BrewDog Bristol will donate a year’s supply of beer

The venue, which will be the independent Scottish craft brewer’s second location in the city, will be located in Harbourside. All 100 patrons will receive raffle tickets when doors open at noon, and the BrewDog team will randomly select a winner on opening day.

The venue, located near Millennium Square, will have 30 craft beer and cider taps, with guest brews from the UK as well as local guest beers from Yonder and Wiper & True. The bar also has a large outdoor area.

BrewDog Managing Director James Brown said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to open the doors to our second Bristol bar and continue to bring our craft beer and sustainability ethos to a city already renowned for its environmental vision and its great local brewers. .

“We stock both our own beer and a selection of our favorite beers from local producers. We couldn’t be happier to grow here and be part of this fantastic city. »

Plenty in store

Take-out service will be available on-site, and customers can also choose to have beer and food delivered to their door with BrewDog Now.

The Scottish brewer’s menu will also be on offer where 50% of the dishes are plant-based and there are also food options for children. Dogs are welcome on site.

Big things are in store for BrewDog, which is set to open its biggest venue next month (August) at Waterloo station in central London.

The 27,500 site will be located in the newly redeveloped location, the Sidlings. It will include coworking spaces, a micro-brewery, a GRIND cafe, bowling alleys, a podcast studio, meeting rooms, a non-profit floristry, a retro ice cream van and a “hidden” cocktail bar. “.

bright future

“It’s our new flagship bar for London, so we’re making it a real destination. Record your own podcast, explore our hidden cocktail bar or stir up the competition with a game of bowling or ping pong. BrewDog Waterloo has something for everyone, and we can’t wait to open our doors in August,” said BrewDog co-founder James Watt.

Last month, BrewDog announced that its global bar business saw revenue growth of 31% in 2021, year-on-year, with “record sales” achieved so far in 2022.

BrewDog’s bar division had total revenue of £286m in 2021 (+21%), compared to £238m in 2020 and £215m in 2019.

The group ended the year with a loss of £10.6m, compared to a loss of £12.6m in 2020.

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