Wetherspoons is axing a number of our favourite pints amid a menu change-up.

The pubs will no longer be serving John Smiths or Strongbow as their partnership with Heineken comes to an end after 41 years.

From December 15, Westons Cider products will replace Strongbow ciders with Strongbow and Strongbow Dark Fruits replaced by Stowford Press Apple and Stowford Press Mixed BerriesM

John Smiths bitter is being replaced by Worthington's bitter, supplied by brewer Molson Coors.

The change comes as the company has signed a new 20-year deal with Budweiser Brewing Group, making them their largest supplier.

Wetherspoons have reasoned the change in light of increasing interest in premium and international beers during the coronavirus pandemic.

The pubs will no longer be serving John Smiths or Strongbow

Due to a spike in interest, Budweiser extended their range of tipples throughout the last 18-months or so.

The new contract will see a new range of drinks available at your favourite Wetherspoons.

New drinks include:

The chain has also recently agreed long-term extension deals with the likes of BrewDog, Carlsberg, Marston's Brewing Company and Molson Coors.

Wetherspoon's founder and chairman Tim Martin said: “Budweiser Brewing Group UK&I will now become our biggest supplier, with new beers Budweiser, Corona and Leffe Blonde, in addition to their existing products, Stella Artois and Bud Light - as well as a range of bottled beers.

"We are also pleased to have agreed long-term supply deals with BrewDog, Westons Cider, Carlsberg and Molson Coors.

"Wetherspoon will continue to sell a wide range of traditional ales and craft beers from regional and micro brewers at competitive prices.

"We’re very pleased to have such a brilliant group of brewers supporting our efforts.”

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