Temple of Seitan partners with BrewDog to serve vegan fast food across the UK

By James McAllister

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London-based Temple of Seitan partners with BrewDog bars to serve its vegan fast food across the UK

Related tags: Vegan, Plant-based, Brewdog, Beer, Bar, Pub

London-based vegan fast food brand Temple of Seitan has signed a deal to serve elements of its menu in BrewDog bars across the UK from today (14 January).

The collaboration will see Temple of Seitan’s ‘signature’ wings served in a BrewDog-branded hot sauce and syrup glaze.

Temple of Seitan’s classic burger will also feature, alongside its ‘Clucky This Time’ seitan chicken burger.

The partnership will initially only be available at BrewDog’s UK bars, but the brewer says there are plans to expand the supply to its European locations in the future.

“We are passionate in our mission to convince people that there exists an alternative to bland, mass-produced beer, and Temple of Seitan share that faith albeit for vegan food,” says BrewDog retail director James Brown.

“Their unique take on fried chicken and burgers are changing attitudes across the capital – and now, with us, we hope the entire UK as well.”

Originally operating as a street food operation, Temple of Seitan opened its first permanent location in Hackney in 2017, with a second site opening in Camden the following year.

 “We’ve had many opportunities to work with other establishments over the years, however what appealed about BrewDog was their shared ethics and values,” says Temple of Seitan co-founder Patrick O’Shea on the partnership.

“[BrewDog] are fiercely independent whilst also supporting other independent brands and are committed to paying their staff a living wage. 

“Most importantly for us they’re expanding their vegan range which will improve outcomes for animals, customers and our planet.”

Last year BrewDog partnered with another plant-based fast food operator, Biff’s Jack Shack, to convert its Dalston site into its first fully-vegan bar​.

Earlier this month the brewer also opened its first 'alcohol-free' bar​, BrewDog AF, on Old Street.

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