Time For A New Brew in Ealing

Popular craft ale company Brewdog is opening its doors in Dickens Yard


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Restrictions ease and outdoor facilities allowed to reopen (from Monday 12 April) and Ealing is welcoming the multinational brewery and pub chain, Brewdog.

Whilst other pubs and restaurants have shut up shop over the pandemic, the Scottish based company announced expansion plans and Ealing is among 19 other planned new bars including ones in Shanghai and Paris.

It's based in Dickens Yard at the large corner site previously occupied by Balans.

Brewdog was founded in 2007 by James Watt and Martin Dickie, and is known for its speciality craft ales made without chemicals or preservatives. In 2019 their Punk IPA was the best selling craft beer in the UK

The company say there will be 31 taps at the Ealing branch - providing something for every palate.

It will initially be open only for outdoor custom, for delivery and takeaway with full opening when restrictions are lifted for inside hospitality on 17 May.

Counting down to the launch on various social media channels, Brewdog say they will be serving burgers and wings from 12-10pm and hosting their first ever '' Vegan Monday'.'

Reservation for outdoor tables on opening day have largely been snapped up but there is some availability throughout the week. Find out more here.

Annemarie Flanagan

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10 April 2021





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