It's the Queen's official birthday on Saturday (June 11), and what better way to toast our monarch turning 90 than with longer pub opening hours.
Landlords can serve for two more hours beyond the traditional 11pm closing time on Friday and Saturday this weekend, so you can raise a pint to her Royal Highness at your favourite boozer up until 1am.
David Cameron announced the extension to opening hours during Prime Minister's Questions in March, saying: "I'm sure that will be welcomed right across the House."
The longer hours conveniently coincide with England's and Wales' first matches in Euro 2016, giving you extra time to either celebrate or drown your sorrows.
On Saturday, Wales play Slovakia at 5pm and England take on Russia at 8pm.
Chester Races is also back with Halewood International Day on Saturday, and this week's heatwave is predicted to continue into next so the city's watering holes may well be packed with revellers this weekend.
Cheshire police have announced they will be stepping up patrols in a bid to tackle boozy anti-social behaviour during Euro 2016.
"We want to send out a clear message that any kind of disorder, violence or anti-social behaviour, whether it is alcohol-related or not, will not be tolerated," said Superintendent Luke McDonnell.