BrewDog Bars Collab Fest
one mammoth meeting of minds
We love collaborating: we've worked on beers with the likes of Three Floyds, Mikkeller, Brodie's, Stone, Lost Abbey, Evil Twin & Ballast Point in the past. It's the perfect way to share ideas and introduce new approaches and ideas and share experiences with like-minded brewers.
And now, with the help of some craft beer royalty and our amazing bar teams, we are taking the collaborative brewing thing to a whole new level.
We are launching the biggest craft beer collaboration effort the world has ever seen as we create not one, not two, but 12 collaborative beers with 11 different breweries and with input from all of our bar teams.
Each of our BrewDog Bars are brewing a collaboration beer with one of their local, outstanding craft brewers, resulting in our biggest, most exciting beer festival ever.
Our bar teams are currently brewing beers which they helped devise with their local brewery of choice. Once the beers are ready, they will all be simultaneously unveiled in every one of our bars.
We're planning a big fat bastard of a beer festival style event, which will run in all of our bars, tapping all 12 collaboration beers at once. You will also be able to meet the brewer that helped brew that bar's beer on the day. We'll also be stocking more beers from the various breweries too, so we can really showcase the different partners we're collaborating with.
The BrewDog Bars Collab-Fest will be on October 19th & 20th
These are the breweries we are working with:
- Aberdeen – Cromarty Brewing Co
- Birmingham – Lovibonds
- Bristol - Arbor Ales
- Camden – Weird Beard Brew Co
- Shoreditch – Beavertown Brewery
- Edinburgh – Tempest Brewing Co
- Glasgow – Fyne Ales
- Leeds – Hand Drawn Monkey Brewing Co
- Manchester – Quantum Brewing Co
- Newcastle – The Durham Brewery
- Nottingham – Buxton Brewery
Wanna make a suggestion for a beer style or idea for a special twist for one of these partnerships? Drop it in the comments and we'll compile them for the bars!
This huge collaborative effort has come about because of an awesome suggestion put forward by Cormac, our duty manager at BrewDog Shoreditch. Cheers, Cormac.