The Stirling Arms in Guildford is selling Perth’s cheapest pint of beer

 Head Chef Courtney Reid with Venue Supervisor Kirsten Lowes and Owner Brendan Craig Picture: Matt Jelonek www.communitypix.com.au   d489873
Head Chef Courtney Reid with Venue Supervisor Kirsten Lowes and Owner Brendan Craig Picture: Matt Jelonek www.communitypix.com.au d489873

SHOUTING a round has never been so cheap with a watering hole in Guildford declaring war on overpriced drinks and offering Perth’s cheapest pint.

Stirling Arms owner Brendan Craig said the establishment were putting their foot down on high beer prices.

“We are saying enough is enough to $12 pints and we are offering loyal customers a pint for $2.99,” he said.

“We are fortunate that we have smaller margins than some other venues, so we’d be silly not to pass on the savings to customers.”

Mr Craig said the cheap pints of German beer Uber Lager are available throughout January when customers sign up to its free loyalty program.

“I have never seen beer this cheap in my lifetime and one customer said it’s the cheapest pint he’s seen since the 70s,” he said.

“The offer is really kicking off and we are hoping to become the local venue of choice for customers because of our exceptional quality and pricing deals for food and beverages.

“We are also currently talking with a local brewery so watch this space we have a really exciting year planned.”

The Stirling Arms is also offering $5 spirits and $4 Coronas.