Britain is set to get hot this week, according to the weather forecast.
It's thought the sun will have his hat on, and nothing cools people down more than a refreshing pint.
Luckily for us – you could bag them at a discount if things really heat up.
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BrewDog has launched an initiative to cut prices in line with the hot weather this week via something called the Beerometer.
Starting at a base temperature of 20°C, 25p will be knocked off the price of a pint of BrewDog’s "Cold Beer" for every degree it gets hotter.
If temperatures reach the heights of last summer, a pint of "Cold Beer" could be enjoyed for a bargain £1.85 – marking a saving of over 70%.
The Beerometer deal will be running from August 22 until August 28 across bars in England, Wales and Scotland.
And there's only one rule you need to remember – the hotter the weather, the cheaper the beer.
The Beerometer is a cost-saving initiative aimed at helping Brits make up for the miserable, rainy July in bars across England and Wales.
James Watt, Captain of BrewDog, said: "The hot weather can get pretty unbearable, so we want to make sure people can cool down with a refreshing pint, and do so in a cost-effective way.
"So, instead of complaining that it’s now too hot, why not sit back with a 'Cold Beer' in the safety of our shaded bars, and take advantage of the savings on offer."
The temperature (and price reduction) will vary dependent on the location and local Met Office weather reports, with the starting prices for beers posted daily at each respective bar.
For more information on the initiative visit the website for all the details you need to know about.
Nothing cools you down more than a cold glass of booze, and it tastes even better when it's cheaper.
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