Craft beer company Brewdog has opened the doors to its new hotel in Manchester and teased the launch of its next site in Edinburgh.
The Scottish brewery and pub chain has opened Doghouse Manchester, its first hotel in England, on Fountain Street close to the city’s Northern Quarter, complete with a rooftop garden and shower beer fridges.
James Watt, Brewdog CEO said its next site in Edinburgh is under construction and ‘should be open in December’.
The new 18-bedroom property in Manchester has been dubbed a ‘carbon negative hotel’, with a living wall of 26,000 plants, free Brompton bike hire and ‘the reward of free beer for reusing your room towels’.
At the bar there are 30 taps of craft beers, while guests get free beer on arrival, complimentary passes to a local gym and rooms featuring beer taps, Brewdog-stocked mini bars, music systems, a guitar and record player, featuring a vinyl selection celebrating local Manchester artists.
Brewdog opened its first Doghouse hotel in Columbus, Ohio in 2018. The brand also has a smaller Brewdog Kennels property above one of its bars in Aberdeen.