THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL BREWPUB HUNT

Find us a BrewPub, score £25,000 of BrewDog shares!

THE GREAT INTERNATIONAL BREWPUB HUNT

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We love our International BrewDog Bars. They are beacons for those who enjoy amazing craft beer wherever they happen to live around the world. However the world is a large place. Our hard-travelling team of bar hunters put in the miles – but we need your help. If you know of a location for a kick-ass International BrewDog Bar or BrewPub, then let us know. Because if we open up in it, you can score an epic reward.

£25,000 of BrewDog shares. Free.

Yes, alongside the ever-lasting gratitude of the men and women of your city, we will reward your pavement-pounding investigations with a cool £25k of Equity Punk goodness. You’ll be the mayor of your craft beer-crazy town, at a stroke. All you need to do is get hunting for that perfect location for a BrewDog Bar or BrewPub where you are. So what exactly are we looking for?

New International BrewDog Bars

· Bar Area – 300-400 square metres in size
· City Centre locations as well as up and coming areas
· External seating space is awesome
· Majority of space on ground floor
· Freeholds and Leaseholds considered
· Corner sites with lots of glazing work well for us

New International BrewDog BrewPubs

· BrewPub Area – 400-700 square metres in size
· Industrial or Utilitarian location
· External seating space is awesome
· Majority of space on ground floor
· Freeholds and Leaseholds considered

If you know of somewhere suitable for us in your city, wherever it may be around the world, check the bullet points above, assemble as much evidence and photos as you can, and then email them to our International Bar Hunter Stephen Allsop ([email protected]). We are accepting submissions until 30th December 2017, so get those sensible shoes on and hit the streets!

No-one knows a city better than the people who live, eat and drink there. If you know a prime location or a secret hotspot for us to open a show-stopping flagship BrewDog site, then let us know. The communities who support our International Bars drive our passion to brew great beer – if you want to be part of a community like them, hunt down a site and email it over. It could score you £25,000 of BrewDog shares.

