A PUB is slashing the price of its beer to £3. 

Innis and Gunn is celebrating its 21st birthday this year, and to mark the occasion, it is rolling back the price of a pint of its premium lager to be the same price it was in 2003.

As the usual price of a pint is £5.75, the birthday price presents a saving of 40%.

The offer runs at the taprooms on Ashton Lane and West Nile Street from April 16 to 18. 

During this time, Innis and Gunn’s Brewery Taprooms will embrace 2003 in full form with live music performing hits from 21 years ago and themed celebrations to get customers in the party spirit.

Glasgow Times:

Dougal Gunn Sharp, founder and master brewer of Innis and Gunn, said: “Innis and Gunn drinkers have supported us for 21 years so now we’re thanking them with birthday beers, rolling back the price of a pint of our award-winning lager to 2003 prices across our brewery taprooms in Edinburgh and Glasgow. 

"Money is tight for so many people with higher bills and soaring food costs so what better way to give back and reward our loyal customers than driving down the price of our pints so that everyone can join the party. These 21st birthday pints are for you!”