Scotland’s BrewDog Wants To Make Beer Deliveries Via Drone [VIDEO]

It’s the perfect solution for the summer of social distancing.

Scotland’s BrewDog, a craft beer brewery in Scotland, envisions a low tech but highly effective application for drone delivery – dropping a six-pack by drone.

James and Martin clearly have a sense of humor.  “In 2007 James and Martin started BrewDog with a mission to make other people as passionate about great craft beer as they were. In April 2007, in a godforsaken industrial estate in north east Scotland, BrewDog came howling into the world,” says the company website.

There newest marketing campaign combines their sense of adventure with our favorite drone technology: who knew that little quad could carry a six-pack?

Lol: In July @BrewDog will start ,socially distanced, beer deliveries on the Columbus campus using drones
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— Jeroen Bartelse (@JeroenBartelse) June 19, 2020

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