Yesterday we added the first layer to our series of plans for 2017 with a look at the cornerstone of our business; the all-important BrewDog beer line-up for next year. Today we are switching attention to the places where we meet, talk to and serve those of you who enjoy what we do best – our amazing network of BrewDog Bars.

So here are some of the upcoming ways in which we are set to rock your year ahead each time you open the door. As with the beers post yesterday, any comments you have about any of these pointers – you know what to do!

Focus on Beer Quality

There’s a commonly-held perception that beer quality starts and ends at the brewhouse – but every bit as important as the work of our brewers or our QA staff in the Lab is what happens in our bars. Of course pretty much everyone who comes through the door never actually sees this as it all happens behind the scenes, but next year we are taking our approach to beer quality in our bars to another level – we are unleashing direct-draw cellar systems in 2017.

The first of these is actually in place already, in BrewDog Southampton – but more will come over the year ahead. Pioneered in the US, direct-draw systems are self-contained and remove the need for long beer lines and remote coolers – the beer stays in the chilled keg until needed, when it is pushed through a short line to the tap and served. Direct-draw is neater, faster and delivers beer the same way every time by maintaining its temperature. In short, it is awesome for beer quality!

Punk Freshness

In a similar vein to regulating the temperature of the beer, the other twinned pillar of beer quality is how quickly we can get it into your eager, eager hands. 2017 is the Year of Freshness at BrewDog, and although we may need a better name than that we are kicking things off by focusing on our flagship Punk IPA. The beer that started the revolution is still our best-seller, and as with all hop-forward beers time is its enemy; Punk is at its aromatic and flavourful peak when it leaves Ellon.

So in 2017 we are aiming to serve Punk IPA on draft in our UK bars that is a maximum of two weeks old. Every pint of Punk poured across our bars division will have rolled off our kegging line within a fortnight, or we won’t serve it to you. We are raising the game of beer freshness, taking the Born to Die approach to the beer we sell more of than any other. Each and every sip of Punk you take in one of our UK bars* will be of a beer less than a fortnight old. We can’t think of a better way to do it justice.

* We are also carrying out ongoing work to speed up our haulage routes to reduce the time our beers take to reach our international bars as well!

Guest Beer Variety

As we said at the start of the week, a couple of months ago we asked for your thoughts on what you would like to see from us in 2017 – and one of the more common themes to emerge related to our guest beer selection. Specifically, the fact that you guys would like to see more variety. Up until now our draft guest beer options have been organised centrally at Ellon before being acquired from the breweries and shipped to our network of BrewDog bars. But we have decided to make a change.

In 2017 we are letting the GM’s of each individual bar take the lead. After all, they know what the regulars like, the things they ask for, and hear the breweries being discussed in hushed tones at the bar – so we are giving them autonomy over their draft guest beer selection. What they pour alongside their BrewDog offerings is entirely up to them – and, of course, you. If there’s a brand new, local or international brewery kegging wonders, have a word and see what happens…

Exclusive Draft Beers

Riffing on the same theme, we are taking another look at our own draft offerings at the same time. We often trial small batch beers at DogTap (for obvious reasons), but we figured that we could extend this variety to the rest of our UK Bars. We also wanted to give people more exclusive cool beers to discover when they walk through the door and look up at the beer board. So in 2017 we are making it happen and are mixing things up.

So next year look out for new BrewDog beers making their debuts around the country as well as some amazing collaborative brews that will be made available exclusively on draft to our network of bars. But that’s not all – we are playing around with the idea of extending our #ReBrewDog idea to individual bars. Regulars in Nottingham love India Pale Weizen? Clapham Junction patrons gather to reminisce about HopRocker? Well, we have the Pilot Kit space…

Even More Takeaways

This year we ramped up the facility for you to grab a beer (or five) to go from our bars and BottleDogs. With integrated bottle shops and the appearance of the awesome Crowler machine we made a great start – but that is just the beginning. We have learned over the course of the year that people love the idea of the incorporated BottleDog – giving them a chance to wander around, beer in hand, and look at the bottles, cans, merch and homebrew equipment on offer.

So next year we are committed to looking at more ways to get awesome beer into your hands to takeout – such as something we are trialling – the first BrewDog craft beer vending machine (look out for it soon in BrewDog Shoreditch). We are also upgrading a few of our growler fills with amazing new automated filling machines imported from the States. These growler stations reduce beer wastage and are much easier for our crews to monitor – plus they extend the growler’s shelf-life!


