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.
Co-founder and CEO James Watt shared the news on his LinkedIn profile just yesterday, saying: “Coming in 2021 from BrewDog
“DogHouse Hotel Manchester!
Shower Beer Fridges
Punk IPA on tap in every room
BrewDog bar and Terrace
“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.