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BrewDog Liverpool, Liverpool - pub details

Address: Manolis Yard, 8 Colquitt Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, L1 4DE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 45296) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liverpool Central (0.2 miles), Lime Street Liverpool (0.5 miles), James Street (0.7 miles)

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user reviews of BrewDog Liverpool, Liverpool

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We decided to pop by the BrewDog on a visit to Liverpool yesterday. Service was slow and tables had not been cleared from previous occupants. This was in spite of the bar being relatively quiet. Whether it gets busier in the evenings or not, I don't know, as all of my visits have been during the daytime. But it does feel like it is tucked off the beaten track. BrewDog beers on were Punk IPA, Lost Lager, Indie, 5am Saint, Jet Black Heart, Dead Pony Club, Raspberry Blitz, Dogtoberfest, Elvis Juice, Vagabond, Coconut Yuzu, Get Out Claus, Paradox Grain & Born To Live. Guests were Northern Monk Sour IPA & Saesoner, To Ol Santa's Secret, Wild Beer Beyond Modus V, Bearded Iris Ever Clever, Gipsy Hill Koshu & People Like Us, Connectictut Trail Blazer & Stargazer, Kirkstall Framboise & La Calavera Crossover. I went for the Santa's Secret. This was a brown ale with a coffee taste and fairly flavoursome at 8%. But at £5 for a half, it's not a session beer!
blue_scrumpy - 6 Jan 2019 12:01
Paid my second or third visit to BrewDog Liverpool yesterday. So I suppose I ought to give it a review. If you've been to one BrewDog, you've really been to them all, as they follow the same formula. Whilst this place seemed fairly busy when it first opened, it does appear to be much quieter now, with only a handful of punters in yesterday lunchtime. Beers are all keg here and with some fairly strong ones on offer, they're expensive, even for thirds. So it's not necessarily somewhere you'd stay for a session. BrewDog beers yesterday were Punk IPA, Dead Pony Club Live, 5AM Saint, Vagabond, Kingpin, Hmni Ingrid, Crew Brew, Doodlebug, Hop Fiction, Jack Hammer, Proto Helles, Nanny State, Proto Red, Ace of Citra & Ace of Chinook. From other breweries, there were Against The Grain Coq de la Marche, Tool Velvets Are Blue & Mr Pink, Beavertown Clausenii, Stone Mocha IPA, Americano Stout & Points Unknown, Weihenstephan 1516, Oskar Blues Dagga, Logsdon Farmhouse Straffe Drieling, Lindemans Framboise & Alphabet A To The K. The bar is quite nice inside with central bench seating, booths and other tables. There is an area with pinball machines in one corner near the toilets. It's located a little away from the main pub/bar action. So I doubt it attracts much passing grade. But it's still a good option if you like craft beers and are touring around the local pubs.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Aug 2016 10:34

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