Matthew Neville

BrewDog sets tails wagging with latest bar and restaurant in Hull

Today, independent Scottish craft brewer BrewDog is inviting fans of craft beer to dive into their drinks line-up at their newest UK bar in Hull, East Yorkshire.

Hull, one of the UK’s busiest ports and voted Capital of Culture in 2017 is on the cusp of exciting growth and redevelopment given the recent awarding of a £19.5m “Levelling Up Grant” to improve infrastructure within the city.

Home to one of the country’s oldest pubs,dating back to 1683, the city boasts a number of historic pubs. Located dockside at the Princes Quay Centre, BrewDog Hull intends to add to an already bustling nightlife by opening another, considerably larger, window into the UK’s vibrant craft beer scene.

The bar will have 28 taps of craft beer from BrewDog and curated guest breweries from the UK and beyond, with a take-away service available for those needing beers to go. The bar will also serve Hawkes cider, spirits and wine, and coffee from ethical Shoreditch supplier Grind.

BrewDog Hull also sees the fifth instalment of the hugely successful kitchen residency from BBQ chain Red’s True Barbecue. Diners will be treated to a selection of smokey dishes from Red’s, as well as BrewDog’s veggie and vegan classics.

Red’s co-founder James Douglas said: “Although our cooking has its roots in the Deep South, our restaurants have roots firmly dug into the UK with many of our ingredients being sourced locally. We couldn’t be more excited about opening the fifth of our BrewDog x Red’s collaborations, meat and beer – there really is no better combination!”

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