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knapman - Answered a Question by Clayton (13 Sep 08 07:06)

Went on Island Escape May 07 and have the bar menu it say Draught beer Boddingtons 1/2 pint £1.45 pint £2.55 stella artois 1/2 £1.55 pint £2.65 national and international beers heineken, heineken light, san miguel, corona fosters, stella £2.40 pint john smith, newcastle brown ale, guinness. £2.70 pint non alcoholic £2.30 pint ciders. Strongbow and woodpecker £2.55 pint if you want spirits or cocktails etc etc please get in touch. Sally.

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Clayton - replied to knapman (13 Sep 08 11:17)

Thank you very much for your answer - it was most helpful for our friends who are cruising with us later this year!

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