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BrewDog is offering free beer to anyone who votes in the General Election

The craft brewery wants to encourage voter turnout this week.


BrewDog is rewarding people with free beer if they vote in the General Election on June 8.

The craft brewer wants to encourage “every voice to be heard” and is rewarding voters a free Punk IPA in one of its 29 bars across the country if they go to the polls.

All you have to do is take a picture of yourself outside your polling station and show the photo to bar staff at a BrewDog bar. The offer lasts until June 9.


James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog, said: “Whatever your views, whatever your status, every vote was created equal. An election is a key moment for those that feel marginalised or under-represented to stand up and be counted; so we want to encourage and reward those making their voices heard on June 8.”

BrewDog will also be tackling shockingly inaccurate predictions which have surrounded recent political votes with a poll of their own.

Armed with cans of Punk IPA for participants, a dedicated team will be stationed outside BrewDog bars to talk to voters and attempt to call the General Election results themselves.

The prediction will be collated a day before the big vote on June 8.

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