Ah, the good old days: the 1970s. When flared trousers were in, heatwaves were the real deal and lager was cheap, cheap, cheap. Well, it’s fairly warm outside right now and you probably have a pair of flares stuffed in the back of your wardrobe somewhere (if not, why not?). Complete the hat trick by getting down to Exmouth Market’s Coin Laundry, which is marking National Beer Day by serving lager at ’70s prices. Order a pint of house lager at the retro restaurant and bar today (Thursday June 15) and you’ll be charged just 14p. Result. The bar is rolling back its prices to ’70s levels for the first 100 people to order one of its house lagers.
National Beer Day is all about encouraging people to get supping and includes a national ‘cheers to beer’ at 7pm. With this deal, you can definitely afford to charge that glass.
Want more booze? Check out these four tap takeovers in London this June.