I’m sure by now you know what Corkage fee is for those who don’t this what Wikipedia says
| Corkage  some establishments that sell alcoholic beverages for on-site consumption, such as bars or restaurants, May also allow patrons to bring their own alcohol purchased from elsewhere. That alcohol is usually subject to an opening fee. |
Or what you are charged when the bouncer catches you with ‘Drinks from outside inside a bar or club’ most University student understands what that means 😉
Anyho, I have been scouring the internet looking for places where you are allowed to carry your Jamie, Jonny, Jack [Note to thyself], Smirnoff or any other kind of drink you wish and how much it might cost you. This is most important for those planning weekend getaway, a cheaper option to get with a rich experience, or you just want to have your home made liquor in peace.
We all love list form and here we go:
Location – Keserian – in a land far far far away from Rongai
Corkage fee – ranges from 0 to 300 depending on what you are carrying or how good you are at sneaking stuff in.
Location – Yes the one along Ngong rd
Event – bring your own wine on Mondays
Corkage fee – Minimum spend of Kshs 1000 on either drinks or food, for the non-corkage to be applicable.
Outdoor, water rafting, camping, adventures and team building activities,
Location – sagana, Muranga road
Corkage fee – small fee (their words)
Two hour of sunset
A bi monthly Outdoor event
Location – changes with event
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Location : Kiambu rd
Corkage fee – zero
Not forgetting the monthly event blankets and wine where you are allowed to bring one bottle of wine to the event.