Visited on Friday 19th Feb 2016. Opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery, it’s a typical, small Brewdog bar, it’s long and thin, a smaller selection on tap than some of the venues. Did have 4 Reubens beers on the board but 3 had kicked on my arrival. Sigh!
Prices were top end for Glasgow, service was good. Managed to get a seat and charge my phone so all was good.
Liked the place and would go back
The Glasgow BrewDog is opposite the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and there are large windows looking across to it. It’s quite a small bar, not too bleak or rough round the edges compared to some BrewDogs, and I liked it. The beer range was good too, with a few interesting guests alongside the usual range.
(Visited 1 February 2017).
Fin (1146) Merton, Oxfordshire, England, England | June 18, 2015
We visited Brewdog Glasgow on Thursday 18th June 2015. We came here after a wonderful visit to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which is smack opposite. BrewDog Glasgow is situated about 6-7 mins walk from Kelvinhall subway station and The Three Judges public house, we took the subway from the Buchanan St subway stop near Queen St railway station. This Brewdog seems a little remote, though I am unfamiliar with the area so that may not be the case. It is mid sized corner bar with the usual Brewdog furnishings, to be fair it looked a little softer in appearance than some, there seemed to be a few more comfy seats here. The chap who served us was very friendly and chatty. I had a Fallen Chew Chew, Loz an Electric India both were good, I preferred mine though. They had 3 guest beers on as I recall with Fallen, plus the Fyne/De Molen collaboration, Mills and Hills and another. It was a simple layout, quite light and airy with large windows. We both enjoyed it here.
I liked this Brew Dog bar a lot. We visited during the day and it was relaxed. They have a free video game table with ten pages worth of oldskool stuff like Donkey Kong and Galaga. The beer selection was a bit dull with guest taps of Rogue, and bottles of Stone, etc. but at the same time there was enough variety to keep me happy. Friendly place.
My first visit to a BrewDog bar turned out as a great experience. This one is located near the university area in the western part of Glasgow and has got a very nice window view to the monumental Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. It took me about 35 minutes to walk from the central station to the bar. However, there is a bus stop just outside and even the bus to Glasgow Airport stops here. The bar room is medium sized with a rough and minimalist décor. The draft menu offered eight BrewDog craft ales and four guests. All the beers I had were delicately served and in perfect condition. The range of bottles is great and with the possibility to take away, this is surely the best bottle shop in town. For eating I chose the Thy Pizza Vegetable served on a platter, well baked with a fresh, delicious flavour. Service was partially attentive and friendly. Retro, swing-like, rock music in the background. I spend a few happy drinking hours here in a very relaxing atmosphere (visited 10.04.2012).
Empty 12pm on Wed. 8 own taps and 4 guest taps (Stone Double Bastard/Lagunitas A Little Sumpin Sumpin/Hitachino Nest Pale and White). Quite small bar. Very friendly and knowledgeable service. I don’t know about the location since I’m not that familiar with Glasgow but for me it took 2 miles of walking to get here. More expensive than average pub but the selection is excellent. Great selection of world class beers in bottles.
After visiting quite a few BrewDog bars I feel that the Glasgow outpost is one of their best. We visited on a Saturday early evening to find it pretty busy, but still able to get a table. Inside its a decent size and quite light in comparison to the Edinburgh one for example. Extensive and well chosen selection of craft beer, probably 50% brewdog and 50% world-wide guests. Think Alesmith, Oskar Blues, Magic Rock, Cromarty etc. Staff were friendly and attentive. There was some live acoustic music going on also which made for a rather pleasant atmosphere. Great venue.
Smaller, lower-key and with a smaller beer choice than almost any other BrewDog I’ve visited. Odd location too, although across from the Kelvingrove certainly works for a museum freak like me. Post industrial feel turned down enough, and the cosiness makes me feel like this could even be a normal pub! Back to the beer list. It will not rock your world, with only four non BD taps (and one tick for me). However - and this is something I really dug - the number of BD sessionable beers is high, allowing you to try their wares relatively cheaply. Expensive compared to your average bar but not bad for the chain. With this vastly different feel to its bigger brothers, I found it to be a singular experience. Enjoyable place.
2014-06-28. Mabel and I stopped in for a late lunch after visiting the Kelvingrove museum. We both had the "Pigs May Fry" burger (Good but overly large, and meat is more "minced" than we are used to in North America which I find interesting.) Delicious but we could have shared one instead of each getting one!) and some beer flights. The bar feels very modern compared to what we were picturing in the UK. We sat at a long hightop table. Servers were friendly. It was quiet when we first sat down and started to get rather busy shortly thereafter. Some seating outside as well. I liked it, the beer selection was pretty good in terms of both BrewDog options and guest taps. Some bottles are on the pricier side. We opted to take a couple bottles (Mix Tape and Cocoa Psycho) to go with us as well. Glad we went and would come back. It has character but not the sort of old world charm that say the Three Judges has.