Independent Scottish craft brewer and bar operator, BrewDog has opened its 94th bar, and its 50th UK site, in Cambridge.
The bar is situated on the bustling Bene’t Street, a short walk from the many Colleges that comprise the world-famous University.
The newest UK BrewDog Bar has a cutting-edge range of 25 draft beers pouring at any one time, an amazing addition to the beer scene in Cambridge. It also stocks a range of beers to take away, perfect for those who want to relax with a drink at the riverside nearby.
BrewDog Cambridge also features BrewDog OverWorks sour and wild range and spirits from the BrewDog Distilling Co.
Those needing to fuel up for a day’s study or exploration in Cambridge can do so thanks to the bar’s menu of legendary burgers, salads and buffalo wings, including firm favourites such as the loaded Jackpot burger and the vegan-friendly BBQ Hail Seitan burger.
Anyone looking for a weekend treat can try out BrewDog’s brunch with a twist. Brunch will be served on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am and includes menu items such as Fried Chicken & Waffles or Pickle-spiced Bloody Marys.
The launch of BrewDog Cambridge will see the company’s 94th bar arrive since it began brewing in 2007, and since the first bar opened in Aberdeen in 2010.
James Watt, Captain of BrewDog, said, “Cambridge is a city like few others and we can’t wait to open up there and give the people what they want – great beer, great food and a place to call their second home.
'The people of Cambridge have always lived surrounded by history and seats of learning, and we want nothing less than to add to that with our new bar – making it a centre for learning about and discovering new craft beers.
'We have wanted to open a BrewDog Bar in Cambridge for some time, and are proud that we can finally do so for the city. The fact that we are edging ever closer to 100 bars is unreal, given what we started with, and only nine years on from opening our first bar in Aberdeen.
'We have learned a lot along the way, which is fitting given that we are now arriving in a part of the world famous for studying, learning and working hard. And now; beer.”