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geez for 6 people you certainly didnt eat much
I totally agree! I was there a few weeks ago (checked out Little Creatures and Sail & Anchor) and whoa expensive!!Don't buy beer in Perth. A normal pint price is $10-12 now with stubbies $8-10 dollars. Some of the East coast guys come over to visit and complain they need to take out a second mortgage just to buy a round. Makes home brewing so much more pleasant.
A bit :icon_offtopic:...but would a few bottles of my own homebrew be covered under BYO?I certainly won't be going there.
Plenty of competition in Thai or Indian reataurants around the place. Plenty of these are even BYO so you can bring your own 6 pack of LCPA for not much more than the price of 1 at Absynthe!
Depends on what they allow as BYO. Within reason, BYO can be whatever the venue deems ok, though is mostly wine and increasingly beer. It's interesting what venues do though with their capability under BYO or corkage. I've taken bottles of wine from 750ml - 5L and beers the same. Mini kegs, 9L kegs and one place even let us set up a 50L commerical keg with a picnic pump (and only charged $2 pp "byo fee").A bit :icon_offtopic:...but would a few bottles of my own homebrew be covered under BYO?
I take homebrew most places when we got out for dinner - only drama I've ever had was at an Indian place that was a no-alcohol venue (something religious I believe) - they made me keep the bottles under the table andA bit :icon_offtopic:...but would a few bottles of my own homebrew be covered under BYO?