BrewDog will reopen its SHoreditch bar with free beer on July 4 at 12:01am

It’s no secret the nation’s majority was desperate to get back into the pub. In fact, so desperate that some people even created their own pub in the back garden. Does it need to, amiright? And now, saving the rest of us from a pintless existence, BrewDog has confirmed that on Saturday, July 4 they’ll reopen their Shoreditch bar at 00.01 am. 

Reopening the very minute, it is legal to; the Scottish brewery will mark with an exceptional event the official reopening of the hospitality field, enabling fans to get the first, holy sips of beer again before 2.30 am. 

The brewery announced the news on their Twitter page, saying: “We can’t wait to welcome you back to our bars so will be throwing open the doors the minute we’re allowed to.

“A 1 minute past midnight July 4 we’re throwing an Equity Punk exclusive preview night in Shoreditch, Newcastle and Manchester.”

The event should, of course, be ticked to help the bars handle the amount of customers inside, each ticket costs £20 and all proceeds are donated to Hospitality In Practice. The event itself will allow guests to get comfortable and take a seat before they try out the famous craft beers from BrewDog, which will be part of a guided tasting experience coupled with their farm-to-table food. 

The bar will follow the strict social distancing rules of government, only allowing two households to book for the exclusive event together. Tickets are extremely limited, and more can be found here. 

However, for those who don’t manage to secure tickets, you can rest assured that there will be a treat for you in particular, with BrewDog also promising that they will buy a free beer when they reopen, which you can claim by registering here.