If you can’t resist trying new real ale flavours, you’re in luck as Wetherpoon has announced its spring beer festival.

Pubgoers will be able to get their hands on a pint for as little as £1.99 in some of the chain's locations.

During the 12-day beer festival, a range of 30 real ales, including five from overseas brewers in Belgium, Germany, Italy, Taiwan and the USA will be available.

As well as featuring a selection of malt and hop varieties from around the world, there are also beers which, among their ingredients, include chocolate and vanilla pods.

Worcester News: The beer festival across many UK Wetherspoon pubs will run for 12 days in MarchThe beer festival across many UK Wetherspoon pubs will run for 12 days in March (Image: Tim Ireland/PA)

Among the festival's collection are vegan beers, which are suitable for vegetarians.

When is the Wetherspoon spring beer festival?

The beer festival will run from Wednesday, March 6 to Sunday, March 17, inclusive.

Three third-of-a-pint tasters will also be available for the price of a pint.

Prices will start from £1.99 at around 50 pubs, while the majority of Wetherspoon locations will see prices start from £2.49, reports The Mirror.

You can find your local Wetherspoon here.

See all the drinks included in Wetherspoon's spring beer festival

The full list of beers in the festival line-up includes:

  • Spring Frenzy (Daleside Brewery)
  • Grizzly Bear IPA (Shepherd Neame)
  • Disco Macaw (Redpoint Brewing, Taiwan)
  • Crafty Fox (Hook Norton Brewery)
  • Bite the Bullet! (Oakham Ales)
  • Bingo Lady (The Lost Abbey Brewing Company, USA)
  • Chocolate Ale (Leikeim Brewery, Germany)
  • Parts and Labour (Rooster’s Brewery)
  • Germain (Brouwerij De Bock, Belgium)
  • Roasted Nuts (Rebellion Brewery)
  • Falstaff (Birrificio Gregorio, Italy)

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Marketing manager Jen Swindells said: “The festival is a great celebration of real ale.

“It will allow us, during a 12-day period, to showcase a selection of value-for-money beers, including those from overseas.

“It will also give our customers the opportunity to enjoy several beers which have not previously been available in the pubs, as well as those brewed especially for the festival.”

Tasting notes on all of the beers will be available in pubs as part of the festival magazine (a digital version will be available on the Wetherspoon app and website).