BrewDog Opens 100th Outlet and First Bar in Ireland

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BrewDog Opens 100th Outlet and First Bar in Ireland

BrewDog Opens 100th Outlet and First Bar in Ireland
December 16
12:40 2019
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Independent Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has opened its 100th brewpub worldwide and its first in Ireland. BrewDog has been on a quest to open in Dublin for over four years, finally locating the perfect spot in Capital Dock for the company’s expansive brewpub complete with an on-site microbrewery, Olympic-sized shuffleboards, huge outside terrace and heated roof garden. Overlooking the River Liffey, BrewDog Outpost Dublin joins other locations spanning the globe as far afield as Brisbane, Tokyo, Cincinnati and Berlin.

As a community owned business, part-owned by over 120,000 crowd-funded investors, BrewDog champions craft brewers and distillers throughout its global bar network, taking a stand by supporting independence. The Outpost in Dublin is BrewDog’s fourth outlet of this type, following similar large-scale brewpubs opening in London, Seoul and Manchester.

James Watt, Captain of BrewDog, says: “BrewDog Outpost Dublin has been a long time coming; we first wanted to open a BrewDog Bar in Dublin over four years ago. In the spirit of good things coming to those who wait, we are pushing the boat out and opening only our fourth ever Outpost Brewpub for the people of Ireland. Dublin is one of Europe’s most historic brewing cities so we can’t wait to arrive there and begin some brewing of our own.”

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