The Bell and The White Hart to have 'January sale of booze'

Pub-goers can enjoy a January Sale at two pubs in Aylesbury.

Monday, 23rd December 2019, 12:20 pm
Updated Monday, 23rd December 2019, 12:21 pm
The Bell, Aylesbury

Managers at The Bell in Market Square and The White Hart in Exchange Street (Wetherspoon pubs) are reducing the price of a range of drinks from Thursday January 2 until Thursday January 16.

The range includes both alcoholic and low and alcohol-free drinks.

The drinks featured in the sale are; a real ale (Sharps Doom Bar), a craft beer (Shipyard), one lager (Coors Light), two ciders (Kopparberg Strawberry & Lime and Magners), a selection of wines from Coldwater Creek (pinot grigio, merlot, White Zinfandel Rose), three spirits; Gordon's gin and Smirnoff vodka (inclusive of a mixer), four soft canned drinks (R White's raspberry lemonade, Dalston's Fizzy Rhubarb, Gunna Muscovite Lemonade & Mint and San Pellegrino), four draught soft drinks, Guinness, Lavazza Iced Cappucino and Remedy Kombucha.

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The low and alcohol-free drinks include; Beck's Blue, Budweiser Prohibition Brew, Heineken 0.0, Brewdog Nanny State and Adams Ghost Ship.

The sale prices include a pint of Shipyard at £2.35, a pint of Coors Light at £2.59, a glass of Coldwater Creek wine (175ml glass) at £2.55, a pint of Guinness at £2.89, a pint of Magners at £1.89, Gordon's gin (single measure with mixer) at £2.60, a can of R White's raspberry lemonade at 95p, a can of Brewdog Nanny State at £1.79 and a bottle of Adnams Ghost Ship at £1.79.

"The White Hart manager, Gemma Gillingham said: "Department stores and shops hold their sales in nJanuary, so it is the perfect time to have a sale at the pub too.

"The range of drinks on sale in the pub is aimed at suiting a wide variety of tastes.

"This year we have included our biggest selection of low and non-alcoholic drinks.

"I believe that the January Sale will prove popular with our customers.

"As always, staff at the pub will serve customers responsibly."