Biff’s and BrewDog to launch the 'UK’s biggest vegan food delivery brand'

Biff’s and BrewDog to launch the ‘UK’s biggest vegan food delivery brand’

Read Time:   |  14th July 2020

BrewDog and vegan junk food brand Biff's Jack Shack have joined forces to launch a new vegan delivery service across England, Scotland and Wales

Multinational brewery and pub chain BrewDog and Biff’s Jack Shack joined forces with vegan junk food restaurant to open their first all-vegan pub last year.

Now the duo has teamed up once again to launch an exciting new vegan delivery concept which is set to be the largest vegan food delivery business in the UK.

The new delivery service will launch initially on Deliveroo as ‘Biff’s Vegan Burgers and Wingz’ with a range of tempting items on the menu to choose from including burgers and Biff’s signature jackfruit wings.

The delivery-only ‘virtual kitchens’ service will be operated by BrewDog who has created new delivery hubs from its BrewDog and Draft House venues.

“Our mission at Bi’s is to give as many people as possible the opportunity to eat exceptional vegan food,
and creating a delivery-only operation means that consumers across the UK will now be able to have a
‘Bi’s Night In’,” said Bi’s co-founder Bi Bloom-Burrows in a statement.

“Working with BrewDog is a very exciting opportunity to make this happen at scale – we share their
innovative punk spirit, so combining their strength in physical sites with our passion for creating highquality, plant-based food makes for a powerful proposition to really own more of the UK delivery space.”

BrewDog retail director, James Brown, added: “Delivery is a huge part of our retail strategy for the next few years.

“The Bi’s partnership adds another income stream and opportunity to deliver great craft beer to
people’s homes alongside some killer vegan food. ”

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