If you're planning on enjoying your evening in front of Euro 2020, how about doing so with your very own pint-pouring machine?
Yes, Morrisons is flogging a draught pint machine so you can enjoy a freshly pulled pint from the comfort of your own home.
Not bad, right?
It was expected that England and Scotland fans would be getting stuck into 3.4 million pints during last night's game, and if you want to attempt to recreate that feat yourself you need only head down to your nearest Morrisons supermarket and grab an Ice Master draught beer pump.
It'll only set you back £150.
OK, that's a sizable outlay, but you'll get your value for it, surely? Think of how much a pint in the pub would cost, then reassess how many you'd get if you had a machine dedicated to that.
It starts to make sense.
The Ice Master is compatible with any five-litre keg - and you'll need five litres, won't you? - and has an integrated cooling system that will deliver you a lovely cold pint even in the warmest of weather.
It's worth mentioning that this could also prove to be the perfect present for Father's Day tomorrow, too.
Just crack on down to Morrisons and get stuck in. Your dad will thank you.
Morrisons describes the product thusly: "Morrisons customers will be able to get their hands on a draught beer machine so that they can pour cold, fresh pints from the comfort of their home.
"The pump has an integrated cooling system to ensure beer stays at the perfect temperature throughout the tournament and is designed to fit any 5L keg.
"Available for a limited time, the Ice Master Beer Pump will cost £150, considerably cheaper than similar products sold by online retailers."
They're right too. Many of the other products available are a good deal more expensive, although there are a few cheaper options too.
You can buy a Klarstien mobile beer dispenser for just £140 and free delivery, should you so desire.
However, you will have to wait five working days for it to be delivered, meaning that it will be late for Father's Day.
That said, it does work through mains electricity and comes with an adapter that allows you to connect five-litre Heineken drums as well as everything else, which ain't half bad.
Either way, get stuck into some lovely cold pints at home. We've all earned it.
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