PUB giant Wetherspoon is charging nearly twice as much for some of its soft drinks than its beers.
Pints of Magners Cider, Bud Light, Greene King IPA and John Smiths regularly cost just £1.99.
Pub giant Wetherspoon charges TWICE as much for soft drinks than its cheapest beers per pint[/caption]
But a J20 brand juice at £1.89 for 275ml works out at £3.90 a pint.
Even non-branded cranberry, orange and apple juice cost the equivalent of £2.70 a pint.
Pepsi and Whites Lemonda is the equivalent of £2.72 a pint.
Doom Bar bitter is £2.49 a pint, Carlsberg lager is £2.69 a pint, Guinness will cost £3.65 a pint and Stella comes in at £3.75 per pint.
Pints of Magners Cider, Bud Light, Greene King IPA and John Smiths regularly cost just £1.99[/caption]
Most of these are cheaper than at many other city centre pubs and bars.
But it does not do the same cheap price for soft drinks.
Even the government’s recently introduced sugar tax does not affect diet fizzy drinks or fruit juices.
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Martin Isark of researcher Can I Eat it? said: “It reveals that Wetherspoon has a complete disregard for non-drinkers and families with children.”
Pub spokesman Eddie Gershon admitted fruit juice could be costly.
But he added: “Most soft drink cans are £1.09.”
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