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BrewDog Hong Kong ‘no-brainer’

Scottish beer-maker BrewDog has opened a bar in Hong Kong, promising a “mega soul-food menu” alongside a line-up of craft ales.
Founded in Aberdeen in 2007 by James Watt and Martin Dickie, BrewDog has more than 40 bars in the UK and overseas, and also exports to 55 countries. Its Hong Kong outpost is its second foray into Asia, following the launch of BrewDog Rappongi in Tokyo, set over two levels with 20 European and Japanese craft beers on tap, reports The Scotsman.
BrewDog Hong Kong will feature local artisan brewers Kowloon Bay Brewery, Moonzen and Young Master alongside its stalwart brews such as Punk IPA. The bar is on Hollywood Rd, opposite the Old Police Station in Central District. With local graffiti as its decor, the establishment has 14 lines of craft beer as well as food such as burgers and French dip sandwiches.
BrewDog Hong Kong

“Hong Kong is an incredibly multicultural, fast-paced assault on the senses,” says Watt. “We’re so psyched to continue reaching new corners of planet Earth with an unrelenting mix of bold brews. Our beers have had the seal of approval in Hong Kong for more than five years, so opening a bar here was an absolute no-brainer.”
With 20 pubs throughout the UK, BrewDog also has outlets in Barcelona, Helsinki and Sao Paulo.

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