50p a pint at Woodmans Cottage in Gorefield! Now that is something to make you raise your glass
EVERYONE is always keen to pick up a bargain, but it s not often that you see a sale happening in a pub. However manager Adam Budd, 38, who runs the Woodmans Cottage in Gorefield has put on a unique offer at the local and is selling pints of draught beer for just
EVERYONE is always keen to pick up a bargain, but it's not often that you see a sale happening in a pub.
However manager Adam Budd, 38, who runs the Woodmans Cottage in Gorefield has put on a unique offer at the local and is selling pints of draught beer for just 50p.
He said he decided to do it for a bit of fun and bring a bit of sunshine in all the February clouds.
He said the sale has gone very well and local punters and new customers have been gulping down the cut-price pints.
A host of tipples are on offer including Becks Carling and Guinness.
The offer will run until the kegs run out, and given the way it has been selling, it is not expected to last much longer.
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Adam said: "The customers have really enjoyed it, they said it has been like being back in the 70s!"
He said he launched the sale last Sunday. The pub also has a host of other offers on at the pub including a special's board with items for just �4 on a Wednesday.
Adam and his partner Neil Morris have been at the popular pub for the last five months.
Adam had previously run a public house in Norwich.
He said he hoped to stay in the Woodmans for a while. Maggie Tuck who once owned the venue has also returned to work there and Adam said her involvement had been incredibly valuable.
He added: "It is going very well and I am very happy here.