1397 Argyle Street | Glasgow G3 8AN
BrewDog’s the type of place you’ll want to like, but there may well be a bit of conflict. The Argyle Street bar has taken a McDonald’s style approach to its branding – the logos, slogans, t-shirts and other relia are inescapable, and on every table is a small encyclopaedia of praise-laden info on the company. It's a pretty self-conscious affair. Luckily, though, you’re not going to have to care about any of that.
BrewDog’s selection of craft-beers is stunning, with various selections from across the range available. It’s exactly the type of bar you’ll want to work your way through, with each of the daring, natural creations baring its own characteristics and qualities. Guest ales also feature heavily alongside the company’s own brews, and the board games are a welcome distraction from the reams of leaflets offering you the opportunity to buy shares in the company. Beer for punks it ain’t, but delicious all the same.
Don't take our word for it though. Every year the Skinny holds a food and drink survey where we pick the brains of the great Scottish public, asking you to vote for your favourite food and drink spots in the region.
The Skinny's readers voted Brewdog as one of their favourite local beers in our annual food and drink survey for the last three out of four years. Check out the full list of winners from 2017 if you want to get the lowdown on all the best pubs, restaurants, cafes and food shops in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee.