Brewdog is doing its best to take over the world. It began life in 2007 as a project between two friends to combat the uninspiring UK ale scene and soon was the largest independent brewery in... Read More
Brewdog is doing its best to take over the world. It began life in 2007 as a project between two friends to combat the uninspiring UK ale scene and soon was the largest independent brewery in Scotland, exporting around the globe with demand high for their signature craft brews like Punk IPA and Tokyo. Starting with a bar in Aberdeen, they went on to launch in London by driving a tank down Camden High Street, typical of their rebellious, tongue-in-cheek ethos. The Shoreditch BrewDog fits with the area in its stripped down décor, glass wall and bare bulbs. It attracts the city's growing and diverse population of craft beer fanatics, here for its endlessly inventive menu. They've just launched a potentially permanent BBQ pop-up from Texas Joe, meaning you can snack on Southern delights while sloshing back the brews.
- Sun-Thu: Noon-Midnight
- Fri-Sat: Noon-1am
- No Cover Charge
- East London's Best Speakeasy-Style Bars: "Tokyo is a fantastic oak-aged stout that at 18.2% should be approached with caution."
- Best for East London's Best Speakeasy-Style Bars Because: Ask the bartenders to take you downstairs, and you'll discover Underdog, their dimly lit and kooky speakeasy with craft beer cocktails.