It will roll out the scheme in major cities, including Aberdeen, Edinburgh, London, Glasgow, Sheffield, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Reading, Birmingham and Bristol.
On offer will be the brewery’s flagship Punk IPA and Lost Lager fresh from the tap in addition to offering other products in cans and bottles.
Its food delivery menu will be quite limited but will offer classic dishes such as burgers and wings.
Customers can make orders through the BrewDog Hop Drop app, which is available on iOS and Android platforms.
BrewDog co-founder James Watt said: “We know how much people miss getting fresh, craft beer. While our bars will remain shut for customers, we’re delighted to be bringing an offer of beer direct to people’s homes via the BrewDog hop drop app.
“Our priority is to protect our customers and teams as best we can so will be implementing several new safety features.
“Freshly canned Punk IPA and Lost Lager will be available via the app as well as other craft beer and a selection of food menu items.”
NHS workers will receive 50% off BrewDog orders along with a bottle of ‘Punk Sanitiser’ hand soap, which the brewery has been producing at its distillery in Aberdeen.
The operator has been among those to launch a virtual pub, hosting regular pub quizzes and live music events over video.
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