BrewDog to launch UK drive-thru pub designed like a petrol station

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Aberdeenshire-based brewery and pub group BrewDog has revealed it will launch four drive-thru pubs worldwide, including one in the UK.

The locations will be designed to look like petrol filling stations, and will allow customers to return reusable mini kegs and containers, and pick up new supplies of beer.

The company made the announcement on Twitter calling it “part of their commitment to sustainability”.

“They will be beer collection points, hubs for electric vehicle deliveries & hubs for closed loop, zero waste packaging such as growlers, mini-kegs & returnable bottles,” the company continued, also using the hashtag “#BrewDogTomorrow”.

Another round? The brewery already runs 48 pubs across the country (Getty Images)
Another round? The brewery already runs 48 pubs across the country (Getty Images)

As well as a site at an as-yet unspecified location in the UK, BrewDog plans to launch drive-thrus in Columbus, Ohio in the United States, another in Berlin in Germany, and a fourth in Brisbane, Australia.

During lockdown, BrewDog launched a “drive-thru” service which allowed customers to order beer from the company through its Hop Drop app, and collect it from a nearby BrewDog pub location without having to leave their car.

BrewDog currently runs a total of 48 bars across the UK, as well as locations in the United States, Australia and Germany.

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