This story was originally published on March 25.

Murarrie’s sprawling brewpub Brewdog Dogtap is arguably the best-placed venue in town to become a drive-through right now, in the midst of the coronavirus crisis.

The team has a whole lot of beer to off-load and masses of Brisbanites who need food, brews and entertainment – but who are also self-isolating. The solution, as venues across the country are discovering, is pick-up.

This week, the Brewdog crew began operating a contactless drive-through at its Murarrie outpost. It offers a full takeaway range of food, beer and wine, including one-off releases and sour beers from the brewery’s Overworks facility, dedicated to wild brews and sours.

The menu includes burgers and fries from $19.50, pizzas from $18 and craft beers from $4. Customers just need to download the Brewdog Hop Drop app (available via Google Play and the Apple App Store) to make their order. You can drive-through or even sail-through using the jetty outside the brewery. Emergency services personnel will receive 50 per cent off their drive-through collections.

Brewdog is also delivering beer via the Hop Drop app, with food delivery available via Deliveroo and Uber Eats from this Thursday, March 26.

Brewdog Dogtap
77 Metroplex Avenue, Murarrie
(07) 3073 2439