BREWDOG WARSZAWA IS OPEN!
Bringing our craft beer to the people of Poland
Following hot on the clogged heels of BrewDog Malmö, today sees another epic European BrewDog bar fling back the shutters for the first time! As the tenth country to receive our craft beer (and those of other curated guest breweries) – we are psyched to announce that the double-digit milestone marks our first foray into the heartlands of Eastern Europe.
We are about to take centre stage in the capital of Poland.
Yes, one of the continent’s resurgent beer scenes is our latest destination, as BrewDog Warszawa opens to the beer-loving locals at 17:00 tonight, Thursday 5th May! Our new cathedral of craft is located at ul. Widok 8, 00-023, Warszawa, a hundred yards from the Centrum metro and tram stops at the Roman Dmowski roundabout. We have converted a former restaurant in the central Śródmieście district, giving us a perfect (and easily travelled-to) location in the city.
We are set to take on Warsaw’s growing thirst with 18 taps pouring beers from ourselves, curated guest breweries and a number of Polish craft breweries. In fact, manager Andrii and his crew will be pouring a permanent selection of up to the minute home-spun beer, from such producers as Artezan, Pracownia Piwa, Piwne Podziemie, Trzech Kumpli and Stu Mostów (to name but a few), alongside others like To Øl, Stone, Omnipollo and more.
BrewDog Warszawa has a full kitchen and will be serving a wide range of food from breakfasts to full meals, majoring in amazing food at any time of day, particularly for those looking for an amazing pairing for their beer. As well as this the bar will also bring speciality coffee to the fore, and will serve a huge range of spirits from across the world!
It took us a while to find the perfect site, but as you would expect we have decked the bar out in true BrewDog style! We can’t wait to open the doors at 17:00 tonight and begin pouring beers for the people of Poland. BrewDog Warszawa is a stone’s throw from the tallest building in the entire country – the Palace of Culture and Science – and will similarly stand as a landmark in this absorbing city.
Are you ready Poland?