How you can order free drinks in pubs in and near South Tyneside in January

A selection of pubs close to South Tyneside are treating locals to free drinks this January.

Thursday, 9th January 2020, 3:00 pm
The campaign is ongoing across the UK.

More than 1,000 pubs across the UK are taking part in a ‘Cheer Up January’ campaign for the New Year thanks to Ei Publican Partnerships meaning free drinks are available for locals this month.

It doesn’t matter whether you prefer a pint, a gin and tonic, or if you’re taking part in Dry January because a range of alcoholic and soft drinks will be available for free as part of the offer in pubs near South Tyneside and further afield.

Which pubs are taking part near us?

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This pub near South Tyneside is offering free drinks in January.

The Cottage Tavern on North Street, Cleadon.

The Lord Nelson Inn on Monkton Lane in Monkton Village, Jarrow.

Other pubs such as The Killingworth Arms, The Blacksmiths Arms, The Windsor Public House and The Lion and Lamb in Newcastle are also taking part in the offer.

Whick drinks are available for free?

This pub on North Street in Cleadon, Sunderland is another that is offering the drinks deal.

You can choose from a range of drinks including Heineken, Stella Artois, Guinness, Amstel, Carling, Strongbow, Heineken 0.0. Britvic J20, Gordon’s pink gin and tonic, Rekorderling alcohol free and some soft drinks.

How do you claim your free drink?

The offer is available until Sunday, January 19 and to claim your free drink and you have to download a voucher to your phone from then show it at the bar at participating pubs.

The offer is available at approximately 1,000 pubs across the UK courtesy of Ei Publican Partnerships, the UK’s largest leased and tenanted pub business.

You can get your hands on a free drink this January at pubs near you. Photo: Big Brand Ideas

Managing Director at Ei Publican Partnerships, Nick Light, said: “January is often seen as one of the least enjoyable months of the year, but we want to change that.

“We’re giving away up to 100,000 free drinks to say Happy New Year to our customers and encouraging people to visit their local pub to socialise with other members of the community.”

To find all of the pubs involved if you fancy travelling a bit further or you’re heading elsewhere for January, you can visit