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Vanessa fairfax-woods 21.01.2018 @ 12:59pm
There's an awesome building that used to house a McDonald's of all places. Right in the centre of Shrewsbury. Medieval. Very cool. Empty!
See link below:
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/uk-england-shropshire-39089297
anonymous 09.12.2017 @ 10:52pm
It has to be Calgary, Canada — with second location in Banff to follow. Looking for a location in Calgary — they’ll be something that fits your specs well — and brilliant location for a brewpub
Adam 05.12.2017 @ 10:15pm
It's got to be been bridge in yorkshire, Greg little market town an hour from Leeds and Manchester, has plenty of great craft beer bars including vocation breast, very popular and good vibe place
Anna Lue 05.12.2017 @ 3:10pm
Hull, The City of Culture 2017. Its one hull of a place.
Delboy 04.12.2017 @ 3:09pm
Limerick and Torino are crying out for a Brewdog. Make it so!
anonymous 04.12.2017 @ 1:54pm
Spoorzone Tilburg, it is an old trainfactory that is a really upcoming area at the moment in Tilburg. Also, I would absolutely love it if my favourite beer would get a little bit closer to home!
Will Longmate 04.12.2017 @ 12:41pm
Quite why you've not opened one in San Antonio Ibiza is beyond me. That would be pretty awesome, and a good outlet for Ibosim based on the north of the island, taking a share of the market back to independents rather than the multinationals that dominate it
Richard C 03.12.2017 @ 9:44pm
Koblenz Germany. Am heading there in the summer so if it's up and running by then that will be GREAT.
Fraser 03.12.2017 @ 7:46am
Auckland. Auckland. Auckland. Got some cracking the local beer scene is going off but needs more internationals
anonymous 03.12.2017 @ 7:09am
Vancouver or Victoria canada
Martin Kingdon 02.12.2017 @ 8:17pm
The old Mitchell’s Diary in Inverurie!! ????????????
Not quite International!
Callum 02.12.2017 @ 4:48pm
Cheltenham Brewery quarter please! We have horses now we just need a dog!!!
Panda 02.12.2017 @ 11:09am
Take competitors head on why not open in Seattle Fremont area?
Courtney 01.12.2017 @ 8:27pm
The Mount in New Zealand. So chill beautiful beaches. Perfect spot!
Durutti Marianna 01.12.2017 @ 5:35pm
Athens, Greece! Kerameikos is the hip area you are looking for!
Bj 01.12.2017 @ 3:22pm
Nashville please! Tia
Calum 01.12.2017 @ 3:17pm
Groningen, Netherlands. Cool little student city with a fantastic atmosphere. A nice Brewdog pub would fit in with the city perfectly, and the profits would be good for sure.
anonymous 01.12.2017 @ 3:04pm
There is a bar up for sale on the corner of Arragon road and the A305 in Twickenham - great central location, great corner space and the home of Rugby
Noam Deul 01.12.2017 @ 2:42pm
Tel Aviv, Israel is the best place for you.
Brewdog pub will be a great addition to our modern and exciting city.
Scott Duncan 01.12.2017 @ 2:39pm
The old Mitchels dairy shop in Inverurie it's up for sale
John Sanderson 01.12.2017 @ 2:01pm
Try Sunbridge Wells in Bradford
A truly amazing location
Nowhere like ut anywhere in the whole of the uk
[email protected]
Paul Armstrong 01.12.2017 @ 1:49pm
Banff.Alberta, Canada. This place so tranquil and everyone that visits has enjoyment and happiness in their eyes. Alot of prosperous travellers visit here and woyld definitely enjoy the Brewdog experience.
Craig Leslie 01.12.2017 @ 12:46pm
You maybe surprised to hear that the Italians actually enjoy a real beer now. There is a city called Salerno on the almafi coast where it's now an up and coming place to be. With quite a few small bars around the old town and a more modern university area as well now. During the summer months there is a huge influx of tourists via ferry and coach's im talking 1000s per day And over the winter months the while city becomes a outdoor festival who enjoy the social life of being out relaxing..
Jimmy K 01.12.2017 @ 12:30pm
The Toronto craft beer scene is amazing and brewdog would fit in well there. I'm also moving there in March so will need one!! Not too far from Columbus either.
Antonio 01.12.2017 @ 12:15pm
Taormina in Sicily, Italy
anonymous 01.12.2017 @ 12:05pm
I live in a small town approx. 11 miles outside Nottingham. The towny lost man of its pubs over the last 20 years but recently things have began to change. Approx 3 years ago our first "micro pub" open called "The Tap and Growler" which really kick off the real ale scene. Since then we have had 4 more open which has rejuvenated the town centre and now sees a very lively social scene around good beers. I think its time BruDog expanded into communities such as ours, the market is vibrant and rents are cheap!
anonymous 01.12.2017 @ 10:15am
Durham, U.K. Would go down a storm.
Ian Gove 01.12.2017 @ 9:09am
Milan - Navigli or Brerra region. Houching with people as well and Navigli in particular has just had 2 years of investment / upgrading.

