Norwegian pub slashes prices for thirsty Hibs fans

A SPORTS bar in Molde has slashed the price of a pint for Hibs fans arriving for tomorrow night's Europa League qualifier.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 16th August 2018, 9:19 am
Updated Thursday, 16th August 2018, 9:23 am

With alcohol heavily taxed in Norway, punters would ordinarily be faced with forking out around £10 for a beer.

However, local pub Sportspuben 1911 has come to the rescue, offering a 50 per cent discount for thirsty Hibees.

The venue – a stone’s throw from the Aker Stadium – affords them the same deal to the Molde faithful throughout the year. Management have decided to extend the deal to include the visitors.

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Sportspuben 1911 in Molde has halved the price of a pint for visiting Hibs fans. Pic: Sportspuben 1911

Around 500 Hibs fans are expected to make the journey to the idyllic coastal town, with the tie delicately balanced at 0-0.

The victors will face either Dinamo Minsk or Zenit St Petersburg in the Europa League play-off round.