Don’t miss out on a 2p pint in Boston tomorrow

Pocahontas (Debbie Gorensweigh) with brave Nick Rymer and squaws Glyn Ruskin, Paula Naylor and Lucy Taylor
Pocahontas (Debbie Gorensweigh) with brave Nick Rymer and squaws Glyn Ruskin, Paula Naylor and Lucy Taylor

Don’t miss out on the chance to snap up a pint of the special Indian Queen ale for just 2p with our special offer.

Readers can snap up the ale, brewed by Bateman’s to mark the 400th anniversary of the marriage of Pocohontas to Englishman John Rolfe, as part of the Night of Festivals event tomorrow.

Performers will take on the roles of Pocohontas and her tribe with costumes from Pots of Fun Ceramic Painting Studio and Fancy Dress, Avocet House, Bittern Way, Boston.

The Indian Queen procession will set off from the Cattle Market car park at 12.30pm tomorrow. The route is Wide Bargate, Strait Bargate, Market Place, turn at Assembly Rooms, Market Place, Strait Bargate, Wide Bargate, Pescod Square, Mitre Lane, Silver Street, Dolphin Lane.

They will deliver the beer to the Indian Queen and Three Kings in Dolphin Lane for it to be enjoyed.

Readers of the Boston Standard can cut out of a coupon from this week’s paper, which is on sale now for just 50p, and get a pint at 2p.

The special offer price was chosen to mark the pub’s Victorian-themed revamp.

You can catch up with our feature on the making of the beer and also our piece on the town’s links to the Pocahontas story as well as our preview for the Night of Festivals.