Death of the Queen: pub sells pints for 6p in honor of Elizabeth II

A pub sold pints at bargain prices today in honor of Queen Elizabeth II.

The alcohol bar offered pints for 6p between 10am and 11am in memory of the monarch who died yesterday.

The price reflects the average price of a pint in 1952, the year the Queen ascended the throne.

Punters praised the Entwistle Hotel in Darwen, Lancashire for the decision.

In a statement to the Lancashire TelegraphThe pub said: “In honor of Her Majesty the Queen and her death yesterday, we have decided to sell all pints at 6p, which was the price when Elizabeth came to the throne in 1952.

“We are a local community and want our loyal customers to celebrate their lives with a pint and toast to her majesty for 18p.”

As the customer said the move was a “lovely gesture,” while another said, “Let’s hope people don’t get too greedy for your gesture.”

Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-serving monarch, died at Balmoral aged 96 after reigning for 70 years.

She died peacefully in the afternoon at her Scottish estate, where she had spent much of the summer.

The Queen ascended the throne in 1952 and experienced enormous social change.

Her son King Charles III. said the death of his beloved mother was a “moment of great sadness” for him and his family and that her loss was “deeply felt” around the world. Death of the Queen: pub sells pints for 6p in honor of Elizabeth II

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