just like Dick Whittinghton
We have secured a deal (subject to license) for a flagship London location for the next BrewDog Craft Beer Bar! 113 Bayham Street in Camden will hopefully soon be undergoing a transformation to become BrewDog Camden, and be our 4th craft beer bar following on from BrewDog Aberdeen, BrewDog Edinburgh and BrewDog Glasgow (due to open in July).
The venue will be on 2 levels and have a open industrial space on the ground floor and a beer cellar with some secluded seating, private vault sreas and a wide bottle selection downstairs.
The deal is subject to re-assignation of the license and our application for this is now underway. All things going well, we hope to open in late August with our signature blend of warehouse utilitarianism and hardcore craft ales.
In other Bar news, BrewDog Edinburgh has now been given permission to have use our outside area, just in time for summer! Seating is being installed in the next couple of weeks, but we can already use this area. So come down and experience the Scottish summertime and the hustle and bustle of the Cowgate with a Punk IPA in your hand and a cool breeze on your cheek.
We have also extended the license of BrewDog Aberdeen until 1am on Friday and Saturday evenings which rocks, it was always sad to kick out so many happy craft beer drinking scamps at 12 before. So come past, say hi and enjoy a cool Speedway Stout or AB06 as a night cap this weekend.
Work is progressing well on BrewDog Glasgow, here are some photos taken by our Project Manager, Becca.
And what BrewDog Glasgow looked like in the 1930s (not taken by Becca!)
The King is Dead. Long live the craft beer revolution.