A pub chain based by a outstanding Brexit supporter mentioned it’ll cease promoting French brandy and German Jagermeister liqueur and change them with merchandise from nations that are not European Union members.
JD Wetherspoon mentioned that beginning September 26, its 880 pubs will inventory English natural liqueur Strika as an alternative of Jagermeister. Courvoisier and Hennessy cognac shall be changed with manufacturers from Britain and Australia.
The change means the pub chain will now not serve Jagerbombs — a scholar favorite that mixes a shot of Jagermeister with an power drink.
Wetherspoon has already stopped promoting French Champagne and German wheat beer.
Founder and chairman Tim Martin mentioned the brand new merchandise “shall be provided at a cheaper price than these they’re changing.”
The pound has misplaced greater than 10 % of its worth in opposition to the euro for the reason that U.Okay. voted in 2016 to depart the EU, making imports dearer.
There are at the moment no tariffs on EU items coming into Britain. However that might change if Britain exits the EU customs union when it leaves the bloc.
Martin, an enthusiastic supporter of Brexit, mentioned “all EU merchandise have U.Okay. or non-EU replacements, typically at equal or higher high quality and value.”