Saturday, 10 October 2009

Twother or not twother?

Well, I’ve concluded my poll on whether allowing two-thirds of a pint measures of draught beer is a good idea. There were 58 responses, broken down as follows:

Good idea: 19 (33%)
Bad idea: 24 (41%)
Agnostic: 15 (26%)

So mixed opinions there, with the antis slightly shading the pros. As I’ve said before, I see no reason why the measure shouldn’t be allowed, and if it takes off I expect I’ll use it. But I suspect the innate conservatism of drinkers and licensees will prevail. We shall see...

1 comment:

  1. For what it's worth, I think a little bit of flexibility in the serve measure should be allowed. I do think that making the customer fully aware of the measure that is used is also important.

    Passing off a twofer as a pint should be punished.


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