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Wetherspoon pubs will be slashing 60p off European drinks including Beck's, Peroni and Grey Goose Vodka for a month
  • 'Let's stay friends' offer will run from January 31 to February 29

The 'Let's stay friends' offer will see the cost of drinks from countries such as Germany, France, Spain, Poland, Holland and Ireland go down.

From 1st Feb to February 29, pub-goers will get money off Estrella, from Spain, Beck's, from Germany, Peroni, from Italy, Grey Goose Vodka, from France, and Jameson Irish Whiskey.

The promotion will run across the chain's 870 pubs.

Customers will be able to buy a bottle of Beck's for £1.49, a bottle of Peroni at £1.99, Grey Goose Vodka (175ml and mixer) for £2.99, and a pint of English beer Ruddles for £1.49 at 700 Wetherspoon pubs, but prices may vary at certain branches.
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Well done to spoons.sick of getting ripped off a fiver in other pubs when i go out.
now i only go to spoons unless theres a good band on.

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"let's stay friends" sounds as sincere as when my ex said it
Megamart20/01/2020 10:08

"European drinks"?Becks is brewed in Luton.


Congratulations, you just confirmed to yourself that it is European.
Incoming comments about spoons putting other pubs out of business and so on. I will give a response in advance...

Spoons are a chain who have strict health and safety rules and regulations to stick to. Everything is done by the book meaning the drinks taste exactly as they should do. I've always had an excellent pint of ale at spoons but if by any chance it tastes off, the staff will give you a replacement and take that ale off.

Many privately run/leased pubs just don't stick to the same rules and regulations meaning it's extremely common for beers to taste awful, weather that be with chill haze, poor hygiene or not cleaning the lines properly (Vinegar taste or pipe cleaner). Prices are higher and in the likely event the beer tastes off, you have an argumentative owner to face who won't take kindly to having their beer criticised.

Yes lots of privately run pubs do get things right but in terms of pub closures, 99% of the time its the pubs I described which have only survived for so long because of the regulars who pop in as they are friends with the owner.

The only problem with spoons pubs is how busy they get so tables might have plates left there for a while and the amount of fruit machines in each pub
Megamart20/01/2020 10:08

"European drinks"?Becks is brewed in Luton.


Which is in Europe
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Thanks for sharing
"let's stay friends" sounds as sincere as when my ex said it
Love Wetherspoons, well the one in my town anyway. Great value for a family meal with pizza and a drink or burger and a drink.
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Incoming comments about spoons putting other pubs out of business and so on. I will give a response in advance...

Spoons are a chain who have strict health and safety rules and regulations to stick to. Everything is done by the book meaning the drinks taste exactly as they should do. I've always had an excellent pint of ale at spoons but if by any chance it tastes off, the staff will give you a replacement and take that ale off.

Many privately run/leased pubs just don't stick to the same rules and regulations meaning it's extremely common for beers to taste awful, weather that be with chill haze, poor hygiene or not cleaning the lines properly (Vinegar taste or pipe cleaner). Prices are higher and in the likely event the beer tastes off, you have an argumentative owner to face who won't take kindly to having their beer criticised.

Yes lots of privately run pubs do get things right but in terms of pub closures, 99% of the time its the pubs I described which have only survived for so long because of the regulars who pop in as they are friends with the owner.

The only problem with spoons pubs is how busy they get so tables might have plates left there for a while and the amount of fruit machines in each pub
"European drinks"?

Becks is brewed in Luton.
buckfast67uk20/01/2020 10:07

Love Wetherspoons, well the one in my town anyway. Great value for a …Love Wetherspoons, well the one in my town anyway. Great value for a family meal with pizza and a drink or burger and a drink.heat


i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but then i saw your user name
Megamart20/01/2020 10:08

"European drinks"?Becks is brewed in Luton.


Congratulations, you just confirmed to yourself that it is European.
Megamart20/01/2020 10:08

"European drinks"?Becks is brewed in Luton.


Which is in Europe
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Sparkz2k1620/01/2020 10:08

Incoming comments about spoons putting other pubs out of business and so …Incoming comments about spoons putting other pubs out of business and so on. I will give a response in advance...Spoons are a chain who have strict health and safety rules and regulations to stick to. Everything is done by the book meaning the drinks taste exactly as they should do. I've always had an excellent pint of ale at spoons but if by any chance it tastes off, the staff will give you a replacement and take that ale off.Many privately run/leased pubs just don't stick to the same rules and regulations meaning it's extremely common for beers to taste awful, weather that be with chill haze, poor hygiene or not cleaning the lines properly (Vinegar taste or pipe cleaner). Prices are higher and in the likely event the beer tastes off, you have an argumentative owner to face who won't take kindly to having their beer criticised.Yes lots of privately run pubs do get things right but in terms of pub closures, 99% of the time its the pubs I described which have only survived for so long because of the regulars who pop in as they are friends with the owner.The only problem with spoons pubs is how busy they get so tables might have plates left there for a while and the amount of fruit machines in each pub


Any pub will swap your beer if it's off. Not sure I agree Spoons does good beer. They do clean the lines properly and fast turnover means they don't go off. But in my experience they don't condition and rotate their casks/barrels properly. Poorly paid staff just unload and connect.
Edited by: "deleted249798" 20th Jan
"I'll have the Zebu and chips, thanks"
deleted24979820/01/2020 10:25

Any pub will swap your beer if it's off. Not sure I agree Spoons does good …Any pub will swap your beer if it's off. Not sure I agree Spoons does good beer. They do clean the lines properly and fast turnover means they don't go off. But in my experience they don't condition and rotate their casks/barrels properly. Poorly paid staff just unload and connect.


