Tuesday, 28 September 2021

Have a free pint on Brakspear and the Standard

Two of the best known and oldest businesses in Henley have got together to offer every reader a FREE Christmas pint of Brakspear bitter.

Two of the best known and oldest businesses in Henley have got together to offer every reader a FREE Christmas pint of Brakspear bitter.

All you have to do to claim your free pint is fill in and cut out the voucher in this week's paper and present it to a member of staff at one of the participating pubs listed below between Thursday, December 3 and Wednesday, December 9 ? and then sit back and enjoy your drink!

Click here to read more about Brakspear in our interview with the company?s chief executive Tom Davies

The terms and conditions of this offer are as follows:

* Only one pint per person per pub

* There is no cash alternative

* You must be over 18 to claim your free pint

* Staff reserve the right to cancel or refuse this voucher

* Only original vouchers from the Henley Standard will be accepted (no photocopies)

The voucher can only be redeemed at participating pubs, which are as follows:

Anchor, Friday Street, Angel on the Bridge, Thames Side, Bull on Bell Street, Bell Street, Old Bell, Bell Street, Row Barge, West Street, Saracens Head, Greys Road, Station House, Market Place, Three Horseshoes, Reading Road, Three Tuns, Market Place, all Henley; Bull, High Street, Wargrave; Bull & Butcher, Turville; Butchers Arms, Blounts Court Road, Hare & Hounds, Woodlands Road, both Sonning Common; Catherine Wheel, Station Road, John Barleycorn, Manor Road, both Goring; Chequers, Love Lane, Fat Fox, Shirburn Street, both Watlington; Chequers, Fingest; Cherry Tree, Stoke Row; Clifton Arms, Gosbrook Road, Prince of Wales, Prospect Street, both Caversham; Crooked Billet, Stoke Row; Crown, Playhatch; Dew Drop Inn, Honey Lane, Hurley; Five Horseshoes, Maidensgrove; Flower Pot, Ferry Lane, Aston; Fox & Hounds, Christmas Common; Golden Ball, Lower Assendon; Horns, Crazies Hill; Horse & Groom, Bath Road, Hare Hatch; King William, Hailey, Ipsden; Lands End, Lands End Lane, Charvil; Leathern Bottle, High Street, Lewknor; Little Angel, Remenham; Maltsters Arms, Rotherfield Greys; New Inn, Chalkhouse Green Road, Kidmore End; Perch & Pike, The Street, South Stoke; Plowden Arms, Shiplake Cross; Prince Albert, Moor End, Frieth; Rainbow, Middle Assendon; Red Lion, Peppard Common; Reformation, Gallowstree Common; Rising Sun, Witheridge Hill; Unicorn, Colmore Lane, Kingwood; White Hart, High Street, Nettlebed. Abingdon Arms, High Street, Beckley; Bee, Britwell Road, Burnham; Belgian Arms, Holyport Street, Holyport, Hand & Flowers, Queen Street, both Maidenhead; Blackwood Arms, Common Lane, Littleworth Common, Burnham; Chequers, High Street, Marlow; Chequers, Berrick Salome; Cherry Tree, Kingston Blount; Coachmakers Arms, St Mary?s Street, Cross Keys, High Street, both Wallingford; Dog & Duck, Matthews Green Road, Emmbrook, Duke?s Head, Denmark Street, Hope & Anchor, Station Road, Red Lion, Market Place, all Wokingham; Duke of Wellington, High Street, Twyford; Green Man, Hinton Road, Hurst; Potter?s Arms, Fagnall Lane, Winchmore Hill, near Beaconsfield; Red Lion, Chapel Lane, Blewbury, Didcot; Red Lion, Wallingford Road, Cholsey; Rising Sun, High Street, Thame; Six Bells, The Green South, Warborough; Vine, Market Place, Maidenhead.

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