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  • Address:

    Brewdog Bethnal Green Road
    London
    E1 6LA

  • Venue phone:

    020 77298476

  • Map

    1. Brewdog
      • Bethnal Green Road
        London
        E1 6LA
      • 020 77298476
      • 51.523834,-0.074238

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Derek D

This venue used to be an oasis away from the mainstream Shoreditch bars with good beers, good music, a relaxed atmosphere and friendly bar staff. On a recent visit, I was horrified at how far things have fallen. On entering the basement bar, I was queuing for a drink when an argument broke out between a tall, bearded barman and a girl. He got the order wrong and then started shouting at her rather than rectifying his mistake. While Angry Beard was slagging off the punters, two slow, preening barmen painstakingly constructed cocktails seemingly oblivious to the burgeoning queue.Over the next 25 minutes, several prompts for service from several thirsty customers fell on deaf ears. The atmosphere was toxic as the superiorist staff revelled in winding up the public by ignoring them. A flat pint of punk finally arrived on the half hour mark.After this repeated itself on a second bar visit, it dawned on me that this is now the way it is. Unhelpful, narcissistic bar staff with nothing but loathing for their customers. The BrewDog Shoreditch has become what it set out to fight against. It has become a soulless cavern of contempt.

suby

maybe the doorman had been to italy and been subjected to racism himself

Pietro

Hello guys! Friday 9/8 me and two friends of mine, we were going to the brewdog to drink a good pint around 11pm after a fantastic dinner but the bodyguard he did not allow us inside and when why asked "why", his fantastic answer it was " because you are Italians and you are not allowed". Obviously it was a defiance, but no reason why because we weren't drunk and anyway a racist behavior it shouldn't be allowed in London in 2013.. We are completely disappointed.

Kuba

This bar is second to none. If you like beer, it's the place to go. Downstairs atmosphere's really cool- dimmed lights, comfy sofa- I just love it.

Jay

Beers are excellent, but the pseudo-alternative branding is so cringey it makes me double over. You'd think a fourteen year old boy had done their marketing. Also suffers from inevitable Brick Lane run-off.

FailWhalePaleAle

Used to love this place when it was M&T and as much I love hops and what brewdog does with them, this pub has a far inferior selection than before and the new layout is uncomfortable.