This bar opened a few months ago in a long vacant building next to Central Station. There is a nice bar with a dozen or so stools and a lot of spread out tables. The bar food is adequate but not exceptional. The service is great. The barkeeps provide a lot of information and samples of recommended beers. The selection is outstanding, though some beers are pretty pricey. All.bottles and cans are available for take-out.
Visited twice. Nice rooms and friendly staff. Interesting selection of beers, if you have not been at a BD pub before. Both days not possible to dine, because of wrong timing and electricity gone! The prices are ok. Good situated next to the train station.
Conventionally located when you have to wait for your train. The only other good thing is the selection. You will find one off barrel aged brewdog beer which in my opinion are the only ones worth the money. Which brings me to the main negative point, the pricing. Most of their selection are just exterminate overpriced even taking in to consideration the (expensive) location. The music selection can get enjoying too. But that's perhaps a personal choice. Usually I don't stay for more that one drink since it's just a place to wait for the next train for me.
Large, spacious and a bit atypical BredDog bar in a perfect location close to the Central Station. The terrace facing the street outside was unfortunately crowded on this glorious september day. Nice selection of belgian beers. The best BD bar I have been to so far.
Fajne wnetrza. Balkon. Multum miejsca (a i tak spory ruch), A E lokalizacja. Fajny wybor drogich jak na BXL piw. Klimat... no ludzie tam sie polansowac mam wrazenie troche przychodza. Ryli wporzo zarcie. Ryli wporzo knajpa.
The place is just behind the Central station, pretty spacious, lots of light, modern interior, maybe a bit less industrial than other Brewdog bars. Considering it was afternoon there were more people in side than I expected, almost all tables were full. Seemed to me there were a lot of business people, also first time I’ve seen someone drink coffee or juice in Brewdog. Selection, huh...during our visit 18 taps were on. Usual Brewdog stuff with wide distribution with exception of maybe Ace of Equinox. Guest list were mostly classics (Stone IPA, Arrogant Bastard, Kriek Boon, Brugse Zot, Chimay, Lupuloid and Brusseleir) with exception of Kameradski Balsamico from t’Verzet. They did have some interesting bottles but this is the part we come to prices. Can of Chilli Hammer goes for 7,10 and Pannepot Grand Reserva for 10,60 euros. If you don’t want to drink 5AM or Trashy Blonde the bottle prices start at roughly 7 euros. I have an issue with prices on the draft list as well. I have no problem paying 4,20 euros for some lambic or bottle of 10% quad or tripel, but paying that much for half pint of Punk IPA doesn’t fell right. In the end that’s what bothers me the most with this Brewdog, it looks very much alike other BD bars in UK, except you’re paying more than 7 quid for a pint of Punk IPA or 11 quid for Hardcore. Guest beers list is not that interesting and interesting bottles are way too expensive. For me this was an one beer stop, no regrets for checking it out, but I don’t think I’d like to revisit.
Just outside the Central Station, so it couldn’t be more convenient unless somebody carried you there. Looks like many other BrewDog locations. Taplist is posted, and some bottles, and the written menu is very thorough. There are many more massive abv beers available here than other locations I’ve visited, but less interesting guest beers. They had food, but I was still stuffed from La Brocante, and no one else was eating either. I did finish the huge dish of free peanuts. Staff were very helpful and multilingual. Worth a stop.