20-22 Broad St, Nottingham, NG1 3AL
The Lace Market area of Nottingham is one of the more vibrant areas of the city, and in a century-old lace factory building you’ll find our BrewDog bar for the people of the East Midlands. With 28 taps of craft beer, inside are plenty of things to discover.
For instance, the city’s best pizza, with BrewDog’s signature hand-finished sourdough bases loaded with your favourite toppings. You can also find cheese and charcuterie boards, all paired with freshly-poured craft beer.
CRAFT BEER HEAVEN
THE ULTIMATE LINEUP
IPAs. Pales. Stouts. Sours. We love them all.
With a lineup featuring some of the best craft breweries from across the UK and beyond alongside our own brews, you'll always have plenty of choice. We're dropping brand new beers every week, including some awesome collaborations and guest brewery showcases.
Desk Dog: Co-working Space
Escape your energy bills and join our co-working space. Free wifi, free hot drinks, water and a pint of headliner to end the day for £10.
Beer School Experience
Guided beer tasting, with five ⅓ pints of our favourite beer, paired with a cheese board for £25. Drink beer, eat cheese, learn something. Everyday’s a school day.
From November, we turn things festive with a Christmas buffet menu or festive hoppy meals for your group. We’ll bring the party. You bring the questionable secret santa gifts.
Celebrate your dog with party hats, a card, a special dog ice-cream sundae, for £6 per pup.
THE ULTIMATE FESTIVE PARTY
It’s time for a proper festive knees up. Phenomenal food, incredible drinks packages, electric atmosphere guaranteed.
Whether it’s a low key Christmas dinner with friends, or a full-blown office party, get in touch and we’ll help you make it memorable for the right reasons.
THE ULTIMATE GIFT
If you’re looking for the perfect present for the beer lover in your life, buy them a brewery.
If the budget won’t stretch that far, why not get them a round of beers, a meal, some merchandise or a stay in one of our hotels?
Don’t tell them about the brewery idea, though. It’ll only upset them.