Stuck in another bar where the beer wasn’t doing it for me while the rain poured down. We waited and waited. But the rain would nit stop. So we ran for it. Never has a brewdog bar been so welcome... A fairly typical light industrial feel. Usual brewdog.. And today a new Bristol tap take over(or probably from previous night or two) in many ways like a spoons this just feels like a brewdog
Nice little corner pub with a good atmosphere. Friendly, knowledgeable staff - I visited with my sister (not a craft beer drinker) and the barman briefly explained the style of the beer and flavours to expect etc. offering a taster to her which was nice to see. Selection is small, BrewDog’s headliners and current releases of course, along with a small selection of guest beers across a range of styles, also bottles available for takeaway. Food - not much to say here as the only option is 6 or 7 different pizzas, the one we had was tasty enough but not worth the money. Pricing of the beers on tap seemed ok, little more expensive than I expected, some of the bottles were overpriced, in particular I will call attention to the new BrewDog vs Cloudwater NE IPA v2 bottles costing £8.85, I’ve seen some as low as £5.50 and as high £9.20, and it’s £7 online, why such a range? Also the pizzas are not worth the £8 or £9. Student or EFP discount helps but not everyone will have this. Overall a nice bar I just feel pricing is out of line for the area and more in line with somewhere like London.
Very central location, close to Bristol Bridge and the waterside. Medium sized, oval room in a typical BrewDog decor. 10 BrewDog beers and ten guest beers in addition to some interesting bottles and cans. Our Hamlet pizza was fresh and tasty. Excellent service minded barman, knowledgeable and attentive, and offering tasters. Reggae music in the back. (Visited with Finn 01.05.2017).
Another city, another Brewdog bar & I usually make a point of visiting when I see a new one. Visited here on a Saturday evening & it was quite busy, managed to get a seat though. The atmosphere was initially good but got a bit noisy when a group of lads showed up & started chanting a lot. The selection was okay, not as much to choose from as some of the newer Brewdog bars but still enough to keep most happy. Service was as you’d expect from these bars & quite good but price wise, it was definitely a bit more expensive than most with prices on-par with London; I know it’s the south of England but even then it was steep (although I guess most places in Bristol are).