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All You Can Drink Craft Beer Courtesy Of Brewdog Airlines

All you can drink
An All You Can Drink flight???, Besides soaring through the air at 550 miles per hour and incredibly getting to another part of the planet faster than any other species or human before 1903, flying kind of sucks. And it’s only getting worse as airlines cut legroom, in-flight meals, baggage allowances and more. But there’s finally good news in the world of airlines. All You Can Drink Craft Beer Flight.

All you can drink

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The brewery just announced that it’ll fly 210 passengers from London to Ohio in a Boeing 767 on February 21st. Onboard, passengers will get All You Can Drink craft beer as well as food pairings. When the plane lands in Ohio, passengers will spend two days on a food and bar tour in Columbus as well as Cincinnati. Sounds pretty sweet, not gonna lie.

The excursion will take place from February 21st to 25th 2019 and includes both the flight and accommodation for £1,250 per person ($1600 USD).

Sadly, the experience is only available to BrewDog investors, called Equity Punks, but if you’re not a shareholder in the company then I’d still say there’s hope.

You know all those companies offering ‘the world’s greatest job?’ You know, a job on Richard Branson’s private island, or eating BBQ across America or binge-watch Netflix? These, well, let’s call them what they are — gimmicks — didn’t used to be a thing. But after a few viral stories now every damn company is offering a ‘dream job’ for marketing purposes. So why not sweet flights?

All you can drink

Bare with me. First it’ll be a gimmick, something a few brands do. Then it’ll become an expectation of all airlines. In a decade, who knows? Maybe we’ll be flying in airlines stacked with unlimited booze, La-Z-boys and fat joints on silver platters? I mean, anything’s possible, right?

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