BrewDog reveals reopening measures

Independent brewer and bar chain, BrewDog has today announced some initial measures it plans to introduce when the Government allows reopening.

The initial approach detailed below, will be subject to official guidance from the government, but is a marker of what it will undertake in order to ensure that it can offer an environment that will allow its customers to feel relaxed and safe whilst on its premises.

• Contactless ordering via our order to table app.
• Staff wearing face masks and gloves at all times.
• Easily accessible sanitiser stations for all.
• Clearly visible social distancing signage and guidelines.
• Amended furniture layouts to create appropriate space.
• Staff monitoring capacity continually.
• Cashless payment only, via our app or card payment
• Single use menus in use.
• Physical table screens available on request.
• Surface cleaning every 15 minutes.

David McDowall, BrewDog group COO, commented, ‘This is a hugely challenging time for our bars. Here at BrewDog, we are all longing for the day when our team is back in our bars, serving world class craft beer to our awesome community.

'Although the future for hospitality businesses is incredibly uncertain, we remain optimistic. With that in mind whilst we eagerly await official guidance from the government, our amazing bar teams have been working on various proposals.

'When we finally get our bars back open again, and our customers visit us to enjoy a well-deserved pint, we will ensure that they do so with a very warm welcome, and in a clean and safe environment.'