A pub is celebrating 11 years in business by rolling back the prices of its pints and offering two specially-brewed beers to customers.
The Otter’s Pocket, in All Saints’ Street, Stamford, is celebrating its 11th year of trading this month.
To mark the occasion, the price of pints has been rolled back to £2.70 for the month.
The pub is also offering two ales brewed especially for the occasion - The Stamfordian and Beaver Brew - which will cost just £2 a pint.
Tony Wilson, who co-owns the pub with his son Justin, said: “For October we are trying to promote our real ales.
“The prices reflect what they would have been 11 years ago.
“The idea is to try and bring people into town through the week, because it is dead as a dodo.”
Tony hopes the offers will prove a treat to existing customers and will also attract a few new ones.
He added: “Tuesday has always been a real ale night but we are now trying it for the month.
“We also have football on five screens and we offer pizzas, which are cooked at the Green Dragon in Ryhall, which my son Justin also runs.
“The pizzas have a great reputation. We deliver to Stamford and you can eat in the pub here.”