BrewDog Airlines Craft Beer Experience

Oct 30, 2018

Category: Vices

With the craft beer scene continuing to gain momentum, it was really only a matter of time before we saw the reflection of such a booming industry take to the sky. And no, we’re not referencing that dry-hopped IPA you can now purchase in-flight. Instead, we’re referring to this new craft beer airline.

Not just an airline at that, BrewDog Air has officially launched and promises a one-of-a-kind craft beer experience on a roundtrip flight from London, U.K. to Columbus, Ohio. It’s set to take flight in February 2019 and the good folk at BrewDog are also offering complimentary lodging at Aberdeenshire brewery’s US craft beer hotel — The Doghouse — during the duration of each passenger’s four-night stay in Columbus. In-flight, they’ll also experience beer tasting galore and sample a special edition BrewDog beer brewed specially for the flight while additional on-ground perks include a tour of their brewery, their dedicated beer museum, and what we can imagine is all the beer they can drink.

Learn More: BrewDog Airlines

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