header image

Two friends from Newport, Wales and New York, USA share pictures of their passion for beer. Read more...

Tagged: brew dog

A glass of BrewDog Dog A, an imperial stout made with pure cacao, coffee and naga chilil.

The exterior of BrewDog, Bristol, the latest bar to be opened by the Scottish brewery.

A BrewDog employee spots me whilst taking a shot of the exterior of BrewDog Bristol.

The basic, industrial interior that’s become the theme of all BrewDog bars across the country.

The well stocked bar at BrewDog Bristol. 8 BrewDog beers are always available on top along with three guests and a cider. There is also a good selection of bottles from the UK, US, Europe and Japan.

One of the windows at Brew Dog Camden that's decorated with some of their popular beers. You can view more photos and read a review of the bar on Travels with Beer.

The exterior of Brew Dog's latest pub in Camden, London. You can expect to find around 10 Brew Dog beers permanently on tap as well as guests from around the world and an impressive bottle list. You can view more photos and read a review on Travels with Beer.

To celebrate the launch of the new Brew Dog pub in Aberdeen, here's a shot of some bottles of their latest beer - Bashah Reserve 2009 - a Collaborative brew between Stone Brewing Co. and BrewDog . The labels were drawn by Johanna Basford.

Judging by my collection, you could say I'm a fan of Brew Dog beers. I'm yet to try them all and the next beer I'll be trying will be the 32% Tactical Nuclear Penguin.

Judging by my collection, you could say I'm a fan of Brew Dog beers. I'm yet to try them all and the next beer I'll be trying will be the 32% Tactical Nuclear Penguin.

A selection of Brew Dog brewery beers including the very strong Tokyo*

A selection of Brew Dog brewery beers including the very strong Tokyo*