It’s a tricky time for hospitality.
But as costs continue to rise, one Cork bar group has decided to absorb the ongoing price increases from suppliers and cut the prices on their most popular drinks.
The Clancy’s Group has announced a price reduction on pints, long drinks, and no-alcohol options at all their venues, including Clancy’s, Conway’s Yard, Atlas, An Sibín, and the newly opened JJ Walsh’s.
Pints (all of the main brands – Guinness, Heineken, Budweiser, Murphys, Smithwicks, Rockshore, Hop-House and Carlsberg) and long drinks (all the main brands of pouring whiskey, vodka, gin or rum, and any mixer of choice such as Coke, 7Up, Club Orange, tonic, soda water) will be reduced to €5.
No and low-alcohol beverages will be reduced on a case-by-case basis.
“It’s been a turbulent few years for the hospitality industry, but our customers have remained loyal despite all of this.” said the owner of the Clancy’s Group, Paul Montgomery.
“As a thank-you gesture for such fantastic support over the last three years, we’re bringing in more value across all areas of the business – we have a new menu launching soon in Clancy’s which will also represent more fantastic value. With the increasing cost of living, we want our customers to be able to enjoy an affordable evening out in the heart of Cork.”
This new offering will remain in place throughout January, with more value offers being announced across the Group’s social media channels over the coming weeks.