It’s a brewdog bar, so you know what to expect if you’ve been to any of the others. Similar selection and pricing to all the others. Was tempted by the veggie haggis hotdog but didn’t go for it in the end. Quite liked it.
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.
Great selection of BrewDog and collaboration beers.
The taster tray options were limited, and would like to have been able to mix n match. My only other dislike is their marketing and blatant commercialism.
However the beers are outstanding, with great service from very knowledgable staff.
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.
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.
A very enjoyable drinking experience as you would come to expect from BrewDog with a nice beer fuelled atmosphere and selection of awesome beers. The staff are really friendly and know their stuff with the beer, located across from the Kelvingrove museum the bar has nice views and is located far enough from the town to be reasonably spacious on a weekday night. A must visit if you are in town!
Lovely place. What a super beer selection. And staff that know what they serv and can give proper advises!
A bit modern, but still cousy and friendly.
rjkreid (9) , Scotland | September 3, 2012| Updated September 4, 2012
I suspect that this has the best beer selection in Glasgow (now that Brudar has shut up shop). Knowledgable, freindly staff. 5-8 Brewdog beers on draft with 2-5 Guests (more if one of the regular tap takeovers is in progress) with a total of about 12 keg taps for when it’s super busy! Ranges from quiet mid-week lunch to rammed on Friday/Saturday around Tea time! Mikkeller, Nogne-o, Stone, Flying Dog, SWB, Kernal, Magic Rock, Hitachino Nest etc. etc. on regularly (although the rotation has been a little static of late). Pizzas and Burgers to eat at reasonable prices, although service can be slow as the bar staff have to cook them! Great location with views of the Kelvingrove Museum. Enjoy!