WETHERSPOONS is selling beer for just £2.15 per pint for a limited time only, starting this week.

The offer stands at all 844 Wetherspoon pubs in the UK.

From Wednesday, March 22 to Sunday, April 2 punters will be able to grab a £2.15 pint from a selection of 30 ales.

The event is part of the chain's Real Ale festival, and the choice includes a variety of seasonal and speciality brews.

There will also be vegan and gluten free beers up for grabs.

But do note prices may differ depending on where in the UK you live – the average pint across all pubs is expected to be less than £3.

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It's best to check your local menu before setting off.

You can find your nearest pub by typing your location into the Wetherspoons website or app.

Of the 30 ales that will be available, 24 will be newly brewed specially for the festival.

Here's the full list of ales included:

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  • Robinsons Brewery, Citra Pale Ale 3.4% ABV
  • Rooster’s Brewery, Blind Jack 3.7% ABV
  • Wainwright, Amber 4.0% ABV
  • Butcombe Brewery, Vincent 4.0% ABV
  • JW Lees Brewery, Vanilla Cream Pale 4.0% ABV
  • Vale Brewery, Brass Monkey 4.0% ABV
  • Exmoor Ales, Upside Brown 4.2% ABV
  • Hook Norton Brewery, Merula Stout 4.2% ABV
  • Theakston Brewery, Double Cross IPA 4.2% ABV
  • Adnams Brewery, Extra 4.3% ABV
  • Daleside Brewery, Seafever 4.3% ABV
  • Kirkby Lonsdale Brewery, 1822 4.3% ABV
  • Greene King Brewery, Spring Break 4.4% ABV
  • Sudwerk Brewery, Reeds Ale 4.4% ABV
  • Glamorgan Brewery, Fresh 4.5% ABV
  • Redemption Brewery, Steam 4.5% ABV
  • Brombeer Compagnie, Freddy Export 4.6% ABV
  • Titanic Brewery, EBA 4.6% ABV
  • Cairngorm Brewery, White Lady 4.7% ABV
  • Orkney Brewery, Cliff Edge 4.7% ABV
  • Liberation Brewery, Defiant ESB 4.8% ABV
  • Moorhouse’s Brewery, Totemic 4.8% ABV
  • Saltaire Brewery, Triple Choc 4.8% ABV
  • Batemans Brewery, Spring Breeze 5.0% ABV
  • Hawkshead Brewery, Five Hop 5.0% ABV
  • Nethergate Brewery, Umbel Magna 5.0% ABV
  • Sambrook’s Brewery, Valhalla 5.0% ABV
  • Oakham Ales, Buckle Up! 5.2% ABV
  • Otter Brewery, Head 5.8% ABV
  • Cambridge Brewing, Flower Child IPA 6.0% ABV

From the range on offer right now, you can get a pint of Greene King Abbot Ale for £2.68 in comparison, but this could be pricier if you live in a city centre, for instance.

We also spotted pints of Sharp's Doom Bar and Kirkstall Three Swords for £2.46 each, but again prices will differ per location.

All the ales are available to order at the bar, or via the Wetherspoons app.

But prices have gone up by 16p since the festival in October last year, when the cheapest pint cost £1.99.

More recently, Spoons offered English breakfast meals from just £2 in a Top Plates, Low Rates promotion.

Fans could bag a small English breakfast for just £1.99, and a traditional breakfast for £2.99.

Usually these are £3.29 and £3.59 respectively. But this deal is only available in 112 out of 844 pubs, so you'll need to check your local branch online first.

The news comes after a recent 7.5% price hike throughout the pub chain – adding up to 29p for a pint and 75p on food.

Among the price differences were favourite tipples up by 7%, with a pint of Carlsberg up from £2.39 to £2.57, Stella from £3.35 to £3.60 and Leffe from £3.85 to £4.14.

Also, 11 of its sites that Wetherspoons had marked for closure are currently under offer.

This means that a buyer has presented an offer that is being considered by the seller.

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It doesn't mean that the sale is guaranteed, and it could still remain open if it doesn't complete.

This is because its sales are still lagging behind pre-pandemic levels, the pub confirmed.

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