On October 14, Scotland-based craft brewery and pub chain BrewDog will re-launch its existing Dalston, London location as an all-vegan venue. The new pub will serve 24 taps of vegan craft beer along with a menu of all-vegan junk food created in partnership with local vegan restaurant Biff’s Jack Shack. Dishes include The Jack and Cheeze burger topped with deep-fried mac and cheese, smoky BBQ pulled jack, mustard mayo slaw, and dill pickles; Southern Smoky Meatloaf glazed in chipotle ketchup and served with bourbon BBQ dipping sauce; and crispy jackfruit wings with a sugarcane “bone” and topped with house-made sauce. “We are unswerving in our mission to make craft beer as inclusive as possible, and our vegan menus across our bars are a testament to that,” BrewDog’s website says. “In this new partnership with Biff’s Jack Shack as BrewDog Dalston turns entirely vegan-friendly, we are taking this to the next level.” The chain provides plant-based options at its other locations worldwide and Vegan Mondays in the United Kingdom which includes a two-for-one offer on vegetarian and plant-based entrée. Earlier this month, BrewDog unveiled the Hybrid Burger, which sparked widespread confusion on Twitter for its blend of beef and vegan Beyond Meat.