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Free Pint of BrewDog when you vote when you show polling station selfie in any UK BrewDog bar

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Posted 9th Dec 2019Available: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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Get a pint on us when you vote this Thursday. No matter who you vote for.

Snap a selfie outside your local polling station.
Show it in any UK BrewDog bar.
Get a pint of Punk IPA, Punk AF, Nanny State or Vagabond on us.


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Just make sure you don't take your selfie inside the polling station
hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their beer tastes like one lol
bigtastyburger09/12/2019 10:01

The law is 'within the precincts of the polling place', which just doesn't …The law is 'within the precincts of the polling place', which just doesn't mean the inside, it could also mean the outside of the building too. Just be careful and check before you snap, eh? Also, what happens if you're a postal voter?


Selfie with a post box?
Remember it is actually illegal to snap pictures inside a polling station. Get your picture outside and enjoy your pint!
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hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their beer tastes like one lol
Applies in Scotland according to their twitter feed ????
Just make sure you don't take your selfie inside the polling station
SteveKirk09/12/2019 09:50

Applies in Scotland according to their twitter feed ????


Apparently not applicable to Scotland! 😡
Remember it is actually illegal to snap pictures inside a polling station. Get your picture outside and enjoy your pint!
The law is 'within the precincts of the polling place', which just doesn't mean the inside, it could also mean the outside of the building too. Just be careful and check before you snap, eh? Also, what happens if you're a postal voter?
Edited by: "bigtastyburger" 9th Dec 2019
bigtastyburger09/12/2019 10:01

The law is 'within the precincts of the polling place', which just doesn't …The law is 'within the precincts of the polling place', which just doesn't mean the inside, it could also mean the outside of the building too. Just be careful and check before you snap, eh? Also, what happens if you're a postal voter?


Selfie with a post box?
Brewdog...the sodding Apple of the brewing industry.
BBC says:

Can you take a selfie?There's nothing in the law that specifically bans taking photos, but the Electoral Commission very strongly discourages any photography inside a polling station, primarily because of complex laws about maintaining the secrecy of the ballot. For instance, it's illegal to reveal how someone else has voted, which could happen inadvertently via a sloppy selfie. In addition, taking a photo of a ballot paper's unique identification number is against the rules. The key is a law against releasing any information "obtained in a polling station", which is in order to protect the integrity of the poll.

The Electoral Commission says: "Due to the potential breach of the law, intentionally or not, we strongly advise against any form of photography taken inside a polling station. However, if a voter would like to highlight their participation in the elections, we suggest this is done outside the polling station before or after they vote." Consequently, you will see "no photography" signs inside many polling stations.

There are strict penalties for breaches of the law. At the European elections last year people were warned that they could face a fine of £5,000 or six months in prison if they revealed how someone else voted, even accidentally. In practice, election staff might ask anyone taking a picture to delete it rather than go straight to the police. "It would depend on exactly what they were taking a photograph of," one electoral services manager says.
Are there any time constraints on this?
GDB222209/12/2019 11:11

BBC says:Can you take a selfie?There's nothing in the law that …BBC says:Can you take a selfie?There's nothing in the law that specifically bans taking photos, but the Electoral Commission very strongly discourages any photography inside a polling station, primarily because of complex laws about maintaining the secrecy of the ballot. For instance, it's illegal to reveal how someone else has voted, which could happen inadvertently via a sloppy selfie. In addition, taking a photo of a ballot paper's unique identification number is against the rules. The key is a law against releasing any information "obtained in a polling station", which is in order to protect the integrity of the poll.The Electoral Commission says: "Due to the potential breach of the law, intentionally or not, we strongly advise against any form of photography taken inside a polling station. However, if a voter would like to highlight their participation in the elections, we suggest this is done outside the polling station before or after they vote." Consequently, you will see "no photography" signs inside many polling stations.There are strict penalties for breaches of the law. At the European elections last year people were warned that they could face a fine of £5,000 or six months in prison if they revealed how someone else voted, even accidentally. In practice, election staff might ask anyone taking a picture to delete it rather than go straight to the police. "It would depend on exactly what they were taking a photograph of," one electoral services manager says.


Instagram does state "outside your local polling station" in fairness.
think09/12/2019 09:43

hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their …hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their beer tastes like one lol


Yeah, but will it get you drunk though?
KTy09/12/2019 10:04

Selfie with a post box?



I postal vote, so maybe that counts
Morenenth09/12/2019 12:08

maybe



that said, I was making no political point, just a joke as someone mentioend a selfie with a post box
New Brewdog bar and restaurant just opened last week in Swansea if anyone lives near
deleted50493109/12/2019 11:13

Are there any time constraints on this?


Yes. Photo to be taken no later than end of polling on Dec 12.
Scottish company but not applicable in Scotland , no wonder their alcohol free beer is called Nanny State!
bozo00709/12/2019 12:53

Yes. Photo to be taken no later than end of polling on Dec 12.


Super useful comment there - did you think that up all on your own?
Once I was given the task to vote on behalf of someone else who was going abroad, so I took a picture of the ballet paper as proof to show I voted according to his will

Not a big deal but no one else noticed
More specifics from blog.brewdog.com/blo…unk

All you have to do is take a selfie outside your polling station and show it to our crew in your nearest UK BrewDog Bar on Thursday 12th December. We’ll repay your faith in democracy with the ultimate reward (whether you get the Government you voted for or not).

And if you have already voted by post, no worries! Simply show the postal registration confirmation email on the 12th and we’ll hook you up.

You can only get a free drink on the 12th.
think09/12/2019 09:43

hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their …hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their beer tastes like one lol


I'm old enough to remember when beer tasted like beer
deleted50493109/12/2019 13:35

Super useful comment there - did you think that up all on your own?


Nope, others helped.
so if you post vote,I take selfies with post box
think09/12/2019 09:43

hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their …hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their beer tastes like one lol


Comment of the month. Many thanks!
Lmao... I put in my postcode to find the nearest bar.... Just xxxxxing look...
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Inevitably some plonker will take a selfie inside a polling station and get arrested generating huge publicity for brew dog. 😏
DingIs09/12/2019 21:55

Lmao... I put in my postcode to find the nearest bar.... Just xxxxxing …Lmao... I put in my postcode to find the nearest bar.... Just xxxxxing look... [Image]


That's informative for people who don't know where you live
mr_hercules09/12/2019 22:22

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You are allowed to do it in pen if you choose, they just provide pencils.
Mozzavfc09/12/2019 09:55

Just make sure you don't take your selfie inside the polling station


Was just about say that but you beat on the message there
jamie1509/12/2019 23:18

That's informative for people who don't know where you live



Doesn't live in London,because there's quite a few there.
Nah I'm good. I don't do selfies and certainly wouldn't just to have a naff beer.
think09/12/2019 09:43

hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their …hot deal for some but I might as well eat a grapefruit as all of their beer tastes like one lol


Free is free, get a shandy
Forreslad09/12/2019 09:55

Apparently not applicable to Scotland! 😡


That's just pish
Only 10 bars in the UK none near me so it's a cold ❄
It’s important to vote even if you spoil your ballot.
If in doubt tack then conservative and Brexit box. That way we will definitely get Brexit done.
Can’t say this is #forthemanynotforthefew
Not in Scotland and they’re not exactly on every corner across the rest of the UK.
Edited by: "emz_bail" 12th Dec 2019
It includes Scotland. Brewdog Stirling tweeted advertising it.
don198512/12/2019 14:44

It includes Scotland. Brewdog Stirling tweeted advertising it.


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