North-east craft beer giants BrewDog will open its Inveruire bar on Friday, marking its seventh venue in the north-east.
From noon, customers will be able to try out the 22 fresh kegged beers on tap at the bar on Market Place.
It will also boast a range of beers from across the UK and worldwide.
Also serving up a range of classic food dishes, beer lovers will be able to enjoy burgers and wings as well as brunch at the weekend. BrewDog espresso coffee roasted on-site at the Ellon brewery will also be available.
To kick off BrewDog Inverurie’s opening, the first 100 customers through its doors at noon on Friday will be in with a chance to win some incredible perks. These include a year’s supply of free craft beer and a DogWalk Brewery tour of the brewery in Ellon to discover and enjoy the world of craft beer, right at its source.
Captain of BrewDog James Watt said: “Inverurie’s ambitious spirit, embodied in its status as the fastest growing town in the UK, was an obvious choice for our latest BrewDog site.
“We share a mutual passion with its residents on quality and innovation, as well as our roots as a Scottish brewer. With the launch of our seventh Aberdeenshire site, we’re continuing to reinvest in the communities that are home to the planet’s highest density of BrewDog Equity Punks.”
The launch of BrewDog Inverurie will be the brand’s 88th bar site since it started up back in 2007.
For more information and to book a table at BrewDog Inverurie, please visit www.brewdog.com