6 easy ways to have free beer in London

What could be better than a mug of good cold beer on a hot day? Only if you get it for free.

Fortunately for Londoners, there are many opportunities to get free beer: from special applications to loyalty schemes and the distribution of gifts.

The best and proven ways to drink a free pint of beer:

1. Download the application

Some pubs and bars offer free drinks to everyone who downloads their free apps. In such London institutions as Nicholson's, All Bar One, Sizzling Pubs, Miller & Carter, Browns and Geronimo, customers who downloaded their application are provided with free beer, wine and cocktails. A lot of applications are really useful and offer loyalty schemes and other interesting functions, so they should be downloaded.

2. Drinki

Drinki collects the best "heady" actions and offers from the capital's institutions. Most importantly, the app shows where in London you can get a free drink. Download Drinki and see which bars and pubs make promotions on the chosen day.

Download the application here.

3. Yoyo Wallet

Yoyo Wallet is a mobile wallet that allows users to pay for their goods using a smartphone. The app offers reward schemes for a growing number of street networks, restaurants, pubs and bars. The more you use Yoyo Wallet, the more points, vouchers and other awards, including free drinks you earn.

Download the application here.

4. Cask Ale Week

London company Ei Group celebrates Cask Ale Week this year. In honor of this event, the organization gives 10 thousand glasses of beer in Doombar for free. The event will be held from September 20th to 30th, so do not miss the opportunity to register with freedrinkoffer to get a free pint.

5. Secret sponsor

The brewery, whose name is still kept in secret, on April 26th in 200 pubs in London will hold a day of free beer, and distribute more than 100 thousand glasses of foam drink. To become one of the lucky winners of a free pint, you must register on the www.freeproperbeer.com website. Then you will receive a message with the name of the nearest pub to you, where you can drink your gift.

6. Loyalty scheme Ice points

In the loyalty scheme Ice points from Mastercard participate more than 300 pubs in London, including such popular ones as O'Neils, All Bar One and Harvester. To get one free beer in one of the establishments, you must purchase before this at least 100 glasses of beer. This is not the most profitable scheme of loyalty, but in summer it is quite possible to collect such a quantity.

More information about the loyalty scheme Ice points can be found at https://www.myice.com/mastercard/

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