Described by James Watt, co-founder of BrewDog, as a "cathedral for craft beer," BrewDog Shepherd's Bush is a beer lovers paradise. It is the 13th BrewDog to open in the UK and the third such bar in London alone; a marked success in the short history of what was previously just a simple Scottish brewery. The bar boasts 40 draught taps but BrewDog not only showcases its own core range and limited edition beers, but also around 20 guest draught beers from breweries all over the world, including Mikkeller, Kernal, Magic Rock, Beavertown, Buxton, and Green Flash.
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15-19 Goldhawk RoadLondonW12 8QQ
They allowed us to try so many different beers here which was nice. The best of the bunch was clearly Swindle by the nice Danish folks of Mikkeller.
This is the biggest Brewdog bar I have visited and all the other ones I have drunken in really need the extra space as they are often busy and crammed. They were doing a brisk trade here, but late Saturday afternoon there was still room for all...more
My husband and I had a Groupon for a 5 beer tasting with meats and cheeses. We went on Sunday at 2pm - the place was dead. Which made us a bit nervous. We were greeted my friendly bartenders and explained we were there to redeem our Groupon - we were told, "Oh yes, you're here for Beer School - over here...". We were directed into this tiny cosy room in the corner filled with cosy comfy...more
I'm going to start this off with the fact that I'm an American so my beer tastes are a little different than most European's. To top it off, I'm from San Diego which is pretty much home to the IPA movement. Think hops throwing up in your face type of beers. I used to hate them but over time my palette has grown accustomed to them and I actually crave them. Even our pale ales are pretty hoppy....more
I used to be a fan of BrewDog Shepherds Bush. That much is clear from my previous review. But, alas, eight months on, I'm not feeling the love for it anymore.
Why? Well, there are the downsides listed in my previous review that still apply: poor food, industrial interior, poor availability of coffee stouts. Sadly however there are now more downsides that have shifted my affections for...more
Hipster long beards on show- check.
Distressed furniture and wonky chairs-check
1980s video game machines-check
Oh...and lots and lots of luvvly beer-double check.
Brewdog is a craft beer place as opposed to real ale. This means the beer is fizzier and colder, but apart from that the range of beers is truly amazing. We tried quite a few, keeping to halves. frankly I can't recall them now-a...more