Brewdog ‘superbar’ set for Edinburgh

Published: 13 November 2017

Brewdog has been granted planning approval for a new bar in the heart of the Capital. The popular Scottish brewery is to expand by taking on a “show-stopping location” at the old Clydesdale Bank building in Lothian Road.

Brewdog’s plans include 25 taps of craft beer, food, an outside seating area and an integrated BottleDog to provide the full experience to its customers.

A licence application has been submitted to the city council with the firm seemingly confident of approval for their second pub after job advertisements for a manager, assistant manager and members of the bar team were published online.

Another small business opening in Edinburgh is fantastic news. It is good to see those businesses going to different areas of the city too

Gordon Henderson, Senior Development Manager, Federation of Small Businesses


Gordon Henderson added: "It is great that other areas are also getting investment. As a regular pub goer, outdoor areas is something Edinburgh is lacking. It is great to sit outside in a beer garden and I think that would be very well received by residents and visitors alike. Competition is healthy for pubs and it won’t be new for the already established places in the area...”

Full story via Edinburgh Evening News


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