So, looks like Cookie is right and Dredge is wrong? Maybe not, but a great vid. Like the presenter.
In the Czech context, most definitely not. Pilsner Urquell averages 35kc for 0.4l while the infinitely superior Kout na Sumave is about 25kc for 0.5l.
It just tastes more.
If beer is more expensive, I'm more critical of it. If it costs buttons, I'm much more forgiving. If it's free I can't fault it.
Interesting. The price of beer in a pub is determined not by the product but what the market can bear. This is why a pint of warm flat lager sold in a noisy crowded town center will cost you far more than a proper pint of real ale in any other venue.
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