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Dukes Corner, Dundee - pub details

Previously called: The Doghouse

Address: 13 Brown Street, Dundee, Angus, DD1 5EG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8182) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Dundee (0.5 miles), Invergowrie (3.2 miles), Broughty Ferry (4.4 miles)

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user reviews of Dukes Corner, Dundee

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A vast and very typical example of the craft beer revolution, this is hard to fault and has presumably been a welcome addition to the Dundee scene in recent times. Some familiar names are present including Beavertown (Neck Oil was on tap). The challenge for the craft beer industry now will be to maintain the impression of interesting, independent pubs and ales which is being endangered by the new nationals such as Brewdog.
BoehmBawerk - 21 Jan 2018 09:53
***Renamed Dukes Corner***

I never knew this venue in it's previous guise as a music venue

Very large house / warehouse pub on the corner of a busy main road.

In the winter it looked closed but having entered it was very much open.

Large and open plan inside with very much a warehouse feel. High bench seats and tables, low bench seats and leather sofa style seats this is a very trendy place with a nice welcoming feel. Definitely a student hang out all be it a posh student.

A gob smacking 30 ales, ciders and lagers on tap, all of which are dispensed from behind the bar, leaving the bar itself open and clear.

10 beers from Williams Bros, and a couple from Brew Dog. The prices very from £3.30 to over £7.00 a pint but the barman has the foresight to tell you the price if you order an expensive pint before pulling it.

Strange place as I feel it's not really a pub but it's still a cracking place to visit.

lezford - 8 Aug 2013 13:23
Closed down again, apparently for good now.
MountainMan - 16 Aug 2009 21:40
One of the best venues in Dundee for local and national up and coming bands. Nice, relaxed atmosphere with a area outside to chill out with a drink during the summer.
s - 1 Jun 2004 04:59

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