Wetherspoons brings back popular tipple on menu – and fans are loving it

There's nothing quite like the feeling of sipping a cold pint.

It's one of the best ways to wet your whistle after a long day, and your boozing time may be about to get a little better.

This is because Wetherspoons is bringing back two hugely popular drinks to its menu.

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The popular boozer has confirmed Strongbow and Strongbow Dark Fruits will return to all pubs.

The fan favourites were binned from menus back in 2021 after the chain decided to replace it with Stowford Press Apple and Stowford Press Mixed Berries.

You can now sip on a Strongbow when you visit your local Wetherspoons again.

As for the roll out of the beverage, this will vary from each pub, but every branch should be fully stocked with the tipple by the end of the month.

Prices will differ depending on your local, so you should always double-check this before paying.

You will also be able to snap up the drink at the bar or via the app.

Since the menu addition was confirmed, Strongbow fans have been left completely thrilled with the news.

Sharing their delight on social media, one said: "YES!! That Carling stuff is vile."

Another added: "Finally! So happy about this lol."

Meanwhile, a third happy customer wrote: "Don’t know why they ever got rid of it!"

You can find out where your nearest Wetherspoons is by visiting the website, and using the locator tool.

In November 2021 the company signed a new 20-year deal with Budweiser Brewing Group and it became its leading supplier.

The move saw Wetherspoons' partnership with Heineken (who owns Strongbow) come to an end after over four decades.

John Smiths bitter was also ditched and replaced with Worthington's bitter, which is supplied by brewer Molson Coors.

Wetherspoons told The Sun that no other Heineken drinks are set to come back after previously being ditched.

The news comes after the company recently hiked the price of pints to £7 at some of its pubs.

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