Finally we are focusing even more on the one thing that makes our bars utterly unique – the incredible men and women who crew them. With the switch to direct draw we are upping the training all our bar teams in how to keep this system purring to yield amazing beer each time. We’re also extending our Sensory Training from our HQ to our bar crews – as they are on the ground serving the beer, they will be able to ensure the quality of our beer never wavers. Plus we are committed to getting even more of our bar crews to Certified Cicerone® level!

So, those are some of the directions our bars are headed next year – but what about the locations? Here’s a quick update on the BrewDog bars ongoing, and a hit-list for 2017.

- Dalston – our bar, BottleDog, tasting room and pilot brew kits for the public is still going ahead and we will be on-site very soon with a launch in the first quarter of 2017!
- York – it took an age to get through the licensing stage but we are all clear, in the building and BrewDog York will be open before Christmas.
- Berlin – the next bar to open will be our epic Mitte site in central Berlin. Stand by for a blog about this very special opening within the next few weeks…
- Homerton – a short hop from Dalston is our next London bar, where work is due to commence this week with a launch date set for the end of November.
- DogTap USA – Our Columbus brewery bar is being finalised as you read this, and construction will start within a fortnight, earmarked for February 2017 opening.

Those are bars where we have a site and are somewhere down the line to opening the doors for the beer-loving people of those cities. But where are we after locations next?

- Oxford
- Cambridge
- Paris
- Zurich
- Amsterdam
- Dublin
- Edinburgh
- Brixton
- Peckham

EDIT - Just to confirm, this list is not exhaustive but merely places we are concentrating on. If an amazing location presents itself in any town or city our bar hunting team will investigate!

Elsewhere in our bars divisions we have several other development projects ongoing – we are committed to further developing our amazing new food menus to raise the level to even greater heights, and with even more epic vegetarian and vegan options throughout, as well. Plus in 2017 we will be launching Lone Wolf spirits in our bars, and we are looking forward to playing with the incredible spirits in many different ways. And finally, once our Dalston Hopworks is open we are looking at a second site for the same idea. In Scotland. Oh yes.

So that’s where we are at now and where our bars will be in 2017. Hopefully you’ll be there too, enjoying amazingly served, freshly-packaged, flavour forward craft beer in ultra-cool surroundings with other craft beer fans left and right. Let us know in the comments below what you think of what you’ve just read, and if there’s anything you’d like to add. Plus if you have an overall thought or opinion about our BrewDog bars, leave us a comment as well!

Stay tuned for tomorrow, when we retrace the steps our beers take to the bars to their source – our BrewDog HQ – and what we have planned in 2017 to make our Ellon brewery the best in the world.

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John b 26.01.2018 @ 10:15pm
I second all the below calls for a branch in chester.
Calin B 14.01.2018 @ 12:44pm
Bump +1 for Guildford
Luke 14.11.2016 @ 10:13pm
CHESTER! The perfect place and the right clientel!
Jodie 06.11.2016 @ 1:42pm

