- Bar open Mon–Thu noon–-midnight; Fri/Sat noon–midnight; Sun 12.30–midnight
- Food served Sun–Thu noon–10pm; Fri/Sat noon–10pm.
- Average price £12 (lunch); £12 (evening meal)
- Website www.brewdog.com
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This review is taken from the current (2013) edition.
Flying in the face of conventional, bland and boring, Captain BrewDog (James Watt) and Beer Pirate (Martin Dickie) have turned the beer world on its head – exporting BrewDog to over 30 countries; sprouting bars from Glasgow to São Paulo. Using only finest, natural and occasionally bizarre ingredients − including Scottish berries, artisanal cacao and organic heather honey − their Aberdeen brewery is as much evolutionary as it is revolutionary. We’re talking ‘flamin’ groovy’ beer cocktails. Above BrewDog Glasgow’s frosted panes you get a squirrel’s eye panorama of the gallery and university. An epic list of house and guest beers/ales presents dilemma, so try a 'beer flight': four third-pint tastings selected by über passionate, beer-savvy staff. From the daily specials, ‘Catherine’s Pony’ (a Beavertown Brewery collaboration) pairs well with the Scottish fine cheese platter that plays no second fiddle. ‘Dog stew, feisty Aberdeen angus burgers and stonebaked pizzas with fairy-sprinkled fresh herbs are all top notch to boot.
- High point: Learning about malt, water, yeast, hops and beery goodness
- Low point: Zig-zagging home from Tokyo 18.2% ABV
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- Provides: Wheelchair access, Live music, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: pop/funk
- Capacity: 140
- Largest group: 30
- Open since: 2011
- House wine: £14 per bottle
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