You'd be surprised. Countless times I've been in privately run pubs, had a bad tasting beer yet found myself arguing with the person at the bar about it being off and they refused to accept it.

One time I remember buying a standard bitter ale which tasted of pipe cleaner. The staff member refused to accept this and poured themselves a bit to taste. They claimed the pipe cleaner taste was the hops and I must just not like hoppy beers.

You also see very sly practices at some private pubs like as experienced, taking off the standard bitter's pump clip, putting on a festive pump clip and upping the price by 80p even though it's the standard bitter.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 20th Jan
stantier220/01/2020 10:18

i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but …i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but then i saw your user name


There’s are some nice Wetherspoons, it just depends where you live !
you can't beat £1.10 for any hot drink including mocha and hot chocolate with endless refills on the day can you?? Lovely mocha too. (in London)
Great deal, heat added. £1.49 for a pint of Ruddles is crazy. On Xmas Eve my local were selling Bradfield Brewery Farmers Belgian Blue (fantastic ale at 4.9% ABV) for £2.15 a pint. Nuts.
Edited by: "bellboys" 20th Jan
deleted24979820/01/2020 10:25

Any pub will swap your beer if it's off. Not sure I agree Spoons does good …Any pub will swap your beer if it's off. Not sure I agree Spoons does good beer. They do clean the lines properly and fast turnover means they don't go off. But in my experience they don't condition and rotate their casks/barrels properly. Poorly paid staff just unload and connect.


I have never had a bad pint in Spoons but then i drink thatchers cider, where as ive had quite a few unpleasant tasting ones in other establishments. (when your in a community pub, i find it hard to return drinks as im embarrassed & not confident enough )

I also think the staff areusually really pleasant in spoons
Sparkz2k1620/01/2020 10:08

Incoming comments about spoons putting other pubs out of business and so …Incoming comments about spoons putting other pubs out of business and so on. I will give a response in advance...Spoons are a chain who have strict health and safety rules and regulations to stick to. Everything is done by the book meaning the drinks taste exactly as they should do. I've always had an excellent pint of ale at spoons but if by any chance it tastes off, the staff will give you a replacement and take that ale off.Many privately run/leased pubs just don't stick to the same rules and regulations meaning it's extremely common for beers to taste awful, weather that be with chill haze, poor hygiene or not cleaning the lines properly (Vinegar taste or pipe cleaner). Prices are higher and in the likely event the beer tastes off, you have an argumentative owner to face who won't take kindly to having their beer criticised.Yes lots of privately run pubs do get things right but in terms of pub closures, 99% of the time its the pubs I described which have only survived for so long because of the regulars who pop in as they are friends with the owner.The only problem with spoons pubs is how busy they get so tables might have plates left there for a while and the amount of fruit machines in each pub


And a lot of "local" pubs are no longer local. Near me Outside Bradford, most of my "local" pubs are now Greene king. I don't think they are much nicer than the Weatherspoons. Drink range is less and prices higher.
Megamart20/01/2020 10:08

"European drinks"?Becks is brewed in Luton.



Costa del Luton - the place for sun, sand and Becks
I would rather have a dark fruits than a wife
Megamart20/01/2020 10:08

"European drinks"?Becks is brewed in Luton.


In that case, why haven’t they stuck that across a double decker bus?
Stud20/01/2020 13:16

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I completely agree. They are a disgraceful company I wouldn't give a penny to.
stantier220/01/2020 10:18

i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but …i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but then i saw your user name


Not all of us can afford to go out for a nice Gastro pub meal, some of us on limited income when we want to treat ourselves look for value. Wetherspoons offers me and my family that. Good luck to you
dewonderful20/01/2020 12:59

Costa del Luton - the place for sun, sand and Becks


What about Posh Spice?
stantier220/01/2020 10:18

i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but …i was shocked for a second that you take your family into wetherspoon but then i saw your user name


Nothing wrong with spoons meals for kids during the day or weekday evenings, my 12 year old daughter loves the American breakfast. However I wouldn't take her in late after 4 on a weekend.
What happens in March then?
My spoons does great ale for £1.49, and that seems to be a regular price. Shame about the kids and those ordering meals clogging up the bar.
Is this so that they can get rid of stock in preparation for British booze only? independent.co.uk/voi…tml
Love their lunch and a pint deals. Wish they would attempt to clean the cutlery. Lymington's Six Bells does great food, but the cutlery is so grimy, you can take layers of grunge off a knife, by running you finger nail along it!!
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Tjl69420/01/2020 13:57

