Booze: Outrage over off licence that are selling bottles of alcohol for less than the price of a bar of chocolate

Outrage over off licences that are selling bottles of alcohol for less than the price of a bar of chocolate A 275ml bottle of Turbo costs just 39p The Government are currently consulting on plans to introduce a minimum price per unit | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 30 November 2012 Campaign groups have hit out at alcohol sold 'for pocket money' as one of the UK’s largest off licence chains sell bottles of booze for just 39p. As debate rages over the Government’s plan to introduce a minimum price on an alcohol unit, top chain Rhythm and Booze is selling Turbo, a heady four per cent mix of lager and lemonade, for the tiny sum. With a Crunchie costing 69p and a packet of Munchies 82p, drinkers are able to pick up a 275 ml bottle of the alcoholic beverage for a fraction of the price