The Scottish craft brewers BrewDog will open their first Dublin pub tomorrow at noon, with the first 100 customers through the doors in with the chance of winning prizes including a year’s supply of beer, a trip to the BrewDog brewery in Scotland and tickets to the bar’s beer schools.
The new bar, BrewDog Outpost Dublin, is located in Capital Dock and includes an on-site microbrewery, large outside terrace and heated roof garden. It’s the company’s 100th bar, with others located in cities like Brisbane, Tokyo, Cincinnati and Berlin.
Two bars – each with 30 taps – will serve up a range of beers brewed on-site, as well as those made in the brewer’s HQ in Aberdeenshire. There’ll also be guest beers and a food menu that includes burgers, pizzas, salads, buffalo wings and, for vegans, the Beyond Meat burger.
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“This has been a long time coming; we first wanted to open a BrewDog Bar in Dublin over four years ago,” said James Watt of BrewDog. “As well as our own craft beer and those we love from across Ireland, we are going to cook up a series of exclusive beers to bolster one of the most exciting craft beer scenes in Europe.”
For more information and to book a table, see brewdog.com/outpost-dublin.