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A Beer-Themed Hotel With Taps In Every Room Is Set To Open In Manchester Next Year

By Laura Rogan

It’s set to open next year.

Following the success of not one, but two bars in Manchester city centre, Scottish-based brewery BrewDog has cast their eyes on a new site – and this time, they’re looking to open a beer-themed hotel. Submitting a planning application to transform a now-unused three-storey building on Fountain Street, BrewDog has officially shared what the hotel could look like should it go ahead, and it would be a brilliant addition to the city’s diverse hotel offering.

Aptly named the DogHouse, the new hotel will feature 25 bedrooms – all which will boast shower beer fridges (you know, cos we always get an urge for a beer while we’re cleansing…), Punk IPA on tap in every room, as well as a new rooftop bar complete with a fire pit and BBQ for Mancs to enjoy. There’ll also be a ground floor bar and restaurant.

Credit: BrewDog

Co-founder and CEO James Watt shared the news on his LinkedIn profile just yesterday, saying: “Coming in 2021 from BrewDog

“DogHouse Hotel Manchester!


“25 bedrooms
Shower Beer Fridges
Punk IPA on tap in every room
BrewDog bar and Terrace
Rooftop Bar

“Excited about this one! 🍻✌️”

The new hotel will follow in the footsteps of BrewDog’s first UK hotel, Kennels, which is based in Aberdeen (and is also dog-friendly, bonus!), and will sit under the Kennels hotel brand, which also operates a number of venues in the US.

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Tags: Beer