Pub-goers, while sipping their pints, will be able to read the chain's chairman Tim Martin’s beer mat manifesto, which he launched to counter the "co-ordinated campaign to dupe the public."
Mr Martin, who backed a Leave vote in last year’s referendum, said: "Parliament has the power to reduce food prices at a stroke in March 2019.
"The EU imposes huge taxes on food imports from the rest of the world. World Trade Organisation rules, contrary to the urban myth, allow the UK to follow New Zealand, Australia and Singapore, which have drastically reduced or eliminated these taxes."
He said: "There is absolutely no doubt that food prices will be cheaper without a deal if the UK chooses the free trade option."
The beer mats will be distributed to JD Wetherspoon's 895 pubs in Britain.