Brewdog

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Camden

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  • Address:

    Brewdog 113 Bayham Street
    London
    NW1 0AG

  • Venue phone:

    020 7284 4626

  • Venue website:

    www.brewdog.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open noon-11.30pm Mon-Thur; noon-midnight Fri, Sat; noon-10.30pm Sun. Food served noon-8.40 Mon-Thur, Sun; noon-9.45 Fri, Sat

  • Transport:

    Camden Town tube or Camden Road rail

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    1. Brewdog
      • 113 Bayham Street
        London
        NW1 0AG
      • 020 7284 4626
      • www.brewdog.com
      • 51.538845,-0.140735

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PunkyFonzie

Clearly the best range of outstanding beers I have ever found in London. Yeah, there are the places you can get a whole bunch of ales and 7 selections of continental lager, but the vast array of tastes and flavours found here? Not in my experience. So, it's pricey, but it's London, so where isn't? Yeah, if you are in there at 5pm it'll fill up with 'media types' and seats are at a premium, but they disappear mostly by 8, and what if the seats aren't all that comfortable? You're not here to meet new pals, and doze off in a corner. You're here to drink your new favourite beer on tap. I'm going keep coming back.

Norman

I would like to bring something to everyones attention as a regular goer to BrewDog Camden. If you were to take time to speak to the staff (Catherine, it seems you were in on a particularly busy night and this may have been harder for you than others) you will see the bar is all about beer because it is a brew pub. HOWEVER, the selection of wines and spirits are all top quality, and the staff, although wanting to spread the word about great and unique flavoured craft beer, are always willing to offer what other drinks are available. I found this first hand when I had a friend who wasn't a beer fan and tried them but wanted something different. Aside to that as a regular craft beer bar roamer, going across London to visit different bars, I find the knowledge imparted by the staff is much higher and more in-depth than other bars I have visited.

Dave

This place is like Marmite- love it or hate it. For my tastes, it reeks of overpriced novelty. It seems if you criticize it, you get caricatured as a fusty old conservative. But there's a reason a lot of British pubs and the beer they serve is more 'traditional'- if it ain't broke, don't fix it. Punk? The old Camden punks wouldn't be able to afford to drink in here, nor would they want to hang out with the wealthy media types that largely patronize it. Beer is for drinking, it's not a style accessory.

catherine

This place obviously offers a huge array of beer which will please any beer lover, and I particularly liked the Punk Ale. However, I couldn't get rid of the impression of somewhere slightly fake, pretending to be something else than it actually is, hence not very authentic and closer to a 'theme' pub than somewhere truly original. The vaguely industrial raw wood and metal decor is reminiscent of a 90s bar chain. The staff were incredibly slow (only 2 behind the bar to serve an onslaught of customers, not paying attention to who had been waiting longest). One more point: I know this place specialises in beer, beer and more beer. But do you really have to rule out any customers who might enjoy the odd glass of wine for a change? Not one wine on offer...

Laura

What a great place! A fascinating array of beers and really helpful staff. Great mood, great food its got it all. We were well looked after with attentive staff happy to give advice about the huge selection on offer. I'll be back!

John

So basically doing nothing that isn't already being done by Euston Tap, The Rake, Craft Beer Co etc? But with less range and missing the massive variety of British microbreweries (many of them a lot better at making beer than brewdog, just not as gobby). All marketing and little substance!