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BrewDog Cambridge opens its doors




BrewDog Cambridge has opened its doors to customers for the first time.

BrewDog Cambridge opens in 15 Bene't St, Cambridge, Elen Gibbons manager with some of the beers on sale . Picture: Keith Heppell. (16001170)
BrewDog Cambridge opens in 15 Bene't St, Cambridge, Elen Gibbons manager with some of the beers on sale . Picture: Keith Heppell. (16001170)

The Scottish independent brewery’s new bar in Bene’t Street opened on Friday (August 30).

BrewDog Cambridge features an amazing range on tap alongside canned and bottled beers to drink in or takeaway, as well as spirits from the BrewDog Distilling Co.

Those needing to fuel up for a day can do so thanks to the bar’s menu of legendary burgers, salads and buffalo wings, including favourites such as the loaded Jackpot burger and the vegan-friendly BBQ Hail Seitan burger.

And on weekends, there’s BrewDog’s brunch.

James Watt, captain of BrewDog, said: “The people of Cambridge have always lived surrounded by history and seats of learning, and we want nothing more 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.”




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