Accra - Ghana. Guiness have a bit of the strangle hold in the area but it tastes awful (Heavy in malasas). Liberation Road, very close to many major hotels.
anonymous 01.12.2017 @ 8:15am
Aarhus, Denmark !!! Please????
Loris 01.12.2017 @ 6:47am
Udine
Pieter-Bas 01.12.2017 @ 6:22am
Utrecht or Amsterdam, The Netherlands! Would love a bar of yours over here!
Haydyn Pryce 01.12.2017 @ 5:08am
One in Telford, Shropshire would be awesome are closest one is Birmingham an hour on the train away need one closer please.
anonymous 01.12.2017 @ 2:44am
Guildford, Surrey. The home of pubs and craft beer. Claimed to be the most expensive county for beer prices so you could get away with upping the charge of a pint by a few pennies. We need one for sure though. My partner has Brewdog shares too, so one I Guildford would be awesome! ????
Sodam 01.12.2017 @ 2:37am
Seoul!
Recently there are many charateristic pubs and tap houses in Seoul. I can meet brewdog's beer, especially PUNK IPA by tap in that tap house. But I (and almost of beer geeks in Seoul) want to feel the A to Z of brewdog brand. Please come to Seoul :-)
James Havell 01.12.2017 @ 1:07am
I’m living in Manila, the Philippines. This is the fastest growing economy in Asia right now. We have other craft beer outlets like ‘Draft’ or ‘Perfect Pint’ but in my opinion nothing is as good as Brewdog, especially the IPA’s. The best location here is Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila. It’s a big area with shops, bars & restaurants. https://m.facebook.com/bonifacioglobalcityph/
Geoff Fenn 01.12.2017 @ 12:39am
TORONTO CANADA would be a great foot in the door for you
Donna Morrison 30.11.2017 @ 11:59pm
A brilliant location for you would be Miri in Malaysia ???????? ???????? It’s a brilliant place, but definitely in need of a brewdog
anonymous 30.11.2017 @ 11:38pm
There are a couple of great locations in Southport Lancashire and it's really busy most of the year. There are some great corner plots on Lord Street which is a stones throw from the beach.
B Rich 30.11.2017 @ 11:14pm
Stonehaven, take over where the Hook & Eye is.
MarkA 30.11.2017 @ 11:06pm
Some nice locations in Solihull Town Centre. Unlike saturated Birmingham City Centre there arent any craft beer venues around there.
Rio gunner 30.11.2017 @ 10:32pm
Bournemouth town centre has loads of empty places ready to become bar's go go go!
Sam Wilson 30.11.2017 @ 9:31pm
Dülmen Germany. Germany and Beer = ????????
Dowie2000 30.11.2017 @ 9:26pm
Ipswich..............
Roberto 30.11.2017 @ 9:15pm
Bolzano, Italy new big center constructin upcoming
Carl Miller 30.11.2017 @ 9:04pm
Come to Cincinnati OH! There are at least 4 gentrifying neighborhoods in fantastic areas. We were just named one of the most fun cities in the US, have an exploding craft beer scene with followers to match, have 4 professional sports teams that are all growing, and 4 universities within an Uber ride to downtown. We have the people, the love of beer, and incredible growth potential. Come to Cincinnati, OH!!!!
Gary Pope 30.11.2017 @ 8:37pm
Madrid’s Grand Via or Pueto del Sol
Screaming out for some Brewdog Punk
anonymous 30.11.2017 @ 8:37pm
Haarlem is a great place for a brewdog pub! Lot of special beers around and potential partners to work with in the area! Maybe even have a guest spot at the Jopenkerk!
Omar Viramontes 30.11.2017 @ 8:21pm
We need BREWDOG in Los Angeles. Alhambra would be perfect. It’s about 6min east of Downtown.
anonymous 30.11.2017 @ 7:25pm
Long Beach California.... SoCal is a Craft Brew Mecca you should have an Outpost Here!
Simon Goldsmith 30.11.2017 @ 7:19pm
The Royal Oak in Chesterfield, Derbyshire.
It has been closed and the notice says that the company are looking for nes licencees!
This pub was the cornerstone of the breakthrough into Real Ales in the 1980s but has fallen on hard times. It surely needs an injection of some Punk Attitude to get it back where it belongs.
Ed Kehoe 30.11.2017 @ 7:19pm
The city of Funchal, on the island of Madeira. The beer scene is starting to grow. They get a lot of tourists and the island is always sunny and warm. It’s the perfect place for a brewery.
Janis 30.11.2017 @ 7:19pm
Orlando Florida area. We have great weather year round and is one of the biggest destinations. We have sports, nature, theme parks, and lots of people to fill the pub. Lots of cool, small towns near downtown Orlando and land available.
