Brewdog serves up destination bar for docklands
Scottish craft beer firm’s first Irish location, which opened last week, claims to be already ‘inundated with event requests’
Scottish brewery Brewdog is hoping to make its first Irish pub a destination bar. The new premises, in Dublin’s docklands, is Brewdog’s 100th bar and opened last week.
“It was the hardest-fought bar we’ve got and we love it to bits. We’ve been looking in Dublin for four years now and getting a pub licence here is a tougher challenge than in other markets,” James Brown, retail director at Brewdog, told...
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