Franconia Beer Message Board

Posted by Jason on 2021-06-25 03:03:32
Schlenkerla have now raised their prices from 3,40 - 3,60 per seidla. I know that for many around the world this remains 'cheap' so I think we can avoid a 'our prices are higher than yours exchange' but it's getting a bit ridiculous. It was only a few years ago it crossed the EUR3 barrier. I'm aware of the costs of COVID, at least as a layman. 

At what point though do you raise them to a point that people drink less and therefore it backfires? Or that people do not tip? There has barely been any inflation for years so people aren't necessarily earning more. Although I am not one of them, it does put me off drinking in the city.

A friend of mine told me the Chinese Tower in Munich is now charging over EUR10 for a Maß. Surely these sort of prices will drive people away, especially when bottled beer remains so cheap. 

Maybe I'm overreacting. Or maybe it's time for another beer war. 
   Prices by Rio on  2021-06-26 01:31:54
     Prices by Rio on  2021-06-26 01:40:26
   Prices by Mark Andersen on  2021-06-26 03:19:20
   Prices by JohnRatcliffe on  2021-06-27 05:18:44
     Prices by Jason  on  2021-06-27 08:52:31
       Prices by AndyH on  2021-08-20 03:26:33
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