Visited tonight (1 week after opening). Completely packed. Had I not been alone and a foreigner - fairly sure I wouldn’t have been able to get in as they were going on a "1 Out/1-In" policy @ the door, and I’m fairly certain my taxi arrival and US accent swayed the doorman. Nuts. Amazing selection of their own and fantastic guests (de molen, Stone, LA, 3F, etc, etc, etc). Only had BD taps myself and they were excellent (much, much better than what we can get in the US). Drams of Bismark and Penguin, and a lengthy and jealousy-inspriing bottle list. Agree with the original review that it’s probably best to let this place calm down a bit, since the atmosphere was a little insane and standing room only/bright/hot on a Friday night. Still - I can’t imagine visiting Glasgow again and not stopping off here in the future.
The original Brewdog Glasgow bar, in the west end. Opposite Kelvingrove Art Gallery. It’s a bit of a walk, but reachable by bus or the underground. A medium sized bar, with a reasonable selection of Brewdog beers plus a few guest options. Food was decent, staff are friendly. Flights available
The location is not very central but easy to reach with buses and the view is great. The service was very good compared to other Brewdog pubs, selection is a bit limited though. Overall a pleasant pub with decent prices.
Medium sized bar in a nice location in Glasgow’s West End. They offer 4 beer flights for 7-10£, depending on your choice. Normally offer ~10 of their own and ~5 guest taps. Prices are a bit steep, selection is decent.
The food was excellent, especially the chorizo hot dog. Worth a visit.
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).
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.
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