Officially revealing the news just last night, BrewDog is set to open up a brand new bar in Hull in East Yorkshire – on the bottom deck of the iconic Princes Quay in the centre of town.
The popular brewery has over 50 UK bars already, with their newest venture set to open in collaboration with the much-loved burger spot, Red’s True Barbecue. The Scottish beer giants BrewDog are set to open their new location in Hull city centre later this year.
A statement about the new opening reads: “We’re opening a brand new bar in Hull – located in the newly refurbished Princes Quay floating shopping centre, with a terrace looking out over the Quay.
“This stunning location will feature our fourth Reds True BBQ x BrewDog food concept, fire pit seating, and shuffleboards, just a stone’s throw from the water’s edge.
“Keep an eye on this page and our social media for more information as we get closer to opening!”
The Hull branch will be their fourth collaborative opening with Red’s True Barbecue and the pairing is proving a huge success and is sure to go down well with the people of Hull.
BrewDog, is well known for its popular craft beers including Punk IPA, Dead Pony Club and many more, with Red’s True Barbecue already finding success in big cities such as Leeds, Manchester and Leicester.
The new spot will serve up a meaty food menu of burgers, ribs and more amazing options that will be complimented by BrewDog’s Scottish-made brews, and while there’s currently no word on exactly when, we can rest assured that it’ll be ‘soon’.
BrewDog currently has several Yorkshire bars, one recently opened in Huddersfield and it has two sites in Leeds, one in Sheffield and another in York. The brewery has also secured sites in both Headingley and Bradford as part of their Yorkshire expansion.