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
A very busy spot depending on the time you arrive at so getting a table might be a challenge. There is a wide selection of bottled and draft beers available. They have their own beers along with other breweries both local and international.
Its a blueprint for most of the other brewDogs around and one that was taken by so many other pubs going for the same craft beer market. These guys are...more
Came here on a busy Friday night but managed to get a seat. I was delighted to find they were serving Lindemans Framboise not just Brewdog beers (no offence but I prefer fruity beers)
Really nice atmosphere with a lot of quirks. Seems to be a lot of the newer hipster pubs in Dublin have pretty much modelled themselves on here. Really really good spot! Also I really liked their glasses and the...more
BrewDog is always a solid choice when you're looking for some good beer. I prefer this BrewDog branch over the Camden and Soho branches because it's much less crowded.
It's usually crowded (although tolerable) on weekends but you can usually find a table at some point. Week days of course are much more relaxed.
The staff are nice and are pretty helpful when you feel overwhelmed by their...more
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
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