A bar/restaurant has just closed down and is up for sale. Great location parallel to the main high street.
Dan 04.11.2016 @ 5:23pm
Belfast. Failing that, Dublin would also be great.
Stuart 03.11.2016 @ 3:52pm
Please come to Swansea - I'm thirsty!
Henk Wesselink 31.10.2016 @ 10:31pm
Bucharest! Over 3 million people, young population, super vibe with lots of startups, and not much of a craftbeerscene yet. Romanian beerscene is sick and you could be the doctors?
Dave Edwards 31.10.2016 @ 5:19pm
Dorset? Dorchester or Lyme Regis?
Mike 31.10.2016 @ 1:06pm
Ealing please!
Steve 31.10.2016 @ 12:18pm
Brewdog Melbourne please!
Anja 31.10.2016 @ 10:58am
Consider Ljubljana, Slovenia. It's growing popularity among tourists and appreciation for good craft beers among locals should be a win-win combination. Also, the nearest BrewDog Pub for us right now is in Florence. Ljubljana's Pub would also attract regional great brew seekers from Balkan, Northern Italy & Austria (as Ljubljana is quite close to Zagreb, Venice, Graz...). By my personal experience, craft beer scene is apparently more growing and popular in Slovenia & Balkan than in Austria & Italy. No offence to Slovenian northern and western neighbours, but our craft scene is, by the quality of what I've tasted, much better.
Steve cox 31.10.2016 @ 10:19am
Kingston upon Hull city of culture 2017
Bartonalan 31.10.2016 @ 9:52am
Bournemouth is an upwards looking place atm. Wish I lived closed to a BrewDog bar.
Loup 31.10.2016 @ 9:36am
Paris please !!!
Lynsey 31.10.2016 @ 7:47am
Leamington Spa! !!
Harry Cromack 31.10.2016 @ 12:01am
Brewdog apuld be packed if it came to Bath, we are crying out for a craft beer bar!!
Karen 30.10.2016 @ 9:55pm
Al 30.10.2016 @ 9:13pm
Harbour Arm in Folkestone- just take a look ????
Krista 30.10.2016 @ 8:21pm
Amsterdam already has plenty of bars that serve BrewDog beers, I think Rotterdam is more BrewDog-y. It's way cheaper to hire or buy property, it's spacious, they're very much into new stuff and for BrewDog Rotterdam just beats Amsterdam on a lot of points. I'm from neither of both cities (so the Amsterdam-hates-Rotterdam thing has nothing to do with it, but I would prefer travelling an hour extra to visit BrewDog in Rotterdam instead of Amsterdam. Rotterdam fits you guys totally. Amsterdam doesn't. A little read:
neilab1972 30.10.2016 @ 7:19pm
Blackpool please. We need a bar with decent beer! ????????????
Wilko van 't Wout 30.10.2016 @ 7:06pm
You'll have to focus on Rotterdam to open a new store. Rotterdam is the place for a Brewdog bar. I will show you around and help you to find a location.
Daniel Walker 30.10.2016 @ 6:59pm
Love the idea of expansion to the states! Wife and I visited your location in Florence last year twice! Any plans to expanding to Northern California?
Adrian 30.10.2016 @ 6:57pm
Mexico City has been clamouring for a bar for years!
Philip 30.10.2016 @ 6:57pm
Durham City with a view of the Cathedral would be a great location.
Danny 30.10.2016 @ 6:50pm
Lincoln Cornhill is being revampt. Traditional old market building and right next to the under construction Tranport Hub, Ohh and Bangkok Phra Khangon or Ekkami
Sebastien 30.10.2016 @ 12:50pm

And why not Aix en provence, lot of people like craft beer in this city !!!

I' m shure is a good choise for Brewdog
Rob 30.10.2016 @ 10:09am
Copenhagen please!
Mark 28.10.2016 @ 8:15pm
Have a look at possibly expanding the food from Cured @ Brewdog Leicester into other bars.
The food they have is incredible and uses Brewdog beer in the process, what more can you ask for?
Peter 28.10.2016 @ 11:51am
Few Belfast mentions here! Any suggestions for sites guys?
Preferably close to city centre - I hate having to trek to Newtownards Road for Boundary and Ormeau Road for Brewbot.
Woodworkers isn't a bad spot, but I would think Brewdog, not wanting city centre, would aim for somewhere around the Hudson or the Sunflower (Gresham Street / Union Street). There is also North Street - not too far from Aether and Echo. This owuld be sufficiently close to the cathedral quarter without being in it, plus it will be a future studentland with UU expansion.
BrewDog Rich 28.10.2016 @ 11:09am
Urgh - What response do you mean? I'd be happy to clear things up if I can

Charlie - Stand by for a BrewDog USA Bar Hunt!

Mathew - Vienna is definitely on our list :)
JonM 28.10.2016 @ 8:58am
> extending our #ReBrewDog & > GM choice & > Exclusive bar beers

2017 road trips locked and loaded!

