DogHouse Merchant City
Glasgow's second BrewDog bar is a more food-focused affair, with burgers, wings and smoked meats to accompany the 25 lines of craft beer
This review is taken from the current (2016) edition.
Upon entering this latest instalment in Brewdog’s burgeoning brand, it won’t take long to realise that DogHouse is an establishment determined to do things rather differently than most other bars. The dedication to beer is staggering as options on their taster menu change on a daily basis. While Punk IPA is a quality house beer, staff here aren’t precious about their brand as the adjoining bottle shop testifies by offering over 250 different varieties – which you can purchase and drink on-site. Where things get really distinct, however, is with the canteen-style kitchen where patrons line up for a quarter or half pound of sticky pulled pork or a rack of baby back ribs – the Trinity Sampler (ribs, pork, beef) might seem a bit pricey at £14.95 but it is truly worth an attempt. If pairing food and craft beer is your thing then DogHouse is certainly man’s best friend.
- High point: The choice of beer is massive
- Low point: Seating is not built for comfort
- Notable dish: Trinity Sampler
- Delivery: ask for details
- Provides: Children's portions, Children's high chairs, Wheelchair access, Outdoor tables, Free wi-fi
- Music on stereo: Soft rock and indie
- Live entertainment: Occasional live music
- Capacity: 70
- Largest group: 40
- Open since: 2015
- Number of wines sold by the glass: 8
- House wine: £16.50 per bottle
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Say It Ain't Sew
Cross-stitch craft with cool projects and added cocktails. Remember that knitting under the influence of mojitos can lead to serious abuse of wool.