Wetherspoons across the country have kicked off their 12-day real ale festival with pints going for just £1.99.

Salisbury's 'spoons, The King's Head Inn in Bridge Street, is going to be serving up a selection of up to 15 British and Irish real ales during the event which runs from today until October 31.

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Pub manager Robert Stephens said: "The festival is a great celebration of British and Irish ales.

"It will allow us to showcase an excellent choice of beers over a 12 day period at great value for money prices."

The beers include Black Sheep Monty Python's Dead Parrot, Wolf Lazy Dog, Rooster's Long Shadow, Thornbridge Shelby, Exmoor Wicked Wolf, Salopian Hop Twister, Bath Queen of Hearts, Bru Brewery Bru Brown Ale and Wadworth Sweet Molly.

They will cost £1.99 a pint.

Among the beers are those suitable for vegans and vegetarians, as well as two gluten-free beers.

There will also be a number of beers not previously served in the pub.

The flavours include blackberry, coffee and juniper berries.

Tasting notes on all of the beers will be available in the pub and on the Wetherspoon app.

Third-of-a pint glasses will be available, allowing customers to sample three beers (one third-of-a pint each) for the price of a pint.

All ales will be available to order via the Wetherspoon app or at the bar in the pub.

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