Budweiser, Stella Artois, Corona and Leffe Blonde will from then "feature prominently" on draught in the chain's 860 pubs, while Heineken's Strongbow will be replaced by Weston's Stowford Press Apple.
A Wetherspoons spokesperson told the Standard Heineken will stop supplying Wetherspoons with draught beers, but is in discussions over supplying bottled beers.
Budweiser's president, Paula Lindenberg, said the move "provides a fantastic opportunity to invest at scale in the UK’s vibrant hospitality sector".
A Heineken spokesperson said: “We confirm that we have decided not to renew the lead brewer contract with JD Wetherspoon and subsequently a number of our brands will not be supplied on draught as of mid-December.
“Customers will still be able to enjoy HEINEKEN brands at a Wetherspoon pub, as we will continue to provide a number of brands as packaged products.”
Wetherspoons crashed to a £155 million loss in the year to July after Covid hit. The company has only made a loss in three out of its 37 years – 1984, 2020 and 2021.
The firm’s shares rose 2.2%, or 20p, to 911.8p, this morning.
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