, leaving them well out of our list. However, Leeds’ is student central, which means the prices can still be relatively low. The Palace, in Kirkgate, serves up traditional favourites as well as microbrews, and a welcoming pub atmosphere. They even do pints for a pound if you sign up to the Hop Circle. 6. Beer House, Bury St EdmundsWhen PintPrice ordered regions of the UK according to the cost of a pint in said regions, Bury St Edmunds came out at number 1 at a shocking 99 pence a pint. Whilst no one knows where this mythical pint price came from, the prices in local taverns are still far cheaper than neighbouring honeypot, Cambridge. Whatever the prices, the Beer House’s 1286-strong ‘beer count‘ is impressive.center_img The average price of a pint in the UK now stands at £3, but this figure rockets up to an average of £3.65 in London. On the other end of the spectrum, you can get a pint for a pound in Bury St Edmonds, and Bridgend – but we can’t guarantee the quality of watering hole. We have picked a selection of great pubs with pints under £3.1. Princess Louise, LondonThis traditional Victorian alehouse has retained most of its original features, giving it a “Sherlock Holmes” vibe. Although they don’t serve the traditional names, you’ll find a mix of ales from the Sam Smith Brewery (Yorkshire) for under three quid (£2.85 in fact). 2. The Society Room, GlasgowYes, it’s a JD Wetherspoons, but If you’re happy enough with the Curry Club, this is the place for a cheap pint. And if this particular JDW is not to your taste, there are four more within 0.3 miles staggering distance, including the Counting House for last orders if you’re heading home from Queen’s Street station. 10. Hope & Anchor, TenbyPembrokeshire is a beautiful part of the UK, and the herds of tourists visiting scooch up the prices in local country pubs. However, Hope & Anchor have managed to keep their simple pub grub, and their beer, good value. 8. The Centurion, Newcastle Upon TyneThere was once a time when train travel was considered a luxury…no, really. Although we might not have kept that culture, The Centurion certainly has. Situated within walking distance of central station, the former first class passenger lounge is a flagsheep pub for Black Sheep Bitter, and usually carries a few guest ales from microbreweries. 4. The Constant Service, BrightonThe Lanes of Brighton are a maze, so it’s easy to get trapped in one of the pricier pubs. If you can manage to find the Constant Service, you’ll be able to find some knockd-down deals if you time it for happy hour in this warm and inviting English pub that does a fine line in hog roasts in summer.last_img