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fernando
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 12:23 on 19th Feb 2013

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Big and Bald Wrote:
http://www.odt.co.nz/sport/cricket/246211/cricket-preparations-well-hand-barmy-army

Glad to see they have their preparations in hand but I'm a little concerned about their beer calculations!!

Capacity of 5300, expecting to sell out for the first 3 days is 15900 punters, plus what ever happens on days 4 and 5 so say 20,000 in total and they hope to sell 2000 x 12 = 24000 bottles of beer. That doesn't make sense to me!!!


Well someone can have my beers,as i don't drink in the ground. ;) ;)
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Tractor Boy
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 21:31 on 19th Feb 2013

Joined: 23:46 on 27th Nov 2012
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Very interesting article on the Terrace Bar in wednesday 20th Feb edition of the Otago Daily Times !! How do I claim my cheap beer or do I just tab it!!!
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Gilo
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 22:25 on 19th Feb 2013

Joined: 11:43 on 4th Dec 2008
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I'm assured that they will not run out of the cheap beer (and cider) we qualify by just turning up !
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MrMat
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 21:40 on 19th Feb 2013

Joined: 16:47 on 15th Jul 2008
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Any idea what we can expect in the grounds on the beer front? Hopefully not the mid strength sh**e served up by our convict friends across the water!?
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Gilo
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 00:01 on 20th Feb 2013

Joined: 11:43 on 4th Dec 2008
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Not sure at the moment but it was Export Gold in 2008 at a socialable 4% , but the small bottles of the local wines proved to be both popular and cost effective !
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Bikini
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 03:53 on 21st Feb 2013

Joined: 00:15 on 17th Jun 2008
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MrMat Wrote:
Any idea what we can expect in the grounds on the beer front? Hopefully not the mid strength sh**e served up by our convict friends across the water!?


The ODI and T20 have had Tui, another local beer thats not too bad, wine is available also. Tui are a main sponsor of the black caps and so I assume this will be similar at the tests. Full strength though :)
There was one bar at the Wellington T20 serving everything but that was at the westpac arena not the basin.
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Geeza
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 07:44 on 21st Feb 2013

Joined: 22:01 on 23rd Apr 2008
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Bikini Wrote:
MrMat Wrote:
Any idea what we can expect in the grounds on the beer front? Hopefully not the mid strength sh**e served up by our convict friends across the water!?


The ODI and T20 have had Tui, another local beer thats not too bad, wine is available also. Tui are a main sponsor of the black caps and so I assume this will be similar at the tests. Full strength though :)
There was one bar at the Wellington T20 serving everything but that was at the westpac arena not the basin.


Yep, will be DB beers, so Tui and Export Gold. Both box standard lagers. Recommend drinking Emersons beers in the evening in Dunedin, natural beers so won't give such a bad hangover.
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blueandy1mac
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 10:43 on 21st Feb 2013

Joined: 12:30 on 14th Jul 2008
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Location: Preston UK
Geeza Wrote:
Bikini Wrote:
MrMat Wrote:
Any idea what we can expect in the grounds on the beer front? Hopefully not the mid strength sh**e served up by our convict friends across the water!?


The ODI and T20 have had Tui, another local beer thats not too bad, wine is available also. Tui are a main sponsor of the black caps and so I assume this will be similar at the tests. Full strength though :)
There was one bar at the Wellington T20 serving everything but that was at the westpac arena not the basin.


Yep, will be DB beers, so Tui and Export Gold. Both box standard lagers. Recommend drinking Emersons beers in the evening in Dunedin, natural beers so won't give such a bad hangover.


I don't believe I've ever had one of those, how do they work ?
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peterw
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 18:00 on 21st Feb 2013

Joined: 23:05 on 21st Jan 2011
Posts: 99
blueandy1mac Wrote:
Geeza Wrote:
Bikini Wrote:
MrMat Wrote:
Any idea what we can expect in the grounds on the beer front? Hopefully not the mid strength sh**e served up by our convict friends across the water!?


The ODI and T20 have had Tui, another local beer thats not too bad, wine is available also. Tui are a main sponsor of the black caps and so I assume this will be similar at the tests. Full strength though :)
There was one bar at the Wellington T20 serving everything but that was at the westpac arena not the basin.


Yep, will be DB beers, so Tui and Export Gold. Both box standard lagers. Recommend drinking Emersons beers in the evening in Dunedin, natural beers so won't give such a bad hangover.


I don't believe I've ever had one of those, how do they work ?


There goes mypromise of not drinking in the day ;)
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whiteensign
Post subject: Re: Dunedin - too early to panic about tickets?
PostPosted: 09:56 on 26th Feb 2013

Joined: 22:13 on 23rd Apr 2008
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Location: Redditch/Sydney
Just looking through my photo's and here's one I took inside the Terrace Bar in Dunedin during the RWC

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