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BrewDog loose in Dublin

Scottish independent brewer BrewDog has finally opened its long-awaited first Irish outlet in Dublin just in time for Christmas.
BrewDog has been looking to open in Dublin for over four years, finally locating the ground floor of the Capital Dock Building for its expansive brewpub complete with an on-site microbrewery

BrewDog has been looking to open in Dublin for over four years, finally locating the ground floor of the Capital Dock Building for its expansive brewpub complete with an on-site microbrewery

BrewDog has been looking to open in Dublin for over four years, finally locating the ground floor of the Capital Dock Building for its expansive brewpub complete with an on-site microbrewery, Olympic-sized shuffleboards, huge outside terrace and heated roofgarden. BrewDog Outpost Dublin opened last Friday and becomes the group’s 100th site, with locations spanning the globe as far afield as Brisbane, Tokyo, Cincinnati and Berlin.

BrewDog Outpost Dublin features a 5 Hectolitre brew kit and will treat locals to exclusive beers brewed on-site. Two bars each have 30 taps so that craft beer aficionados can get their hands on a range of cutting-edge releases from the surging craft beer scene here as well as the UK and from around the world.

The Outpost in Dublin is BrewDog’s fourth large-scale ‘Outpost’ location, with three others based in London, Seoul and Manchester.

“BrewDog Outpost Dublin has been a long time coming” said BrewDog Captain James Watt, “we first wanted to open a BrewDog Bar in Dublin over four years ago.”

He added that he considered Dublin as one of Europe’s most historic brewing cities.

 

 

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