BrewDog‘s online bar opens tonight at 6pm. The UK is currently in lockdown and we can’t go to the pub but thankfully, we can recreate the pub experience at home by cracking open a can from the fridge and joining BrewDog’s online bar!
Independent Harrogate-based brewery Rooster’s, has launched a Take-Home Taproom. The UK is currently in lockdown with social distancing in operation – so although you can’t go to the taproom, you can now order a taproom (of sorts) to be delivered direct to you door via Rooster’s online shop.
Independent London-based craft brewery, Anspach & Hobday, have just launched their brand-new can range following a £500,000 crowdfunding investment in January 2019.
Cans of Anspach & Hobday beer are now available from their webshop and also to take away from their Croydon Taproom, Bermondset Taproom and their bar, The Pigeon, in Camberwell. READ MORE
BrewDog have started using their distillery in Aberdeenshire to make hand sanitiser due to shortages caused by the coronavirus.
They’re not the only ones, with a number of other whisky and gin producers across Europe doing the same.
Hand sanitiser has been identified as an important tool in combating the virus, so of course it is increasingly difficult to get your hands on across the UK.
BrewDog co-founder, James Watt announced their plans on Twitter, with the first batch of their BrewGel available from next week.
The newest addition to the Lagunitas ‘Fusion’ series is Petaluma Fuzz – a Brut Rose IPA available online exclusively from Beerwulf.com. This is what happens when Lagunitas invite a group of French guests to Petaluma California to brew a beer. Aptly named as their memories of the trip were a little fuzzy…
Combining West Coast with French influence, Petaluma Fuzz is brewed with Petite Syrah grape juice then dry-hopped with Cashmere, Azacca, Citra, Chinook, Sabro and the experimental HBC 344 hops for a bitter and super dry bite. READ MORE