Black Sheep Brewery is to drop the price of a pint of Best Bitter to £1.29 to mark Yorkshire Day and its own 30th anniversary.
The pints will be available throughout the Black Sheep pub estate on Sunday, 31st July, and Monday, 1st August. £1.29 was the price of a pint of Best Bitter back in 1992, when Black Sheep Brewery was founded.
Charlene Lyons, chief executive of Black Sheep Brewery, said: “These events are two of the biggest in our calendar — Yorkshire Day and our 30th birthday — so it felt only right that we mark the occasions the best way we know how!
“We’re incredibly proud of our Yorkshire heritage, so we can’t wait to join our customers in raising a pint to God’s Own Country this Yorkshire Day. And, while we’re at it, we hope our customers will also raise a glass with us to celebrate our 30th birthday.”
Black Sheep Brewery plans to officially celebrate its 30th anniversary with a Big Birthday Bash at its Visitor Centre, in Masham, on 17th September.
The brewery has also embarked on a mission to encourage more people to Drink Cask Beer, working with the likes of TV comedian Maisie Adam to challenge the stereotypes of the drink. Read more here.
Where to find those £1.29 pints
- Black Sheep Visitor Centre, Masham
- Black Sheep Tap & Kitchen, Leeds
- Foley’s Tap House, Leeds city centre
- Last Drop Inn, York city centre
- Three Legged Mare, York city centre