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Drinks

Do you cater for different dietary requirements?

Full allergen/nutritional information can be found on our menus, customer information screens, website and Wetherspoon app. If you have any specific food/drink allergen needs, please inform us when ordering; we will take reasonable steps to prepare drinks safely, although cannot guarantee a completely allergen-free environment or products.

Vegetarian and vegan drinks are indicated by symbols.

Click here to visit the allergen and nutritional information page. 

How can I find out information about allergens?

Full allergen/nutritional information can be found here. You can find symbols on our printed menus, on the Wetherspoon app and on our customer information screens. You can also ask at the bar, where staff can help, although cannot offer specific advice or recommendations beyond our published nutritional communications.

Click here to visit the allergen and nutritional information page. 

Do you have any pubs in The Good Beer Guide?

CAMRA’s publication The Good Beer Guide 2022 lists a total of 213 Wetherspoon pubs. The full list can be found here.

Do you serve low-alcohol or alcohol-free drinks to customers under the age of 18?

When checking that alcohol is not being consumed by underage customers, low-alcohol and alcohol-free drinks can be difficult to distinguish from their alcoholic equivalents. Therefore, these drinks are not available to customers under the age of 18.

Do you support the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)?

We support over 350 brewers of all sizes, across the UK and Ireland, so that our customers can enjoy a diverse range of real ales. We aim for every pub to have at least four ales available, at all times, including those sourced locally.

We support the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) by being part of their voucher scheme, whose members receive £30 worth of discount vouchers to redeem at Wetherspoon pubs and Lloyds bars throughout the year.

More information (including terms and conditions) is available on the CAMRA website.

What happens if I order alcohol on the Wetherspoon app, but do not have proof of age?

By ordering alcohol using the Wetherspoon app, you are agreeing that both you and the intended consumer are aged 18 or over. Proof of age may be required when the product is delivered.

Those customers unable to provide valid ID, on request, will not receive, and will not be refunded for, the alcohol ordered.

Do you sell short-dated beer?

You might sometimes hear or read that Wetherspoon is able to offer customers such competitive prices on beer because it is short-dated, ie we buy beer at a discount from our suppliers, because it is near its sell-by date. This is an urban myth.

Wetherspoon has been trading with most of its beer, wine and spirit suppliers (like AB InBev, Diageo, Greene King, Heineken, Marston’s or their predecessors) and other smaller brewers since opening its first pub in 1979.

These long-term relationships, together with the fact that we are able to buy their products in large volume (owing to the number of pubs we run), lead to savings in the price which we then pass on to customers.

It would be very hard to believe that any of these companies would risk their reputation by permitting Wetherspoon, or any other customer, to sell short-dated beer.

Wetherspoon has more pubs in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, as a proportion of its estate, than any other pub company. The beer is also independently assessed by Cask Marque, which has been inspecting Wetherspoon’s pubs since 1999, visiting each pub at least twice a year. Its assessors test temperature, appearance, aroma and taste. Every Wetherspoon pub has passed the Cask Marque assessment.

Wetherspoon is also the top pub company for hygiene standards, with an average of 4.98 out of a maximum of 5 in the local-authority-run Scores on the Doors scheme (correct as at June 2022).