Drinkers in North Lincolnshire braced for rise in beer prices

Drinkers in North Lincolnshire braced for rise in beer prices
 

Drinkers in North Lincolnshire are bracing themselves for a potential 10p-a-pint rise in the spring.
It will be a treble whammy caused by a pay rise for bar staff and increases from brewery suppliers and in council tax.
Andy Crellin, secretary of the Mill Road Club at Ashby, said breweries had all put up the cost of beer by an average of five-and-a-half pence a pint.
The committee had vowed to hold the prices of all draught beers at the current levels of between £2.20 and £2.70 a pint until the annual general meeting on March 31.
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20 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 39
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