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Free father's day pint at black horse

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neoneuc Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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mtor609
I guess the black horse is YOUR local...
That's why it's getting colder

I'm happy to send my Father there though... SO long as it's not my local :)
I guess the black horse is YOUR local...
That's why it's getting colder
free pint and it's getting cold votes... you guys are nuts lol
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Free Drink at Ember Inns

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Download the Ember Inns app to your phone. Sign up in the app to receive a free pint of beer, gin or glass of wine. The free drink QR code will then show in your wallet. After receiving your free s… Read More
Download the Ember Inns app to your phone. Sign up in the app to receive a free pint of beer, gin or glass of wine. The free drink QR code will then show in your wallet. After receiving your free s…
Ivanka Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Thanks Ivanka, used this with friends 5 times each and saved ourselves £80.
Ivanka
Drink choices are limited guys.
Ember Inn Pale Ale
Hop House 13
Gin and Tonic
Small glass of wine
Soft drink
Draught soft drink so doesn't include J20
Mr.Deal,

Drink 2 no glasses
D3 no tash
D4 no nose
D5 only you
D6 put it all back on again.
Drink choices are limited guys.

Ember Inn Pale Ale
Hop House 13
Gin and Tonic
Small glass of wine
Soft drink
Free pint of gin please:{
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FREE pint for armed forces personnel @ Ember Inns On Remembrance Sunday for current and veteran Army, Navy or RAF members

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Serving and former members of the armed forces can print a voucher from Ember Inns for a totally free pint of cask ale, including Adnam's Wherry, American Classic IPA and Gingersnap (usually £3-£3.50i… Read More
Serving and former members of the armed forces can print a voucher from Ember Inns for a totally free pint of cask ale, including Adnam's Wherry, American Classic IPA and Gingersnap (usually £3-£3.50i…
Chanchi32 Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago16 Comments
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Oh right. My bad. I completely misunderstood this.
m4rouf
Is this how they're spending the poppy donation money? I think it would've been better to give a free meal or a perfume gift set or something. I'm not complaining though, these people deserve something in return.

No, this is a free pint for serving and veteran Armed Forces, offered by the company that runs all the Ember Inns. It's nothing to do with donation money or money from the Poppy Appeal.
Is this how they're spending the poppy donation money? I think it would've been better to give a free meal or a perfume gift set or something. I'm not complaining though, these people deserve something in return.
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Paddy_o_furniture
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Free beer - yay! Gotta go over 40 miles to the nearest pub - not yay.

Heat anyway. Nice to see companies starting to think about Forces personnel at last.

What do you mean "at last"? Hundreds of companies across the country all offer discounts to the armed forces - many of which are far more valuable than one pint of ale.

Nothing like the Americans do in support of their services. And it's a relatively recent thing too. Even the 'official' discount service has to be paid for! I know that I didn't once pick up a discount for anything when I served for years, and in many cases (like car and home insurance) it actually cost me more.

That's because Americans tend to blindly worship their armed forces. And insurance is completely different anyway because premiums are based on risks - unlike places like pubs where it costs the same price to supply a pint to a nun as it does to supply one to a boy-racer.

Not that I see why the military should get special discounts anyway - but that's a whole other can of worms!

There are many other countries - and businesses that operate in such countries - who also appreciate what those who serve them do, and risk in doing so.

It's nice to see a little token of appreciation is all I'm saying. "Blind worship" doesn't come into it. Can't you just be happy that those who have risked their lives can at least get a free pint from a pub on Remembrance Sunday of all days?

I'm not in the mood to argue, especially over something like this at this time of year. ;)

It doesn't bother me either way. Although the cynic in me just sees it as a PR stunt (after that one drink they'll be buying more - plus any non-serving friends/family who came with them will be buying them), if they're happy with it then good.

Be as cynical as you like. Nothing is ever really free, after all.

Many employees get discounts from their place of work or schemes (say Tesco, PC World, or thousands of others); card carrying Union members can get arranged discounts; other public servants such as the Fire and Police service have a variety of discounts and freebies, so is it not nice that those with the most dangerous job of all can also get the odd freebie or discount too?

As for insurance and risk, yes, but it's still jarring to pay extra for serving your country, plus having to buy extra units of cover as the disability, loss of digits, loss of limbs and death in service payments are so woeful. There are also many other examples, such as paying Council Tax for vacant properties whilst serving overseas; paying tax on your salary when on operations and even if you're not in the UK for over half of the financial year; increased prices or lack of service for products as you couldn't tie in to longer contracts (or even minimum length ones), companies unwilling to deliver to BFPO addresses and not understanding shadow addresses, blah blah blah.

It's just nice to see an offer such as this on remembrance Day. Anyone who thinks otherwise needs their head checking. I'm not even serving any longer, I'll be nowhere near any of these pubs, nor could I get my 'free pint' anyway as I don't have the veterans' lapel pin badge. I can still appreciate the sentiment of it regardless of whether it is also a good vibe marketing exercise or not.

