A SOMERSET pub has sold Britain's most expensive pint today for £755 - after auctioning off its first poured beer in over a year for charity.

The Packhorse pub has today (May 17) auctioned off its first pint inside the premises - on the day indoor hospitality can reopen in England.

The 15th-century tavern in South Stoke, near Bath, poured a pint of Birra Moretti for sisters Olivia and Isabelle Cundy.

The pair made the whopping winning bid along with other family members.

100 per cent of the proceeds are going towards Dorothy House Hospice Care based in Bath, and The Mountain Way charity which helps former military personnel overcome PTSD.

Bidding on the pint ended on eBay just before the pub opened today.

Somerset County Gazette: PRICEY PINT: Winning bidders Olivia, right, and Isabelle Cundy who, along with other family members, bid £755 for the first pint pulled at The Packhorse pub in South Stoke