What is it with not serving Scotland though? Hardly a London borough is unrepresented while Inverurie, the Broch, Fife, Inverness etc with legions of Brewdog fans, EFPs piled high and deep are still choking on swill.
Adam 28.10.2016 @ 8:53am
A great location is my home town of St Albans Hertfordshire, voted one of the best places to live. 20 mins into Kings Cross on the commuter belt with high earnings and a need for more good quality craft beer.
Krzysztof 28.10.2016 @ 8:28am
Come along to Cracow, Poland. We are eagerly looking foward to have some great ales here, which at more and more popular.
Charlie 28.10.2016 @ 2:27am
For the love of all humanity come to chicago
Dave 27.10.2016 @ 11:07pm
Hull needs a brew dog! Fruit market ideal.
Urgh 27.10.2016 @ 10:54pm
It really frustrates me how people ask legitimate questions here and receive answers which gloss over everything they've said! Cmon guys!!!
David 27.10.2016 @ 10:48pm
Lincoln - great corner location-
Jacko 27.10.2016 @ 10:08pm
2017: Cambridge...... seems legit.
David Beggs 27.10.2016 @ 9:27pm
Christ please Belfast Northern Ireland!
Tony Gordon 27.10.2016 @ 9:13pm
Dubrovnik where Brewdog is already available in some bars would be an ideal all year round market..
Visitors spend a lot on expensive wine and on craft beer and most of them are younger with excellent taste.
Mathew 27.10.2016 @ 9:12pm
You should consider the bar in Vienna ;)
Claire 27.10.2016 @ 9:09pm
I hope in addition to better choice of guest draught we'll see more rotation and choice in the bottles, the current quarterly idea isn't working... not quarterly, not enough choice, not enough sharers, most not even in stock!!!
Matt Brown 27.10.2016 @ 9:07pm
BrewDog Preston
Lots of money being spent on the city centre and certain areas or developments that are being heavily upgraded could offer a great BD experience. Prestons also a huge ale and craft beer lover and needs that extra boost in the city centre itself. Come on BrewDog you know it makes sense ????????
Jay 27.10.2016 @ 8:40pm
So.. what about the brewdog bars that aren't really run or put up by you? (The one in brussels for example) same freshness and guesttap rules? :)
Jared Carneson 27.10.2016 @ 8:39pm
I'd love to open a Brewdog bar in Cape Town and one in Johannesburg
Gijs 27.10.2016 @ 8:10pm
Finally! Netherlands!!!!
Marky Mark 27.10.2016 @ 6:50pm
Why is beer served in your bars at 5°c? This should be addressed. With all of these investments and improvements surely you have the capability of serving beer by style at the required temp.
SteveO 27.10.2016 @ 6:33pm
Would love to see a Brewdog bar down here in Cornwall; Truro would be a great place to have one of the temples in this cathedral city.
Paul 27.10.2016 @ 6:30pm
Plymouth and Exeter would be ideal for a Brewdog brand. Plymouth is really really REALLY behind the times down here - the local paper gets excited when a new Costa opens ffs! Exeter has more money but both have students and beer lovers. You have to do it!
Angela G 27.10.2016 @ 6:09pm
I agree with the comment re Brewdog in Guildford..seriously need one in Surrey!
Chris 27.10.2016 @ 6:00pm
So disappointed Belfast is not on the list! Everywhere else in the UK has a brewdog bar already!
Caroline English 27.10.2016 @ 5:26pm
Come to Nice in France! Everyone's crying out for a cool new craft beer venue. Your bottled beer sells big time in our local deli.
*Elvis* B 27.10.2016 @ 5:14pm
I know I am just one voice, but I would be thrilled if you had a bar in Woking or Guildford area. I have to take a 35 mile pilgrimage with Public transport and walking to get to my nearest Brewdog. Please consider opening a bar in my direction :)
Kyle 27.10.2016 @ 3:57pm
The direct Draw system sounds great for freshness. How does it work in practical terms for the narrower bars (i.e. Keg change) at peak times? Also how's the energy consumption compare with the more conventional chill storage?
Kyle 27.10.2016 @ 3:51pm
Please open a bar in Highbury & Islington :)
John 27.10.2016 @ 3:41pm
Was so hoping that Hull was going to be on that list for next year , I thought the new Fruit market area would have been nailed on !? Looking forward to hearing some positive vibes soon!!
Sonja 27.10.2016 @ 3:33pm
How about opening a bar in Vienna. Would be so awesome and special. Think about it! People would love it. Cheers.
Graham H 27.10.2016 @ 3:24pm
Now BD is up and running in Columbus I'm curious to know where else you are looking to open in the US. My strong suggestion is San Diego. Yes, you could do New York, Chicago or LA, but opening a BD Bar in the epicenter of craft beer on the West Coast would send a strong message to the craft brew community. Plus it will make collaboration with Stone dead easy. The location in San Diego should also be thought through. For me it's a no brainer. You need to be on 30th Street.
Peter 27.10.2016 @ 3:23pm
Would like to see a bar in the Broch,only 2 out of the 5 harbour bars are open just now,about time one of them got the brewdog treatment ????????
Chris Fairclough 27.10.2016 @ 2:53pm
I actually think a Brewdog bar would work in Carlisle. There are a few trendy bars that have now opened away from the main drinking area (botchergate), which is great for us who want a less rowdy night. There's loads of space too and I imagine rents will be nowhere near what you would be paying in bigger cities
Andy C 27.10.2016 @ 2:50pm
Second Lucy's comment on local beers...
..and Guildford is crying out for a Brewdog; plenty of students and locals, both need a better choice than the current brewery chains...!
paul 27.10.2016 @ 2:36pm
Peterhead I Doubt would be an exciting location for a bar, far better bigger places that can be invested in such as Inverness for one, if Peterhead is on the list may as well put one in Elgin as well
Ian B 27.10.2016 @ 2:22pm
Don't understand how Dublin is proving problematic when Galway Bay Brewery is able to keep opening new bars on a regular basis here. There's plenty of options in Dublin, when bars are being acquired under new ownership on a fairly regular basis at this stage, or there's ones limping where I'm sure their owners would be only too happy to 'sell' their license.

