Unit Pricing for Pubs
I recently read a consumerist article in the paper promoting unit pricing on supermarket goods. You know, so you know what your washing powder costs per kilogram, and don't have to do heavy calculations in your head dividing price and quantity.
I reckon we should lobby for unit pricing in pubs, so you know how much you pay per milliletre of alcohol. So, a R10 340ml beer, at 4% alcohol, gives us R1.36/ml alcohol, which is basically what we're there for. Then, a R10 200ml glass of wine, at 12% gives us R2.40/ml. OK, lets stick with beer for value.