What would you pay for a beer?
There are different ways of saying it and whether you think craft beer bars are expensive or not, the bar staff have a duty to tell you how much a pint of beer costs if they think it will cause a problem.
For instance, the staff at The Rake and Tap East are instructed to tell customers, especially those who aren't regulars, how much the beer will cost them and generally also ask if that's alright. Regulars usually know when something will be pricey and even they will welcome the warning sometimes.
|£7.23 at Olympic venues - don't say you weren't warned.|
Some people react like tossers and treat the bar staff like servants, waiving them and their warning away.
So where do you draw the line?
So how much is too much?
How high is the price where you complain you weren't warned about it?