Even a pub near me sold itself to Aldi just for the site, and the pub has been a mainstay for over 40 years.
Andrea 27.10.2016 @ 2:02pm
why you don't want to open a bar in milano?
steve shawcross 27.10.2016 @ 2:01pm
I think you should look for a BREW DOG location in Bournemouth
BrewDog Rich 27.10.2016 @ 1:58pm
For anyone commenting about towns or cities that aren't on that short hit-list such as Belfast, Hull or Peterhead, there are more locations that we are actively looking than appear in this blog post. When opportunities present themselves that are right for us - and more importantly - you, then we take them!

George C - With regard to Peterhead directly, we are still looking for somewhere to open there. Sorry if you feel that's being overplayed but that's the case as it stands. We refuse to compromise on locations and that makes us careful about potential sites, particularly with a bar like Peterhead that was driven by the loyalty of our Equity Punks. The worst thing we could do would be to rush into somewhere that proved to be unsuitable for us and for you guys.

Koen/Jonas/RAL - Yes, we had intended to open BrewDog Amsterdam this year but we are still in negotiations about the bar, so this has delayed things for the time being
Morgan Johnstone 27.10.2016 @ 1:53pm
Sounds like an exciting 2017. I need to add to my Edinburgh, Glasgow Kelvin Grove, Aberdeen x2, Dundee and Newcastle experiences. Stirling and Glasgow Merchant City shouldn't be too difficult and I'm overdue a visit back to the beautiful city of York. What's the best way to contact you about potential new locations? I really think Dunfermline would be ideal. The perfect location is available as the Post office is to close. It is a great building and a corner plot to boot! Also right next to bus station so easy to get home to Dunfermline, Inverkeithing, Rosyth etc. without taking the car. Fife missing a Brewdog bar. #DunfermlineWantsBrewdog to make 2017 even more exciting!
Koen van Langen 27.10.2016 @ 1:43pm
Amsterdam! Would surely be a success.
Rob 27.10.2016 @ 1:41pm
Thought about using TankBeer system for freshness??
Dean 27.10.2016 @ 1:24pm
We need a bar in Kent! Canterbury or Maidstone!
DW 27.10.2016 @ 1:16pm
Disappointed to see Hull missing from the list. Especially after 2 successful Brewdog take overs in the city and the huge amount of attention the city is receiving as its year as the UK City of Culture.
Ross - London N8 27.10.2016 @ 12:50pm
How about venturing further into North London - Crouch End, Muswell Hill will be a willing crowd for the Brewdog expansion
Stuart Mckay 27.10.2016 @ 12:40pm
Maybe reduce the cost at bottledog I find that it is quite pricey compared to website !!
Dave Manson 27.10.2016 @ 12:39pm
You should launch RuralDog! Brewdog in smaller town pubs spreading the love of craft beer even further! I'd love to have BrewDog on pump aswel as bottle in my pub!
Ben Jewitt 27.10.2016 @ 12:33pm
Fantastic News re York. You really should look at Harrogate too though, there's a big hipster/craft scene there and a lot of money. Just look at the success your friends at North Bar have had, or Major Tom's, Norse etc. Brewdog would fit right in.
George C 27.10.2016 @ 12:32pm
And the commitment to open a bar in Peterhead fails to be mentioned once again. Dissapointing plastic promise from BrewDog. A commitment that I know encouraged a large proportion of local people to invest and reinvest in BrewDog to be let down when it came to actually delivering on that promise.

