We are more than just a little bit excited to announce 1397 Argyle Street in Glasgow as the location for our 3rd BrewDog craft beer bar. The deal was finally concluded yesterday. The photo above shows the building in the 1930s.
The new venue is directly opposite the Kelvingrove Art Gallery meaning you can enjoy this stunning view whilst sipping on your Punk IPA
Here are the proposed plans for the outside
And layout for the inside
2011 has already been a whirlwind for us, with the opening of BrewDog Edinburgh providing a huge highlight. BrewDog Glasgow proves we’re not going to rest on our laurels. Our mission is to make people as passionate about beer as we are, and we feel making BrewDog, and other top quality beers, easy to find and try is the next step to changing the way people see beer.
Help us find our 4th location and we will pay you £1000 in cash. Just submit a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org see here for more details on our bar hunt http://www.brewdog.com/blog-article/398 the deadline has now been extended indefinitely!
- Having been spoiled for many years by the excellent beer scene in Edinburgh, this is good news for Glasgow. The Cave doesn't "do" BrewDog so you can't find new releases like Alice Porter or AB:05 easily (I still travel back to Cornelius instead). Bars like the Bon Accord/Blackfriars have a great range & care about their beer but they seem to be in a minority. I sincerely hope the new bar causes Glasgow to up its game... GJDunbar05.04.2011
- Was in the Edinburgh bar the other night with a craft beer-literate American friend. They instantly fell in love with Brewdog, and suggested Brooklyn (Cobble Hill rather than Williamsburg) would be an ideal location for a new pub. May be a step too far as we only have two (UK) bars - but i know Brewdog is nothing if not ambitious... leithdave05.04.2011
- Awesome news! When can i put in a job application? :) Peter04.04.2011
- One in Leeds will be awesome. I agree with Stewart. Near Adelphi!
- You should have put it somewhere around... here.
- About F'kin time! Toni C, Glasgow02.04.2011
- I been to Newcastle Upon Tyne several times over the last few years. That has to be the next location for a BrewDog pub! There is a liking for real ale and high ABV brews there - there is certainly more room for real ale outlets. You'll easily find a potential outlet going down there for a couple of days and it's cheaper than Edinburgh. David02.04.2011
- There's loads of disused pubs on the A6 between Stockport and Manchester, the local CAMRA branch were always bemoaning it.. It might not be central enough for your needs but could be worth checking out. Richard Wilson02.04.2011
- Woo and indeed hoo! Campbell Wilson02.04.2011
- Awesome guys, great location!
- Congrats on the new venue, James. It's about 5 minutes walk from my front door.
In certain ways, this is very good. In others it is very bad.
See you at the opening!Gareth Young02.04.2011
- Thats great to hear! Well done lads on getting so much done so quickly! I was actually walking past that place as I read this :D
- Superb news chaps - it's been such a shame seeing the old Blas/ Lock Inn being boarded up and empty. Good luck with the venture and I look forward to sampling some of your frothy ales in August! Gaj02.04.2011
- This is awesome news yet again lads! Dominic, Thornbridge02.04.2011
- Stewart - can you email me the details? email@example.com James, Brewdog02.04.2011
- Just opposite the Adelphi in Leeds there's been a closed bar for about a year now. Looks a nice spot on the river.. Stewart02.04.2011
- Awesome, sounds like I'll have to make it a calling point en route to edinburgh after August then! Stephanos02.04.2011
- Here's a photo of the premises taken by me in November 2010 http://www.flickr.com/photos/adambruderer/5266074997/in/set-72157625611504636 Adam Bruderer02.04.2011