Top, top post.
Get your badge free from: http://www.veterans-uk.info/vets_badge/vets_badge.htm

Ta. :)

And talk about timing... My lapel badge tipped up in the post an hour ago! :D
I'm on to my 2nd badge (which was free) as I lost my first last remembrance Sunday.
Paddy_o_furniture
rick77
callum9999
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callum9999
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rick77
Free beer - yay! Gotta go over 40 miles to the nearest pub - not yay.

Heat anyway. Nice to see companies starting to think about Forces personnel at last.

What do you mean "at last"? Hundreds of companies across the country all offer discounts to the armed forces - many of which are far more valuable than one pint of ale.

Nothing like the Americans do in support of their services. And it's a relatively recent thing too. Even the 'official' discount service has to be paid for! I know that I didn't once pick up a discount for anything when I served for years, and in many cases (like car and home insurance) it actually cost me more.

That's because Americans tend to blindly worship their armed forces. And insurance is completely different anyway because premiums are based on risks - unlike places like pubs where it costs the same price to supply a pint to a nun as it does to supply one to a boy-racer.

Not that I see why the military should get special discounts anyway - but that's a whole other can of worms!

There are many other countries - and businesses that operate in such countries - who also appreciate what those who serve them do, and risk in doing so.

It's nice to see a little token of appreciation is all I'm saying. "Blind worship" doesn't come into it. Can't you just be happy that those who have risked their lives can at least get a free pint from a pub on Remembrance Sunday of all days?

I'm not in the mood to argue, especially over something like this at this time of year. ;)

It doesn't bother me either way. Although the cynic in me just sees it as a PR stunt (after that one drink they'll be buying more - plus any non-serving friends/family who came with them will be buying them), if they're happy with it then good.

Be as cynical as you like. Nothing is ever really free, after all.

Many employees get discounts from their place of work or schemes (say Tesco, PC World, or thousands of others); card carrying Union members can get arranged discounts; other public servants such as the Fire and Police service have a variety of discounts and freebies, so is it not nice that those with the most dangerous job of all can also get the odd freebie or discount too?

As for insurance and risk, yes, but it's still jarring to pay extra for serving your country, plus having to buy extra units of cover as the disability, loss of digits, loss of limbs and death in service payments are so woeful. There are also many other examples, such as paying Council Tax for vacant properties whilst serving overseas; paying tax on your salary when on operations and even if you're not in the UK for over half of the financial year; increased prices or lack of service for products as you couldn't tie in to longer contracts (or even minimum length ones), companies unwilling to deliver to BFPO addresses and not understanding shadow addresses, blah blah blah.

It's just nice to see an offer such as this on remembrance Day. Anyone who thinks otherwise needs their head checking. I'm not even serving any longer, I'll be nowhere near any of these pubs, nor could I get my 'free pint' anyway as I don't have the veterans' lapel pin badge. I can still appreciate the sentiment of it regardless of whether it is also a good vibe marketing exercise or not.

Top, top post.
Get your badge free from: http://www.veterans-uk.info/vets_badge/vets_badge.htm

Ta. :)

And talk about timing... My lapel badge tipped up in the post an hour ago! :D
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Kids' meals, £1.00 this Easter @ Ember inns

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This Easter, we're laying on an eggs-tra value offer you can hatch again and again. Simply eat at your local Ember between Friday 22nd March till Sunday 14th April and we'll feed your kids for just £1… Read More
This Easter, we're laying on an eggs-tra value offer you can hatch again and again. Simply eat at your local Ember between Friday 22nd March till Sunday 14th April and we'll feed your kids for just £1…
gerrymig Avatar4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago2 Comments
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never heard of ember inn
dont know about your local, but mine isn't even worth the £1.
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Ember Pub & Dining free desserts

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Ember Pub & Dining are offering free desserts just for simply signing up to their newsletters. They are quite gastro type places so the desserts are very nice. Worth around £3-£4 each and redeemable w… Read More
Ember Pub & Dining are offering free desserts just for simply signing up to their newsletters. They are quite gastro type places so the desserts are very nice. Worth around £3-£4 each and redeemable w…
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Kids eat free at Ember Inns and Ember Pub & Dining

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Great little deal before the kids holidays are over :-) Kids eat free from the kids menu with an adult dining from the main menu. These brands do very nice pub food, we've never had any reason to comp… Read More
Great little deal before the kids holidays are over :-) Kids eat free from the kids menu with an adult dining from the main menu. These brands do very nice pub food, we've never had any reason to comp…
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Kids eat free at Ember

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Visit us between now and 31st July 2012 and your kids can eat for free with each adult purchasing a main meal. To take advantage simply: Search for your local Ember using the box below Read More
Visit us between now and 31st July 2012 and your kids can eat for free with each adult purchasing a main meal. To take advantage simply: Search for your local Ember using the box below
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2 for 1 meal deal at Ember Inns

