Situated slightly out of the city centre and by BrewDog standards a very small set up. Typically decent selection on tap and bottled. Just felt a bit remote from the other great places in Leeds. Good to visit though.
A tiny bar for Brewdog in comparison to others up and down the country in a lovely old brick building behind the Corn Exchange. It’s almost triangular in shape with the bar against the back wall and most of the seats facing the windows at its front and side. Twin levelled, there’s a few more seats in the slightly grubbier upstairs in the same open plan room. There’s a limited amount of taps here but guests ales and regulars from the Brewdog list are available here. Their second bar Shuffledog on the otherside of the city centre is much bigger in size and drinks selection.
Smaller and completely different than any other Brewdog location I’ve visited. Downstairs is slightly cramped, upstairs feel a bit more open and you can watch the trains go by. Staff were very friendly and generous with the samples. Mostly Brewdog beers on tap, just three guests. Worth a stop.
2015-09-26. Nice space, cool spiral stairs leading upstairs. Lots of exposed brick, concrete bar as at other locations. It feels smaller than some BrewDog locations. It is busy but not crazy when we arrive. We stood at the bar. I imagine it gets cramped when busier. Friendly servers but beer and food lists are shorter than other BrewDog locations. You won’t go thirsty, but beer options are also not plentiful. We opted for the only available pie on the menu, the goat cheese and veg, which was surprisingly good. Worth a visit - I liked it, and would spend an evening here if I lived locally, but other places in town offer more extensive beer lists if you are visiting.
Visited on a wet July Sunday afternoon, this is a tiny place, a much smaller than normal range for a Brewdog. Picked up an interesting Great Divide beer or two and negotiated the spiral staircase upstairs, relaxed and dried off on a comfy sofa. It’s a decent place and worth a look. New venue opens soon so be interested to see what happens to this one
A very small Brew Dog bar and surprisingly quiet during the Friday afternoon. Apparently it is more of an evening place. Regardless I had a very good chat with the super friendly and knowledgeable barguy and some super chatty customer. Prices are okay for tasters, pint a bit pricy. Small tap selection from Brewdog itself actually, but I did like the balance. I wonder what the 2nd, much larger Leeds Brewdog bar will do to this place.
A much smaller space than other Brewdog bars I’ve visited. I like that and the interior retains the Brewdog industrial/minimalist? design. Visited on a quite afternoon, and soaked up a few beers from the interesting taplist. A good chilled vibe and cheery service.