Indie brewery BrewDog has today announced it will open its fourth Scottish bar with the launch of BrewDog Dundee.
Located in the city's historic Chambers Building on Panmure Street, BrewDog Dundee brings the global BrewDog bar count to 18.
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BrewDog Dundee is the fifth bar to be opened by the brewery this year, following launches in Gothenburg, São Paulo, Tokyo and Sheffield, with further international expansion planned for the coming months
Guest craft beers at BrewDog will include Weihenstephan, Magic Rock Brewing, Clown Shoes, Mikkeller, Anchor, and Williams Brothers.
The bar will serve gourmet sandwiches, meat and cheese platters and BrewDog beer-infused cakes, baked by local award-winning bakery Jessie's Kitchen.
BrewDog co-founder James Watt commented: "Dundee is a hugely exciting city, rich with Scottish history and culture, and home to thousands of passionate beer drinkers. Craft beer fans in the city have been crying out for a BrewDog bar for years and we're thrilled to finally set up a BrewDog home there.
"Our bar division has been hugely important to our business growth, and our success both at home and internationally shows just how far the craft beer revolution has spread in recent years. With each new bar or Bottle shop we open, we're one step closer to making sure discerning drinkers never have to put up with mediocre beer again."