Obviously there are going to be standard aspects being part of a chain, however Iíd say that this seems to be the most chilled of the Brew Dogs Iíve been to. Helpful and friendly staff. Last time I was up in Newcastle I had the meat platter for supper as I was on my own and couldnít be botheres to find anywhere else - itís OK but food is not what theyíre about. On another occasion went with a colleague who ordered wine - that got a laugh from the barmaid. Said colleague tried about 5 beers before settling on one she didnít finish.
Similar in style to other Brewdog locations, same sort of music playing. Perhaps a slightly larger list, and they had just done a Best of Britain tap takeover, so there were some interesting beers on. Staff were friendly and helpful, and generous with samples. Centrally located. Pricey. Worth a stop.
Fantastic atmosphere in here, quiet at lunchtimes and busy in the evenings. Staff are very knowledgeable and very friendly. Large range of beer on tap by Brewdog and from Guest breweries worldwide, usually good USA breweries, e.g. Stone, Oskar Blues. Pretty reasonable priced, better if you are a shareholder. Only disappointed is the lack of food options. Just pies, cheese board, popcorn and crisps
Quite a low key BrewDog near the bottom of Dean Street. The beer range was rather limited - just nine BrewDog beers and three guests. We decided to eat there and had Pieminister pies with mash and gravy. They were served in cardboard boxes, which worried me a little, but they were absolutely delicious and hit the spot nicely.
(Visited 8 February 2016).
Situated on the way down to the Quayside I visited this place on a Saturday afternoon shortly after the end of the match at SJP.
Thankfully the canny Geordies are reluctant to pay the Brewdog prices so the place wasnít too busy. Itís got the standard modern minimalist Brewdog vibe going on. Decent selection of beer, kept well, staff helpful. Nice place
Fin (941) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | October 3, 2014| Updated October 6, 2014
We visited here on twice on Tuesday 30th September and again on Wednesday 1st October 2014. This is easily my favourite Brewdog bar thus far; itís well situated on the hill down to the Quayside but also close enough to Bacchus, DATbar, Bierrex etc. Itís a mid-sized Brewdog bar sharing the same stark, industrial looks as many of their other places with a similar layout. The bar is off to the right with the beer display now adopted from the successful Shepherds Bush bar looming clear and bright above and behind the bar. Staff were exceptionally friendly and really engaging, easily the best Brewdog staff Iíve encountered. The staff here seemed genuinely interested, down to earth and a good laugh a world away from the image conscious, I know more than you type that I often encounter in a Brewdog establishment. I had a superb Libertine that had been put through the hop cannon which contained coffee beans and vanilla pods, wow it was brill. I liked the new seating (again taking its cue from Shepherds Bush). Beer choice was good, a great bar.
Quite a small place with wooden flooring and the usual high prices for Brewdog beer. If you really want to have some Brewdog beers, then go here, but there are plenty of other decent places in Newcastle for craft beer.