21 FEB 2019 - 25 FEB 2019
In 2019 we are taking our Equity Punks to another level. Literally. With BrewDog Airlines.
We are dialling in a bespoke BrewDog Boeing 767 that will cruise from London Stansted to Columbus Ohio, taking any Equity Punk who wants to fly with us on a trip they will never forget.
Our shareholders are involved in every aspect of our business – for a chance to check out our Columbus brewery like never before, there’s no better way to travel than with BrewDog Airlines.
The world’s first craft beer airline is now boarding!Book Now
WHEN WE LAND…
Once we land in Columbus our Very Important Punks will have the chance to:
Enjoy a detailed behind the scenes tour of BrewDog Columbus and the DogHouse
Take part in an afternoon/evening walking tour of the best bars, restaurants and breweries in Columbus
Take a guided day trip to the Queen City of Cincinnati to visit her top breweries!
- BrewDog Airlines is for Equity Punks only!
- Flight leaves from London Stansted on 21/02/2019 at 14.00 and arrives in Columbus, Ohio at 17.55.
- Accommodation provided at downtown Columbus hotel.
- Equity Punks can stay at the DogHouse Columbus for one night, for a supplement.
- Flight returns from Columbus on 25/02/2019 18.55 and arrives in London on 26/02/2019 07.25.
- Ticket price is inclusive of all flights, excursions and accommodation at a hotel in Downtown Columbus.
- The ticket price is £1,250 for an individual with a private room, or £2,250 for a package of 2 people sharing a room.
- Two people max per transaction.
- For more questions or queries, check out our FAQ here!Book Now
Flight-inclusive packages created on BrewDog.com are financially protected by the ATOL scheme (under Air Charter Service LTD's ATOL number 10632). When you buy an ATOL protected flight or flight inclusive holiday from us you will receive an ATOL Certificate. This lists the flight, accommodation, car hire and/or other services that are financially protected, where you can get information on what this means for you and who to contact if things go wrong.