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Burns' Week

Celebrate the life and poetry of Robert Burns' at Wetherspoon

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At our annual Burns' event, Wetherspoon’s pubs across England, Wales and, of course, Scotland will celebrate the life and poetry of the Scottish poet Robert Burns.


The ever-popular celebration, this year running for 13 days (14–26 January, inclusive), includes Burns’ Night itself on Tuesday 25 January.

To mark the occasion, pubs will serve two special meals, once again: Scottish haggis, neeps and tatties, as well as our Caledonian burger (6oz beef patty burger, with haggis and whisky sauce, served with chips and six beer-battered onion rings).
A haggis, neeps and tatties small-version meal is also available, for those wanting a lighter meal or smaller portion.
Among the drinks choices for the Burns event meal deals are Scottish gins, whiskies, rum and beer.
They include two Scottish single-malt whiskies, Glenmorangie and Glenfiddich, Scotland’s BrewDog Elvis Juice beer and BrewDog’s Five Hundred Cuts Botanical Rum, as well as Scottish gins Tanqueray No. Ten, Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla, Hendrick’s Gin and Edinburgh Gin Rhubarb & Ginger.
Customers taking part in Dry January® can enjoy BrewDog’s Punk AF (0.5% ABV), the low-alcohol beer from the Ellon-based brewery.
Our Burns event is always a great opportunity for customers to sample some traditional Scottish food and drinks and to celebrate for longer than just the evening of 25 January itself.

Prices may vary per pub. This offer excludes pubs in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland and airports.