Modern feeling place a couple of minutes from Camden Town tube station. Got the standard Brewdog decor. Visited on a Friday night and a trendy crowd in there. A good range of Brewdog offerings plus some interesting guests.
Also have a Randall on the bar which is unusual.
It’s a bit small so can’t always get a seat and not much room to loiter.
Bright and airy, lots of windows and limited seating. Service was prompt and selection was good. Prices are a bit ridiculous even for me. Current Abstracts for 17 pounds is insulting. Food was not badly priced and pretty good.
Boudicca (1161) London, England | February 18, 2012| Updated February 19, 2012
A lively, in-your-face bar serving BrewDog and beers of a similar ilk on tap.
BrewDog Camden hasn’t been open long but anyone used to Camden in the 1980s and early 1990s would feel immediately at home here. It’s infused with “Camden chic”, for which read slightly shabby, dull black and noisy. There’s some bare brickwork, a brick bar topped with concrete (or possibly slate), white tiles behind the bar and a blackboard listing the beers – 16 taps in all, with a great range of guest beers as well as the BrewDog ones. In many ways it feels rather like the Mikkeller bar in Copenhagen, although it’s much bigger.
There are huge windows etched with the BrewDog logo and, once you’ve edged your way past the bouncers on the door, you might be lucky to find a seat at the high top for 10 or at one of the small fixed tables. Otherwise, there’s another crepuscular room downstairs.
They serve pizzas and excellent burgers which are good value at £5 or £6.
(Last visited 14 January 2012).
Attracts a mixed crowd being situated in the busy, eclectic Camden borough. Interesting beer selection with Brewdog’s regular brews, as well as seasonals, specials and some great guest ales to try (US and Scandi for the most part). Tidy bottle choice too. As a bonus, the burgers are one of the best deals in London for price and quality. The staff do a solid job behind the bar, and are welcoming. I never used to come to the area often but now it’s worth popping over for a beer or two.
Fin (1048) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | January 8, 2012| Updated October 6, 2014
Re-visited here Saturday 4th October 2014 I was quite surprised that it had been over two and a half years since my last visit here. There hasn’t been a great deal of change that I could note, it was as busy now as it was then, in fact it might even be busier now. The beer choice was still very good, they had a number of Dieu du Ciel beers on offer along with the usual Brewodg regulars. Service was prompt, it is friendly enough but for some reason it has always been one of my least favourite Brewdog bars, I think it perhaps its just a little too small and therefore quite busy when we’ve been here. A3 S9 S13 F N/A V5 OV14 78 Our previous visit here was Sat 7th Jan 2012 with Loz and friends, Nick, Anna, Barry & Lyn (Merton Beer Festival committee) stylish and trendy with decor very much in the stripped back concrete and steelwork on show sort of way. Bar staff were very good, helpful smiling and keen. Had a good range of beers on when we visited with Mikeller, Evil Twin and others on tap along with a great Brewdog range. I am sure that this bar will do very well in this area, it isn’t the sort of place that I would want to sit in all afternoon or evening but a welcome respite from the chaos of the local market I should imagine. We had a cheese and meat platter to share which was also pretty decent. A3 S9 S13 F7 V6 OV14 78
Visited on 28/08/12, first time since opening week. Quite busy bearing in mind it was 4.15pm on a Tuesday.
8 Brew dog beers on tap along with a number of Flying dog offerings. 50 or so bottles available. Service was decent enough, we were offered samples without asking for one of our beers, the bar tender who served us first was knowledgeable and new her beers. A little pricey for some beers, however a good way to pick up some of the Brew Dog stronger beers at a price half the cost of the bottled equivalent. I had the Paradox Jura @15% ABV for £4.95 1/3rd of a pint. Decent enough bar, there was a more varied selection of guest tap beers on my first visit so this could have been slightly improved upon compared to this time round.
Solid bar. Usually has several standard BrewDog beers in addition to a couple special ones. Also keep about five guest beers on tap as well (they had on four or five Lagunitas beers during my visit). Additionally, there is an extensive bottle selection that focuses mainly, it seems, on American breweries. Prices are average, and you can also buy some beers in thirds, which is great for the higher ABV stuff. Food menu looks very good and reasonably priced. Atmosphere is good, trendy and clean. They were well-staffed and the bartenders were quite attentive. Definitely worth a visit.
Stripped out but cold feel about this, nowhere near the ambiance of the Edinburgh version, the 2 Barmaids were friendly enough though. Our main gripe was the quality of the Keg beers, pretty awful and we did have a bit of a range between us, all of them tasting of sterilizer, so we turned to the bottle collection, which is extensive, also spelled with a ’p’. So a bit of a mixed bag for us, we preferred the Black Heart just round the corner but will try it again if we are close.
Pretty kickass Brewdog bar with a great array of Brewdog and guest beers. Bottle list is pretty awesome too. Prices are quite high, but I guess no higher than London prices on average. Service was extremely friendly and helpful, and the food is acceptable. A must-hit place in London.
Corner beer destination central located in Camden. Four-sided room, airy, modern minimalistic interior, wood and brick. The beer menu consists of six BrewDogs on tap and six guest beers, in addition to all the bottles, many of them from USA and Scandinavian breweries. Polite service. Punk vide to the music with Iggy, Undertones, Clash and Boomtown Rats during our stay. Our Santa Ana pizza was spicy, fresh and tasty. Partially cosy atmosphere. Bayham street is a bus street with buses running to different places in London, bus no. 24 to Pimlico meaning Cask Pub & Kitchen (visited, 06.11.2012).