Young’s needs you! To celebrate 185 years of the pub group, it’s time to share your memories from your local Young’s pub – whether it’s a romantic proposal, the Queen Ma’am pulling her first pint or that time John Young bought a pair of live wallabies into the pub, submit your photos on social media tagging @youngspubs using the hashtag #185YearsYoungs.
185 Years Young’s – Share Memories and a Pint with Young’s Pub Group
This year, Young’s has taken a trip down memory lane, searching the archives for pictures of its oldest establishments, noting how they’ve changed through the years (or haven’t changed, in some cases). The pub group now wants to share memories with their loyal customers to mark 185 years in the business.
If nostalgia doesn’t float your boat, simply head to your local Young’s pub on the 22nd September to celebrate with a free pint of your favourite beer – just sign up at youngs.co.uk/youngsday Served in a beautifully designed commemorative glass, Young’s have created a beer for the occasion; Young’s Autumn Gold. Sip on a pint of fine, golden pale ale with notes of pine, citrus and warming caramel – perfect for celebratory drinking.
Selected pubs have birthday treats in store, including a ‘hark back to days gone by’ at The Lamb Tavern, Leadenhall, with a visit from the Young’s Shire horses, live band and an outside bar and The Paternoster at St. Paul’s has a “Good Ol’ Fashioned Cockney Knees Up”, with classic songs, food and cockney riddles. Meanwhile the Hand in Hand in Wimbledon is hosting a Mad Hatters Beer Party, with ale tea pots, jam tarts and hats galore. The Alma in Wandsworth are combining their birthday celebrations with the anniversary of the Battle of the Alma and The Weyside in Guildford will host a prohibition-themed party.
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