North-east beer giants BrewDog will celebrate Robert Burns by holding Scots-themed parties and giving everyone who wears a kilt or tartan trousers on the day a free pint.
Customers at any of the seven bars in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire can enjoy a pint of BrewDog’s headliner beer for those sporting the national dress on Saturday January 25.
In addition, the firm is also pledging its support to helping preserve the Bard’s legacy by joining forces with the campaign to save the iconic cottage where he was born.
For every haggis special (burger or pizza) sold in the bars on Burns Night, the firm will donate £1 to the National Trust for Scotland and their urgent plan to repair and restore the roof and walls of Burns Cottage in Alloway.
The special Burns bar menus will also have a QR Code on them linking to a Just Giving page where diners can donate to help protect the legacy of the national poet.
The Scots-themed party on Burns Night will feature flights of mini boilermakers – a flight board of a trio of paired whiskies and 1/3 pint beers, Scottish music, haggis specials and a toast to the man himself at 6pm.
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