According to reports, nine in 10 pubs, equivalent to 36,000 establishments, will receive a £1,000 reduction in their bills to help limit the impact of increased business rates.
However, the discount is said to be £500 less than was rumoured saving.
Reports claimed Sajid Javid, the Local Government Secretary, was examining proposals to launch a £150million fund giving small businesses a £1,500 discount each.
He hoped to revive a “retail relief scheme” – used by former Chancellor George Osborne – limiting the impact of price hikes, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Phillip Hammond is expected to announce a discount for pubs tomorrow
But Mr Hammond has gone one step further and given those who faced a 50 per cent increase to their bills the right to receive a discount.
Mr Hammond is also set to cut beer duty, which will bring down the price of the average pint, according to the Sun.
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Philip Hammond reads through his Autumn Statement in his office in 11 Downing Street
Hoping that pubs will receive all the benefits from tomorrow’s budget, the British Beer & Pub Association CEO Brigid Simmonds told the publication: “Much-needed help on business rates and beer duty will help keep pubs at the heart of their local communities.
“The Chancellor must act now to further support pubs”.
Mr Hammond will reportedly use his Budget to lay the foundations for a “stronger and fairer” Britain outside of the European Union.
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It is said the Tory will deliver an "upbeat" assessment of Britain's prospects as he announces the economy has defied forecasts and grown at a significantly faster rate than expected.
Hammond promised to "listen" to small businesses
An ally of the Chancellor said: "He will be upfront and transparent,” within the budget as he does not want to be accused of “hidden spending cuts or stealth taxes like his predecessor George Osborne.”