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Beers on the drinks list include Swansea's Tomos Watkin and Boston's Samuel Adams and you can bring your own wine, but we opted for their vegan house red, a bottle of cherry-toned La Serrana Tempranillo.
Included in the more than 70 changes: salons, spas and movie theatres will be eligible for special use liquor permits, restaurants will be able to offer Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW) service to customers, eligibility for off-sale endorsements will be expanded; and increased flexibility for golf courses and sports stadiums.
The evening, where you can bring your own wine, costs pounds 15 - but you get a pounds 2 discount if you walk or cycle.
At first I thought it was because it was just pounds 12 for two courses - and you could bring your own wine.
And they are most accommodating if you bring your own wine.
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You can come with the family, get a pizza and salad, bring your own wine.
Instead of forcing you to buy the house selection, many venues will allow you to pay corkage and bring your own wine, which you can buy in bulk elsewhere.