Alan Gray 30.11.2017 @ 7:07pm
There are some pretty nice locations in Düsseldorf, Germany!
[email protected] 30.11.2017 @ 6:58pm
Germany is seriously open for it, craftbeer scene is coming up big time. I'm sure great things.are already happening in Berlin. Now it's time to head downsouth and be true punks who will conquer Bavaria, the cradle of that damn Reinheitsgebot. Nuremberg, Augsburg and Munich are there for the taking! Already small venues are on the rise and craft beer festivals are well visited. Dear Brewdog, bring it! Contact me for more info if you are serious about it. Jur
Simon Ridge 30.11.2017 @ 6:43pm
Prestwick in Ayrshire.
Great town with a brilliant and vibrant nightlife. Bring the Dog ....
Carolyn Hall 30.11.2017 @ 6:19pm
Blackpool town centre
anonymous 30.11.2017 @ 5:57pm
Princes Avenue, Hull (UK City of Culture 2017).
Mike Cowlam 30.11.2017 @ 5:56pm
Bradford West Yorkshire is a city on the up. New shopping centre, youngest population in the UK. I would imagine it's right up your street.
Matt 30.11.2017 @ 5:51pm
We need one in Derby. Loads of new bar's and restaurants opening up. Plenty of real ale pubs.
Marco Lo Sporco Vairo 30.11.2017 @ 5:48pm
Torino. Perfect spot, tourism is increasing, close to France and Switzerland, people start looking for high quality beers, new flavours, unusual beers! And there are A LOT of empty buildings (sometimes historical) in the center or right close to it. Wait! I was about to forget...is increasing as a student city too! In my opinion would be a great city for you guys! Oh, and if you look for a bartender in the next brewpub in Torino, well I live here! Horns up for Brewdog.
Ms Willemeasy 30.11.2017 @ 5:42pm
South America has got some great beer bars now, I think Valparaiso Chile or in San Telmo (BA) Argentina have got amazing vibes and attract a great crowd in the evenings.
Matthew 30.11.2017 @ 5:39pm
Cathedral Quarter, Belfast, would be perfect! Also Dublin's a good shout!
Rob 30.11.2017 @ 5:38pm
Has to be Cathedral Quarter in Belfast. I visited the city for the first time this weekend and was walking round all the bars and pubs (which all have moved towards craft ales) thinking the place was crying out for Brewdog’s influence.
Stephen Cleary 30.11.2017 @ 5:28pm
An old pub with plenty space for anything you ever wanted to do with it, waiting for the right people to open it back up in Dublin..... 9C5M9QWM+MX
anonymous 30.11.2017 @ 5:25pm
I would open a brewdog bar along the north coast 500, Thurso possibly, plenty tourists and a good platform for merchandise
Craig 30.11.2017 @ 5:20pm
I was only just hearing on the radio that Russia is mad for craft beer. Worth a shout exploring possibilities there? Massive country with tonnes of potential.
Mike 30.11.2017 @ 5:20pm
Auckland in New Zealand. Prime area for your epic brand to be released. Also a Southern Hemisphere brewery location. ????
Kirsteen Cruickshank 30.11.2017 @ 5:05pm
I’d say Karlstad or Örebro or norrkopping in Sweden.
Gary green 30.11.2017 @ 4:57pm
Reykjavik
Lewis McAthey 30.11.2017 @ 4:54pm
Gunwharf quays portsmouth, uk. Heard that the Jamie’s Italian is closing and would make a great venue for a brewdog. Nothing else like it there.
Mrj 30.11.2017 @ 4:53pm
You need one in Croydon or bromley kent uk
David Lee 30.11.2017 @ 4:47pm
Lisbon....Portugal gave the world chillies so time to repay the debt and give them some Brewdog magic.
Stefan Jajecznyk 30.11.2017 @ 4:29pm
West Queen St. Toronto
Chris Kirkland 30.11.2017 @ 4:29pm
You guys must look at Dubai as a worthy option. Since Punk IPA arrived on tap, more and more people are buying it! Plenty locations in prime spots
David 30.11.2017 @ 4:16pm
Paisley, Please. Need a decent drinking establishment for after work
Jim 30.11.2017 @ 4:12pm
Helmond (translation: Hellmouth) in The Netherlands. Only an 8 minute trainride from the buzzin' hightech and design city of Eindhoven.
Felipe Torrealba 30.11.2017 @ 4:02pm
I am convinced that you must open a bar in Hispanic America, and Santiago de Chile is your best fit.
Alberto 30.11.2017 @ 4:01pm
Milano, it's perfect trust me :)
David 30.11.2017 @ 3:56pm
Rio de Janeiro?
Dan 30.11.2017 @ 11:19am
Dublin! That's international, right?
ByronF 30.11.2017 @ 11:04am
I can think of a few places in Auckland (my home town). Pity I am not still over there!