BREWDOG will open beer-themed hotels in Edinburgh and London this year – with a beer fridge in the shower.
Hoping to open after the summer, the brewery has opened a number of hotels around the world.
They have two types of hotels – DogHouse, a hotel chain in Columbus, USA as well as one that opens in Manchester this summer, and The Kennels, a smaller hotel above their bar, with one in Aberdeen.
Co-founder James Watt wrote on social media: “Announce BrewDog DogHouse Edinburgh. A great hotel & pub in the heart of Scotland.
“Expect beer at tap in all rooms, mini bar filled with the best beers on the planet and bathroom fridge for shower beers. Open 3rd quarter 2021.”
The new Edinburgh will be the DogHouse Hotel, with a boutique hotel located on Market Street in the city’s Old Town.
Each room will have a beer fountain, as well as a beer fridge in the bathroom, although more will be revealed about the rooms.
They also announced that a London hotel is being planned, although very little is known about it.
Still, photos of their other hotels show guests what they can expect from their rooms as they open their doors.
All of their hotels are dog-friendly, too, with dog snacks and snacks, as well as dog beds.
The Manchester Doghouse, which opens later this year, will feature 18 hotel rooms as well as a rooftop bar with an “urban jungle”.
Other quirky perks include in-room game consoles, guitar and vinyl player, and even free Brompton bike rental.
Ohio DogHouse even has handmade beer soap, as well as an on-site 6,000 square meter beer museum.
In January, Brewdog offers free beer with four Lost Lager packages delivered on request.
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They are also praised for produces hand-free sanitiser during the peak of the pandemic.
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