Sunday, 10 January 2010

Burn's Night Celebrations at Wetherspoons



Popping into my local Wetherspons for a quick breakfast this morning, I noticed a promotion for Burn's Night. However, the company seem to have turned the occasion into "Burn's Week" as the celebration runs from 20th-25th January.

Now at the risk of upsetting my friends from north of the border, I have to say I am not a great fan of this particular poet, who's verses, to my mind at least, seem virtually un-intelligible. This aside, I am all for pubs trying to promote trade, and where this involves the celebration of a national hero, then so much the better. The promotion for "Burn's Week" is offering a traditional Burn's Night Supper dish of haggis, neeps and tatties, all for the princely sum of £3.99. This also includes a drink, and more importantly the company's outlets will be showcasing cask-ales from Scotland's craft brewers.

I therefore take my hat off to JDW, and will be heading down to my local "Spoons" to enjoy some of the above. (Just as long as I don't have to listen to any of the man's poetry!).

3 comments:

Ale Fan said...

My local is doing a haggis night on the 25th. I could be tempted!

Tandleman said...

Well perhaps understandably (no pun intended) I am a fan of the bard and will be raising a glass to him in JDW with their very estimable haggis. On the 25th of course!


Burns week is a new one on me though.

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