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Grand National drinks prices leave punters furious as shocking cost of Guinness spotted

Grand National drinks prices leave punters furious as shocking cost of Guinness spotted

The Grand National takes place on Saturday and the drinks prices are once again causing a serious stir.

The Grand National drinks prices are once again causing a huge stir online ahead of the Aintree event.

The biggest race in the horse racing calendar takes place at 5:30pm on Saturday, following on from 'Ladies Day' the day before.

Thousands are set to flock to the Merseyside course but the cost of alcohol beverages are unsurprisingly bringing plenty of outrage.

According to The Mirror, citing prices from the Revolution bar, draught beers like Pravha, Madri, Aspall Suffolk Cyder cost £7.50, with 330ml cans of Staropramen coming in slightly cheaper at £7.

Those who like a good Guinness will have to pay £7.50 for a can, while a bottle of Prosecco is a whopping £46.

Image: Getty
Image: Getty

A bottle of wine, whether red, rose or white, is a tad less costly at £37.50, with a single serving costing £9.50.

Anyone feeling a bit boujie can purchase a bottle of Gobillard Brut Champagne for £85 and you're looking at 9 for a single spirit and mixer.

Rekorderlig cans in the wild berries flavour set you back £6.50 but it's the cocktails which could bring about bankruptcy.

All seven, ranging from Espresso Martini to Red Rum Dark and Stormy, are extortionately priced at £13.

Here are the prices in full:

Draught/ Cans

Pravha - £7.50

Madri - £7.50

Guinness - £7.50

Atlantic Pale Ale - £7.50

Aspall Suffolk Cyder - £7.50

Staropramen - £7


Pornstar Frozini - £13

Espresso Martini - £13

Strawberry Woo Woo - £13

Strawberry Mule - £13

Gin n Juice - £13

Paloma - £13

Red Rum Dark and Stormy - £13

Revolutions flavoured shots

Single shot - £4.50

Six shot stick - £27


Single spirit - £6.75

Mixers - £2.75

Wine/ Sparkling

Wine - can £9.50 , bottle 37.50


Gobillard Brut Champagne - £85


Prosecco - £46

The 30-fence race features a drastic change this year, as the amount of runners has been reduced to 34 from 40.

The winner will pocket £561,300, with second getting £211,100 and third taking home £105,500.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Horse Racing