Pub chain JD Wetherspoon have now come to an agreement with Heineken, after Wetherspoon’s last month had decided to stop selling Heineken products in its pubs as a result of a dispute over supply terms at a new site near Dublin. The dispute had led Wetherspoon’s to remove Heineken products from all its 926 premises, which is the equivalent of £60 million a year in business.

Wetherspoon’s Irish pubs will stock Beamish, Fosters and Symonds Cider, although drinkers at the pubs in Ireland will still be unable to buy Murphy’s or Heineken.

JD Wetherspoon currently has two pubs in Dublin, Ireland, and are planning to open five more around the country.

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