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Somewhat more cosy than other venues from the all-conquering Scots chain. Quieter too, at least on the two occasions we've visited.
Much of the seating is on bar stools, but the walls are lined with more intimate spaces, including a few booths. There's plenty of fun on offer here. Neon signs light the way. Toilet chalkboards show the chemistry behind the fermentation pathways (surely that's somebody's idea of fun). Vintage arcade machines await your coins.
Even the drinks are fun — check out the mulled cider in the winter months. As per other BrewDog venues, a wide range of home-grown ales are available. Your best bet is to delay the choice by ordering a paddle board of samplers. It comes with generous portions of four tipples of your choosing — or just ask the bar staff to put together a random selection. Beware: most beers here are stronger than the usual, with some tipping the 10% mark. We left hammered.
Last updated December 2018.