The highly-anticipated World Cup is almost here and to get us excited one of Manchester’s popular drinking spots and football-viewing venues, The Oast House, is giving away free pints during the tournament. Launching an immersive game for the World Cup taking place this November and December, the Spinningfields venue is awarding a prize for every winning player with a free pint of Madri on the house, and there’s a 50/50 chance of winning every time.
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All you have to do to get yourself free pints is head to The Oast House to watch any of England’s games during the World Cup and buy a pint of Madri. You’ll be given your beer in a special Champions of Beer cup, with a QR code printed on it.
Simply scan the QR code on your mobile device to be taken to a page to select the team you think will win the match, enter your details and cheer on your team for the next 90 minutes. At the end of the game, guests that chose the winning team will receive an email straight away with a unique code to redeem their free pint of Madri at the bar.
One free pint is redeemable per person, per game, using a unique winning code. The freebie can be redeemed at any point during the World Cup season, by 18th December – but let’s be honest, you’re going to want to stay and celebrate your big win.
With the World Cup taking place this winter it’s going to be a cold one but you can cosy up watching the football in The Oast House’s famous Curious Teepee with roaring fires, faux fur throws and twinkling fairy lights. The venue is set to display three 85-inch screens showing the England games, with seated benches for maximum viewing potential.
Whilst watching the match, guests can dine on some seriously good grub from the venue’s new menu including loaded pies, Yorkshire pudding wraps and buffalo chicken macaroni cheese. A selection of show-stopping seasonal cocktails will also be on offer to wash it all down with if beer isn’t your thing.
England’s opening group games are Iran (Monday 21 November, 1pm), USA (Friday 25 November, 7pm) and Wales (Tuesday 29 November, 7pm). The final will be held on Sunday December 18 at 3pm.
The event is ticketed for seats, but walk-ins for standing are encouraged too. Tickets cost £20 per person and include a primely located seat, a pint of Madri and a giant Bratwurst hot dog. Find out more here.