Biggest BrewDog bar set for Waterloo
BrewDog will open a 27,500 sq ft craft beer bar in central London in August.
BrewDog will open a 27,500 sq ft craft beer bar in central London in August, which will be the Scottish brewer and operator's biggest ever site.
Opening on Thursday 18 August in the newly developed Waterloo Station, the venue will encompass two floors of beer, spirits, food and entertainment in the centre of the city.
The bar and restaurant will also feature dedicated co-working spaces and pods, a microbrewery, a Grind café, a cocktail hideaway, duckpin bowling alleys, a podcast studio, meeting rooms, a not-for-profit floristry, and an ice cream van with serves from Hackney Gelato.
With its own secret entrance, the cocktail hideaway sees BrewDog partner with London mixologist Rich Woods, aka The Cocktail Guy.
“Our plans for BrewDog Waterloo are as exciting as the city it lies at the heart of," says James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog. "This is our new flagship bar for London, so we are making it a true destination.
"From enjoying a morning artisan coffee in our Grind café to stopping in for a post-work pint, you’ll be able to take your commute to the next level. Record your own podcast, explore our hidden cocktail bar, or stoke some competition with a game of duckpin bowling or ping-pong. BrewDog Waterloo has something for everyone, and we cannot wait to open our doors this August.”