Is this so that they can get rid of stock in preparation for British booze …Is this so that they can get rid of stock in preparation for British booze only? https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/wetherspoons-brexit-british-alcohol-tim-martin-patriotic-not-realistic-a8400691.html


He's got less than 6 months to implement it. He's a massive hypocrite though so don't expect to lose French wine.
Penderyn should be nationwide, its lovely stuff if, like me you prefer Irish to Scotch
Tjl69420/01/2020 13:57

Is this so that they can get rid of stock in preparation for British booze …Is this so that they can get rid of stock in preparation for British booze only? https://www.independent.co.uk/voices/wetherspoons-brexit-british-alcohol-tim-martin-patriotic-not-realistic-a8400691.html


That article is from 2018, don't know how far he got with it
The biggest thing I think has been switching Jaegermeister for Strika (which is British) to make the 'Strikabomb'
Ridiculous how that article says "Wetherspoons is the pub of choice for the cut-price drinker" as if it's for people that want to get wasted on the cheap.

What's "cut-price" about having the choice of going to 1 of 5 privately owned pubs locally that serve John Smiths, Doom bar, Worthingtons and Boddingtons or going to spoons and trying ales people have never tried before and having a good variety from Porters to IPA's.

The price of Wetherspoons drinks is just a bonus
Bestbitter20/01/2020 14:15

Love their lunch and a pint deals. Wish they would attempt to clean the …Love their lunch and a pint deals. Wish they would attempt to clean the cutlery. Lymington's Six Bells does great food, but the cutlery is so grimy, you can take layers of grunge off a knife, by running you finger nail along it!!




Have you complained to the manager? I certainly would as he/she may not be aware of the issue and hopefully will resolve the problem. We are generally rubbish at complaining in the UK.
Edited by: "bellboys" 20th Jan
Christee420/01/2020 14:23

Penderyn should be nationwide, its lovely stuff if, like me you prefer …Penderyn should be nationwide, its lovely stuff if, like me you prefer Irish to Scotch


Thought Penderyn was Welsh?
alcopop20/01/2020 12:54

And a lot of "local" pubs are no longer local. Near me Outside Bradford, …And a lot of "local" pubs are no longer local. Near me Outside Bradford, most of my "local" pubs are now Greene king. I don't think they are much nicer than the Weatherspoons. Drink range is less and prices higher.


Baildon?
LiquidL20/01/2020 14:33

Baildon?


Yes, both Angel and Malt as well as half way house at the bottom and I think the Sun in Shipley, all Greene King

Probably confused between Baildon and Basildon!

Also the Yeadon Weatherspoons had cheapest wine I've found. From £7.69 a bottle of Hardy's
Edited by: "alcopop" 20th Jan
bellboys20/01/2020 14:28

Have you complained to the manager? I certainly would as he/she may not be …Have you complained to the manager? I certainly would as he/she may not be aware of the issue and hopefully will resolve the problem. We are generally rubbish at complaining in the UK.


I'm afraid I do complain, when necessary. I have pointed it out to the manager more than once, and shown her the debris left on the napkin I used to clean it. Response has been mainly muted, with a bit of 'oh, ok, thanks' halfheartedly thrown in! No apology.
Perhaps it's time to escalate it... I used to be in the catering business, and Health & Public Hygiene would have been down on me like the preverbial, if the complaints were received!
alcopop20/01/2020 14:41

Yes, both Angel and Malt as well as half way house at the bottom and I …Yes, both Angel and Malt as well as half way house at the bottom and I think the Sun in Shipley, all Greene King


Ring O Bells is Greene King but I think it has been for ages. At least the landlord's changed now the miserable get.

Black Bull is independent I think. I used to go to in there every weekend with my wife as it seemed to be the only nice old-fashioned pub left that's walkable. I had about 1 bad pint in 100 there. Fine with that. Unfortunately when I sent the bad one back, they made me feel really uncomfortable about it. It left a bad taste literally and figuratively.

I went to Halfway House when they reopened after the recent refurb (and change to Chef & Brewer/Greene King). Understaffed and running a reduced menu in the first week or two after opening. Never been back since.
sminky20/01/2020 14:31

Thought Penderyn was Welsh?


It is, i meant that if you like Irish you will probably enjoy it, if you like Scotch you may or may not
Lionyone20/01/2020 13:50

What happens in March then?


The pub said withdrawing European brands from shelves will lead to cheaper prices for customers overall.

Its founder and chairman, Tim Martin, said: "Tariffs are imposed on wine from Australia, New Zealand and the US, and also on coffee, oranges, rice and more than 12,000 other products.

"There will be an inevitable transfer of trade post-Brexit to countries outside the EU, which will reduce prices in shops and pubs.

"The products we are now introducing are at lower prices than the EU products they are replacing."
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