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No need to hibernate in January, join us at Ember Inns to beat the winter blues - and dine out for much less with our fantastic 2-for-1 offer throughout the month. •Choose from 9 delicious main meal… Read More
No need to hibernate in January, join us at Ember Inns to beat the winter blues - and dine out for much less with our fantastic 2-for-1 offer throughout the month. •Choose from 9 delicious main meal…
efc1878 Avatar6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago4 Comments
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Dont bother just been to the Harrow in Hornchurch to be told that the offer finishes at 5pm despite the offer cards still being on all the tables at 6.15 what a waste of time
These are lovely pubs where I live and no under 14's allowed in so nice and calm
I have not tested this yet but apparently if you go in a group of 3 the third person can have their meal for half price.
Thanks :)
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Dine before 5pm (Monday to Saturday) - 2 Meals for Just £7.00! @ Ember Inns

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You can choose your two favourite meals from... Scampi and Chips 8oz Gammon Steak Naked Gourmet Burger Grilled Chicken Breast Chicken and Bacon Salad Naked Chicken Burger Beef Lasagne Fish an… Read More
You can choose your two favourite meals from... Scampi and Chips 8oz Gammon Steak Naked Gourmet Burger Grilled Chicken Breast Chicken and Bacon Salad Naked Chicken Burger Beef Lasagne Fish an…
goldenboot Avatar7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago10 Comments
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Do they really not allow kids, at least during the daytime? Shame.

That's correct - they try to maintain an 'adult environment'. Based on my experience of Tesco today a child-free oasis is very welcome. Some kids may be well behaved but I sense the majority of parents don't understand / don't care! Sorry if that's not you but you will still know exactly what I mean.
Do they really not allow kids, at least during the daytime? Shame.
This is a very old offer which has recently been extended for a short while. Good pubs, OK food but 'before 5pm' pretty much limits it to lunch. Offers at Beefeater, etc. are much more flexible.

Not voting cold, just another perspective.
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As usual it's sod you if you're a vegetarian. Macaroni cheese is revolting.


Then just eat meat?
I have used The Sussex Cricketer at Hove on several occasions and found it a pleasant experience; good food, good value and friendly. My mother lives nearby and always enjoys lunch there - she is 90 on 4 August and will almost certainly be celebrating it there! The pub adjoins the cricket ground and customers can use the car park there on non-match days - very useful in an area where street parking is not easy.

The website also shows a two-for-one offer on other main meals (discount code given after signing-up for newsletter) but this expires on 31 July.
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2 for 1 Voucher @ Ember Inns

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Might be of use to some people. Ember Inns currently has an offer on 2 for 1 on all Gourmet Burgers and also a selection of their menu: Succulent 8oz Gammon Steak Traditional Fish & Chips Emb… Read More
Might be of use to some people. Ember Inns currently has an offer on 2 for 1 on all Gourmet Burgers and also a selection of their menu: Succulent 8oz Gammon Steak Traditional Fish & Chips Emb…
johnraggett Avatar8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago7 Comments
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My local Ember Inn is a great pub (friendly staff, good atmosphere and always a good selection of real ales) and the food is pretty good too. I sympathise with andywedge re the ban on under 14s but I have to say that the absence of kids does add enormously to the place. Your son may be fine but many kids in pubs aren't - parents' fault, not the kids'.
Don't balme ya.
johnraggett;3505934
I've seen kids in the ones around me before, but I suppose it's down to the manager though.

Was on their website, so I didn't want to risk the trek and be turned away
andywedge;3497746
Was gonna go with my wife and son for a meal....only to find they don't allow children (under 14) so we shall eat elsewhere then!!!!

Still a good find though, if you don't have kids.


I've seen kids in the ones around me before, but I suppose it's down to the manager though.
nice, the pie aint bad for a few quid
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2 for1 on Gourmet Burgers at Ember Inn's - Collect voucher in selected newspapers

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To celebrate the launch of our fantastic Gourmet Burger range, we are running a national and regional press promotion offering 2 for 1 on all Gourmet Burgers and a selection of other Main Dishes for a… Read More
To celebrate the launch of our fantastic Gourmet Burger range, we are running a national and regional press promotion offering 2 for 1 on all Gourmet Burgers and a selection of other Main Dishes for a…
Gem_whl Avatar8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago7 Comments
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Lol, yeah that too. haha nice spot :oops:
Babbabooey;3367894
while that is a similar voucher and well worth having, rep for posting, the OP one can be used any day/time uptil December.


Plus the OP voucher is for the Gourmet Burger range at Ember Inns and not the Gourmet Burger restaurant.


while that is a similar voucher and well worth having, rep for posting, the OP one can be used any day/time uptil December.
MCH1;3367368
that burger looks so good right now.


I know, beats my ham sandwich!