BrewDog Nottingham and BrewDog Leeds

BrewDog Nottingham and BrewDog Leeds

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As a neat little Christmas present to craft beer drinkers we are excited to announce we have completed deals that will see us open both BrewDog Nottingham and BrewDog Leeds in early 2012.

BrewDog Nottingham will be located in a former factory building in the vibrant Lace Market area as we turn 20 Broad Street into a Mecca for great craft beers.


The old factory building is 100 years old and has some great character and features including awesome old brick walls and great corner windows and a vintage dark wood floor.  



And here are our plans for the unit which will open in late February.


BrewDog Leeds will be located near Call Lane and The Corn Exchange. The new bar will be at the corner elevation of White Cloth Hall, Crown Steet in the heart of The Calls, Leeds City Centre.

The period building has retained all its original character and has loads of killer features including exposed brickwork, columns and stunning beams and a mezzanine floor.



BrewDog Leeds will have an glass cellar built underneath the staircase to the open plan mezzanine and will have all the reclaimed materials and library of international craft beers. We expect the bar to be open by late March.


Here are the plans for the mezzanine level, the bar will be downstairs.


Update on BrewDog Newcastle

There have been a few delays on the legal and contractual side of BrewDog Newcastle. With this all now in hand, we will look to open in early March.

BrewDog Newcastle and an update on our Bar Division

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StevieBoiy 27.12.2011 @ 8:49pm
Yes, 5AM Saint on cask is great, as virtually every other Brewdog cask. I just can't get over the gas in keg beers, it kills the taste. I'm not holding my breath for cask in Nottingham, Leeds or elsewhere though as BrewDog seem dead set on an anti-cask, anti-choice mission.
The Barron 24.12.2011 @ 11:26pm
When will we see job listings for the Nottingham establishment
Bigfoot 24.12.2011 @ 2:30pm
Nottingham! Yes! Nottingham knows it's a cool city without having to shout about it. Good choice.
arobertson 24.12.2011 @ 1:40pm
Excellent to see that Notts has been chosen. Not far from me and the Lace market is a hugely popular area in the city. With 2 universities also, Notts should be a brilliant choice however be careful with the 1-way system round the city as, just like Leeds, it's confusing! Good choice!
SashDog 24.12.2011 @ 12:29pm
A BrewDog is not just for Xmas. Looking forward to the Methil branch opening soon ?
Si 24.12.2011 @ 12:08pm
Will there be cask? 5AM on cask is heaven. Your best beer.
disenchanted 23.12.2011 @ 7:51pm
will it look like every other brewdog bar, aberdeen warehouse chic.
Hank 23.12.2011 @ 6:47pm
Norwich has got to be next on the list to get an awesome bar surely!? Keep up the good work!
Mark W 23.12.2011 @ 2:49pm
Been drinking the brewdog selection on tap in Mr Foleys for a while now and its great news that a full Leeds establishment will be opened. Very much looking forward to it. Merry Christmas brewdog
BenH 23.12.2011 @ 2:30pm
I regularly visit the Edinburgh bar and the staff are all amazing and the beer selection is second to none in the city. Last week I visited the Camden bar, staff again were all excellent, new boy (Johnny?) was a top lad. I noticed though that there were a whole host of guest bottled beers which didn't make it to Edinburgh. Is this a sign of things to come? Are Camden going to get preferential treatment when it comes to the rarer beers. Stone escodidian black ipa, port high tide, bunch of hitachino nests. They also had lost dog and ab08 on keg. No sign of these beers in Edinburgh. I appreciate that they are in limited supply but share the wealth! Even just one bottle of each for me would be fine :)
Chistian Blyth 23.12.2011 @ 1:40pm
Big thanks to everyone at brewdog for finally opening a Leeds bar. You have chosen a good location. Looking forward to it opening. Merry Christmas to all the people at brewdog.
Pete Howard 23.12.2011 @ 12:56pm
Cheers James - you've just got me the Xmas present I REALLY wanted.
bigbutts 23.12.2011 @ 12:40pm