Tennent's Lager offer free pints to Scots as pubs gear up to reopen

The beer company is giving punters the chance to claim a free pint as pubs across Scotland are set to reopen.

Tennent's is offering free pints to Scots.  Picture: Andy Buchanan
Tennent's is offering free pints to Scots. Picture: Andy Buchanan

Tennent's is giving away hundreds of thousands of free pints as pubs across Scotland get back to business.

People can claim their complimentary drink from around 2,000 premises around the country by visiting Tennentsdedicatedtoyou.com.

It comes as beer gardens welcome visitors after 15 weeks of lockdown and bars could reopen with social distancing on July 15.

Kenny Gray, managing director at the Glasgow-based brewer, said: "For the last 135 years, Tennent's Lager has been dedicated to Scotland and proud to serve the freshest, quality pints to pubs and drinkers across the country.


Hide Ad

"From moments with friends and family to birthdays, holidays, anniversaries and graduations, the list of things we've all missed during this difficult period is endless and we know that going to the pub ranks highly.

"After work drinks, cosy pub lunches and memorable nights out with friends have all been put on hold for nearly four long months.

"But we can now finally look forward to celebrating these important milestones once again while creating new ones - and what better way to welcome everyone back than by dedicating a pint of Tennent's Lager or Tennent's Light to Scotland?"

A message from the Editor:


Hide Ad

Thank you for reading this story on our website. While I have your attention, I also have an important request to make of you.

The dramatic events of 2020 are having a major impact on many of our advertisers - and consequently the revenue we receive. We are now more reliant than ever on you taking out a digital subscription to support our journalism.

Subscribe to scotsman.com and enjoy unlimited access to Scottish news and information online and on our app. Visit https://www.scotsman.com/subscriptions now to sign up.

By supporting us, we are able to support you in providing trusted, fact-checked content for this website.


Hide Ad

Joy Yates

Editorial Director


Want to join the conversation? Please or to comment on this article.