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Supermarket deals 'no threat' to pubs

Festive atmosphere pulls in punters - CAMRA

Cut-price deals in supermarkets for alcohol are causing some concern in Britain's pub trade this Christmas.

It's being reported that some stores are selling lager for the equivalent of just 64 pence a pint.

Angela Aspin from the Isle of Man branch of CAMRA doesn't feel the cheap booze in supermarkets will put punters off going to the pub.

She says it's an issue all year round - not just during the festive period.
 

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