How about you let us know where you're at with this BrewDog? The 'we're still looking for a suitable location' is being overplayed!
Jonas 27.10.2016 @ 12:29pm

I think they looking for someone who will open i Amsterdam.
I dont now hat have taking so long :-)

Br Jonas
Andrew 27.10.2016 @ 12:27pm
With bars having increasingly unique taplists, would it be possible to put 'city' livetap pages on the brewdog website (for Aberdeen/London/Leeds)? At the moment, it's a pain to compare taplists between different bars if you're choosing which one to visit.
Joey Zeegers 27.10.2016 @ 12:23pm
Would love to see a bar in Haarlem, Netherlands for their/our love of special hoppy beers! Amsterdam is also a great location!
Ashley 27.10.2016 @ 12:22pm
How about something down in Devon/Cornwall?
Ral 27.10.2016 @ 12:20pm
Is Amsterdam expected to open this year or in 2017?
Kevin 27.10.2016 @ 12:14pm
Hurry up Brewdog Australia?
Martin 27.10.2016 @ 12:11pm
A Brewdog bar in Belfast would make a killing, any particular reason why there is still no talk of one yet?
Daniël 27.10.2016 @ 12:10pm
I thought you already had a location in Amsterdam? In fact I read the other day it's opening soon?

Has it been delayed?
Kevin 27.10.2016 @ 12:10pm
Although giving the individual GM's autonomy over their draft guest beer selections, will those choices come from a centrally agreed list?
Surely one bar deciding they are going to serve 'x' and another deciding they are going to serve 'y' would result in 2 sets of shipping and import costs.
Consolidating orders overseas for shipping etc is surely best business practice.
AB 27.10.2016 @ 12:08pm
Sounds great but the day you stopped serving the fresh chilli peanuts in Brighton ( and no other BD bar has them that I have visited - which is a lot of them here and overseas ), your beer vs nibbles game got very weak. Bring them back and everywhere! When I've enquired for them in Brighton the staff say ' yeah they were really popular but we don't do them anymore but we don't know why as everyone loved them ' - twice I had that response. Id travel 2hrs to go there on the combo of Punk and those nuts as a special trip previously when the bad first opened...
Mark E 27.10.2016 @ 12:00pm
Looking forward to Dalston and Homerton! Very close to work!
Also love that you are rolling out the fresh Punk. Always love the taste of the freshness of it when I visit the DopTap! 2017 is looking bright!
Rich B 27.10.2016 @ 11:57am
Letting the bar GM organise their own guest board is a huge step forward, well done to whoever thought of that!!! The guest boards have become worryingly stale, which considering the huge amount of great beer out there is something that shouldn't be. Can't wait to see Clown Shoes back!!!! Cheers.
Steve 27.10.2016 @ 11:57am
I went to Chester on Tues with my partner, we both said after how a brewdog bar would be awesome here!.. Not really a mass beer scene there yet but a brewdog might just bring that change.
G-Man 27.10.2016 @ 11:53am
Would be great to have a bar in Bath!
Lucy 27.10.2016 @ 11:51am
Love your bars but having visited a few around the world really disappointed to see very few places had local craft beers on tap. Hope there are plans to change that too? :)
Mark C 27.10.2016 @ 11:51am
I'm loving your 'punktilious' approach to Punk IPA freshness!
Nick T 27.10.2016 @ 11:50am
Putting the guest tap in the hands of the GM sounds like a really great idea - hopefully there will be GM conversations across the locations though so BrewDog London venues don't find themselves constantly guesting other London breweries (if that makes sense?!)

Loving the sound of "Exclusive Drafts" too!
BrewDog Rich 27.10.2016 @ 11:49am
Isak - Currently we aim to get Punk to our bars as quickly as possible to help pass on the flavour of the hopload to you guys - you may have seen we have the 'kegged on' date for Punk on some of our beer boards; this is the next step. Once we have everything in place to get our flagship everywhere it needs to go within a fortnight we'll make it happen!
Peter 27.10.2016 @ 11:43am
Hurry up Brewdog Dublin (and Belfast!)
Isak 27.10.2016 @ 11:43am
The fresh PunkIPA sounds great! But what about the stuff that gets old, does it just get thrown away? I mean it's such a waste if you think about all the food and such that gets thrown away. I mean, freshness is great..but the enviroment? I don't think a 3 weeks old punk taste that different...
Greg 27.10.2016 @ 11:26am
I like the idea of two week punk, that sounds fantastic