Remainers are enraged over the Wetherspoons beer shortage, exclaiming, “He deserves what he gets!”
Customers of WETHERSPOONS will be disappointed to learn that several beer brands are in low supply.
JD Wetherspoon has become the latest company to suffer from supply chain challenges and lorry driver shortages, as the pubs have run out of numerous types of beer. “We regret to inform you that we are out of stock of Carling, Coors, and Bud Light,” one enraged customer said on Twitter, alongside a photo of a sign warning: “We regret to advise you that we are out of stock of Carling, Coors, and Bud Light.”
“As a result of supply concerns, such as a shortage of lorry drivers and strike action beyond our control.”
“We are experiencing some supply challenges with both Carling and Coors, which means that some pubs do not have the goods available,” Wetherspoons spokesperson Eddie Gershon said in response to the scarcity.
“We apologize for any trouble this has caused our consumers. We’re aware that the brewers are working to find a solution.”
Wetherspoons founder Tim Martin was a staunch backer of Brexit during the referendum and even produced 200,000 beer mats asking consumers to “Take Back Control” in 2016. Remainer Twitter users have been eager to point the criticism at him.
“I used to give Wetherspoons credit for its democratic prices and half-decent curries,” one angry user said. Not right now. Tim Martin, a pro-Brexit businessman, had a key role in causing the labor and supply difficulties that he now faces. He is deserving of whatever he receives. #BrexitChaos.”
“Tim Martin was one of the architects of Brexit, and now it’s backfiring on him; he’s experiencing what he predicted would never happen, namely beer and personnel shortages,” added another. I don’t have any sympathy.”
Wetherspoons and other businesses look to be suffering as a result of #Brexit.
“I am outraged by the way liberals are teasing Tim Martin about beer shortages at Wetherspoons,” said Sir Michael Take, a former Conservative MP for Dorset.
“We should be proud of Tim because he is a fantastic entrepreneur and a generous manager. He understands that there are a few teething issues, as we predicted in the early days of Brexit. He’ll be laughing next year!”
Punters have been told that some pubs may experience beer shortages this week as delivery drivers plan to protest after receiving only a 1.4 percent salary increase despite many losing revenue due to the Covid pandemic.
Furthermore, a scarcity has been exacerbated as a result of many. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”