BrewDog craft beer airline adding round-trip flight from Columbus to Scotland

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COLUMBUS  (WCMH) — BrewDog has announced it will be adding Edinburgh, Scotland as a stop from Columbus during a round-trip flight.  

According to a release, BrewDog Airlines will be adding a flight from Columbus to Edinburgh, Scotland, on October 31.  

Earlier this year, the inaugural BrewDog Airlines U.K. flight took more than 200 of BrewDog’s U.K. investors, known as Equity Punks, from London to Columbus, Ohio, the home of BrewDog’s U.S. headquarters. 

This second flight is an opportunity to take American-based investors to the homeland of BrewDog. Passengers will spend five nights visiting the Ellon BrewDog headquarters and some of Scotland’s best whisky distilleries. 

Passengers aboard the chartered flight will partake in a unique beer tasting experience as they sample a limited-edition BrewDog beer that has been specifically brewed to adapt to the reduction of taste and smell sensitivity in high altitudes. The beer will be presented by Cicerone-trained cabin crew, offering expertise in beer 35,000ft in the air. 

You can purchase BrewDog Airline tickets here.

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