BrewDog To Open Its First Fully Vegan Venue

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Last Updated 01 October 2019

BrewDog To Open Its First Fully Vegan Venue

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BrewDog Dalston — where else? — is going vegan.

And no this isn't one of those one month only switches (those tend to happen in January). The craft beer giant's Dalston branch is going completely plant-based for good. This is thanks to a partnership with Biff's Jack Shack.

The jackfruit masters bring their beloved gorgeously filthy burgers and wingz to the table along with a host of new additions. The first-timers range from a southern smoky meatloaf to a dessert jackfruit pie served with vanilla ice cream and salted caramel for dessert.

It's not just the food alone that makes this BrewDog 100% vegan. All beers and other drinks are vegan friendly too. (For those curious, a lot of beers aren't vegan due to the use of fish bladders.)

Vegans, don't rush to Dalston BrewDog right away though — the plant-based switch takes place on 14 October. For the first three days, it's 2-4-1 on all wingz and burgers — we heartily recommend the punny Samuel Hell Jackson.

BrewDog Dalston, 33-35 Stoke Newington Road, N16 8BJ.