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Drake - Answered a Question by Smith (27 May 08 22:41)

Answers 2 and 4 are a bit "Smart Alec" to me. We're on this cruise in June 2008 and I am a confirmed Cyderholic. I live in Bournemouth where I can buy Vodka - I'm not Russian - I can buy Budweiser I'm not a Yank This is supposed to be a 4 star Yankee ship isn't it.Perhaps they should live a little. like "Life beyond Baseball" To be honest I've cruised a few times before (watching my budget - unashamedly) and I am fed up with being taken to the cleaners over having a drink whilst on board. The same applies to poor value so called Organised Trips ashore. Barry (grumpy old git - British.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Smith (07 Aug 07 19:42)

If you mean "real ale" or "scrumpy" the answer is no. So why not live a little and explore the drinks from the rest of the world. Princess run an American style operation so when in Rome (or Oslo).....Neil Dow.

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henwood - Answered a Question by Smith (08 Aug 07 12:16)

Having cruised on Grand Princess in July, the answer is no. American and german beers only. The present rate of exchange made drinks that were available very good value.

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Jones - Answered a Question by Smith (08 Aug 07 13:03)

I've not come across any cruises where real ale or cider are served. Best go to Somerset!!

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Lancashire - Answered a Question by Smith (10 Aug 07 19:22)

I've been on the Dawn Princess and they served Fosters in a can.

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Drake - Answered a Question by Smith (27 May 08 22:49)

You can get Strongbow on P&O ships.

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