Wetherspoons selling pints for just £1.99 in quick-fire ‘festival’ – but be quick

Hundreds of Wetherspoons are selling pints from £1.99 but you will have to be quick, as the astonishing deal lasts just 12 days as part of the real ale festival this week

Wetherspoons pubs are offering huge discounts for a limited time
Wetherspoons pubs are offering huge discounts for a limited time

Pub goers are in for a treat this week as hundreds of Wetherspoons are selling pints for as little as £1.99 – but for a limited time only.

Beer drinkers will be saying “cheers” at more than 820 Wetherspoon pubs across the country that are offering deals this week.

Pints will be available at discounted rates as part of the 12 day real ale festival this week. Punters are advised to check at the bar first as prices will vary from pub to pub.

The festival will feature a selection of ales, including those brewed only using British-grown hop varieties, and run until October 23.

It will also feature several new ales, including some brewed especially for the festival.

Organiser Jen Swindells said: “The festival is a great celebration of real ale all made using only British-grown hop varieties.

Pints will be served at just £1.99 in selected Wetherspoons


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“It will allow us to showcase a selection of superb ales over a 12-day period and support the British hop industry too.

“The hop varieties include Jester, Fuggles, First Gold, Opus, Goldings and Godiver. The ales will be available at great value for money prices.”

Customers can order ales at the bar or from their table using the Wetherspoons app.

The popular boozer is known among its customers for its affordable drinks and food menu, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

It often gives customers the chance to save money at the bar, such as dropping its prices by 7.5 per cent once a year.

Recent offers include discount vouchers offering as much as £100 off food and drink for students.

Wetherspoons offers deals throughout the year


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The real ale festival discount will come as music to people’s ears following recent steep price hikes on food and drink.

Earlier this year, pubs hiked beer prices by 50p with pints in some areas costing as much as £7.

In March, Wetherspoons reportedly added 10p to the cost of a pint and 20p for pubs in London.

But the pub chain’s boss Tim Martin hinted at further hikes, due to the rising price of labour, food and energy bills putting pressure on costs.

Wetherspoons also recently reported a more than £30million loss after confirming plans to sell 32 pubs across the UK.

The pub chain said it is struggling to get punters back into its boozers after the coronavirus lockdown.

Mr Martin said customer habits have changed, with more people choosing to drink at home.

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