BrewDog is launching the sixth instalment of #Collabfest, its annual multi-venue craft beer festival, tomorrow.

This year’s event is set to be the brewery’s most expansive yet, taking place simultaneously over four days in 52 BrewDog bars across 37 cities in 12 countries.

#Collabfest sees BrewDog join forces with up-and-coming local independent breweries in cities with BrewDog bars. Each BrewDog bar’s team develops and brews a new limited-edition beer with a local brewery, and all the beers created are then released at the same time in every participating BrewDog bar.

This year’s events will run across 52 BrewDog bars from tomorrow (October 18) until Sunday. 2018 will be the first year in which BrewDog will have run the festival over four days instead of three, a decision made due to unprecedented demand for the broad range of beers on offer in previous years.

Craft beer lovers will get the chance to try some flavour-packed beers from the likes of Black Iris in Nottingham, Birrificio Pontino in Rome, and Aberdeen’s Fierce Beer.

The first 40 people to visit each bar on tomorrow and order a flight board of beers will get an exclusive branded #Collabfest2018 glass.


Exclusive offer


On the final day, BrewDog will be closing the festival with an exclusive offer for three flight boards of #Collabfest beers in all bars. Tickets for Sunday’s session can be bought at

BrewDog co-founder, James Watt, said: “We’ve turned it up several notches with our biggest #Collabfest to date. This year there is more beer, more time and more brewers.

“It’s been awesome to collaborate with some of the most inspired and interesting minds in brewing, and we’re so excited by the amazing new brews that have been born as a result.

“Collaboration and community sits at the heart of everything we do as we continue to drive forward our mission of making other people as passionate about craft beer as we are.

“I couldn’t be more excited to join forces with more passionate beer enthusiasts across the planet and sample their incredible new styles and refreshing twists on the classics. 2018 is one for the books.”


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