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BrewDog opens over 100 new online bars - with plans for huge virtual gathering

Scottish brewers BrewDog have announced that they are opening 102 bars online and will host a series of events from Q&As to pub quizzes.

Published: March 24, 2020
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These new online bars will replicate the experience from every one of their bars across the globe, and will give customers the chance to get together to enjoy a beer and a chat.

What to expect

On Friday 27 March from 6pm the bars will open their virtual doors to anyone in the world (who is over 18) for a series of events including beer tasting and homebrewing masterclasses to pub quizzes, live music and comedy.

Throughout the sessions there will be Q&A opportunities, giveaways and exclusive merchandise available from the BrewDog online shop.

There will then be a series of online tastings from guest breweries, Hawkes Cider, Overworks, BrewDog distilling and more.

Every single BrewDog Bar in the UK, Germany, Australia and USA will have it’s own online session for a chance for locals and regulars to connect.

From BrewDog Camden to BrewDog Oslo and from BrewDog Cincy to BrewDog Edinburgh customers can still visit their local, hang out with their friends and enjoy some beers.

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The team at BrewDog will be announcing session details and events on their Twitter and Instagram channels, as well as where the bar will be hosted and how to take part.

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 27th of March 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.”

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Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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