BrewDog pledges to buy customers a drink when bars re-open - here's how to claim your free pint

Scottish brewing giant BrewDog has committed to buying customers all over the UK a pint of Punk IPA once the lockdown ends.

Published 27th Apr 2020
Updated 9 th Aug 2023

BrewDog has pledged a free pint to customer when their bars re-open - a gift which will cover BrewDog bars in the UK, France, Spain and Ireland.

Anyone who wants to claim their free pint of Punk IPA needs to sign up online.

Customers must be of legal drinking age in their country, and will be issued with a QR code that can be taken into their local BrewDog bar in return for a free pint of beer.

James Watt, BrewDog’s co-founder said: “We are in the midst of the biggest crisis to have faced society in living memory.

"Like always, we believe in the power of our community and that good beer has always brought people together.

"At BrewDog we have never underestimated the power of community, and its ability to ensure we don’t feel alone even in times of trouble. We have to stand together now more than ever.

"Looking to the future, we want to make sure that when this is all over whether you’re in Aberdeen or Berlin you can celebrate with friends and family, over a beer. Until then, stay home. Stay safe, and look after each other, see you on the other side”.

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