This Manchester Pub Is Handing Out Free Pints To Anyone Called Neil

It can be your first name, middle name, or anywhere in your surname.

What a time to be a Neil! O’Neills in the Printworks will be offering a free pint to anybody with Neil in their name next week as part of the Irish pub brand’s 25th birthday celebrations.

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Just like any good party, the team at O’Neill’s Printworks are hoping for a birthday filled with plenty of good food, drink and, of course, the craic and have invited the people of Manchester to help them celebrate in style.

To mark their quarter-century milestone in true Irish fashion, the pub will be offering a free pint of Guinness to anyone with the first name, middle name or surname Neil, Neill, Neal, Neale or O’Neill. All they have to do is make it to the bar and show their passport or driving licence.

Photo: oneillspubs

The offer’s available next week (22–26 April) and there will be just 25 free pints available, which will be dished out on a first come, first served basis. So once they’re gone, they’re gone!

Danielle McKeefrey, general manager at O’Neill’s Printworks, said:

“Myself and the whole team are really excited to celebrate 25 fantastic years of O’Neill’s with the people of Manchester.

“We couldn’t think of a better way to mark the occasion than to share our special day with fellow Neils. We’re looking forward to welcoming our wonderful guests to join with us in raising a glass and joining in the craic for this huge birthday celebration!”

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