Wetherspoon pubs across the UK are today (Friday 6 September) cutting the price of a pint.
The pubs have reduced the price of a pint of real ale by an average of 20p. The move is the latest Wetherspoon promotion linked to Brexit, with pro-leave chairman Tim Martin (pictured) using the price cut to raise awareness of his views on business tariffs on EU imports.
More than 600 of the company’s pubs are now serving a pint of Greene King’s Ruddles for £1.69. A further 160 pubs will be offering a pint for £1.59 or below, including 36 pubs which will be serving a pint for £1.39.
The remaining pubs will serve a pint between £1.99 and £2.89, depending on the individual pub’s location. This includes pubs in Central London.