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Pub Goers Trade Home Grown Produce for Beer to Beat Credit Crunch

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money.co.uk

Barter is alive and well and at work in Norfolk.

Pub manager and brain child of the popular scheme, Cloe Wasey, enthused “We find the home-grown stuff is often much better than what we can get from the suppliers. When we get the good stuff, and it gets on to the specials board, it’s brilliant.”

Odd turn of phrase that – I think they meant that is was her idea. But I would love to see somethign similar start here. Though I bet the needle nosers from Revenue Canada would have something to say about it.

Written by Stephen Rees

August 15, 2008 at 4:32 pm

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