BrewDog has announced the opening of more than 100 bars this week – the only difference is they are online.
The new virtual bars will be replicating the experience of every one of its bars across the globe – giving customers the chance to get together with their friends, enjoy a beer, and socialise.
Introducing BrewDog Online Bar 💻🍺
Doors open 6pm, Friday 27th March.
Beer. Quiz. Music. Community.
Staying in is the new going out.
More details coming soon 🤘
— BrewDog (@BrewDog) March 23, 2020
Online users can tune in for a series of events including beer tasting and homebrewing masterclasses to pub quizzes, live music and comedy from this Friday.
The sessions will include question and answer opportunities, giveaways and online tastings from Guest Breweries, Hawkes Cider, Overworks, BrewDog distilling and much more.
BrewDog co-founder James Watt said: “Community has always been at the absolute core of what we do. And the role that community, and great beer play in our society is now more important than ever.
“Our online bars will be open for business on the Friday March 27, at 6pm, and we are scheduling a series of amazing sessions with guest breweries, online tastings, games, entertainment.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming you all and sharing a beer.”
Dundee’s BrewDog bar in Panmure Street has closed its doors, along with other pubs, restaurants and entertainment venues, in line with government advice.