Pubgoers can sample three beers for just £2 at a number of Oxfordshire pubs.

Beer drinkers can sample three Greene King beers for a reduced price until November 2 at six pubs across the county.

The beer sample paddle contains three one-third pint measures for less than the average price of one pint.

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Samples include Greene King IPA and the brand’s two craft beers, Level Head Session IPA and Flint Eye Dry Hopped Lager.

The pubs taking part are the Wig and Pen (Oxford), Turf Taven (Oxford), Jude the Obscure (Oxford), Royal Standard (Headington), Ye Olde Cross Keys (Witney) and the Prince of Wales (Didcot).

Each beer sampler is served with a tasting notes card, which allows customers to write their own tasting notes, and scan a QR code to find out more about the Greene King range and history as a brewer.

Business unit director for Greene King, Alex Dawson said: “We’re rapidly approaching that time of year when Brits leave the beer gardens behind and head inside to the cosy, welcoming atmosphere of a pub. 

“A change in season is when most people change their drink of choice, so what better time to try a new beer you’ve never sampled before.

“It doesn’t matter if you traditionally drink ale, or if IPA is more your thing – we’ve got something to suit everyone’s tastes this Autumn. 

“Once you’ve picked up your trio of beers, make sure to fill out your tasting notes and scan the QR code to find out more about our proud brewing heritage and our beers too!”

Customers will only be able to purchase £2 beer sampler paddles from Monday to Thursday and will only be permitted to purchase one per person.