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Beer, Cider, & Sake

Brewdog plans five US bars and brewery

zin1953 | Jun 11, 201506:52 AM     11

"Brewdog is taking its craft beer mission stateside confirming plans to open five new bars and build its first US brewery.

"Set within 42 acres, the 100,000 square foot brewery will be built in Columbus, Ohio, and will see the rapidly expanding Scottish brewer to push further into the US market.

"Founded in 2007, BrewDog has grown at an extraordinary rate opening 27 bars worldwide since 2010. It now exports to 55 countries and employs 360 staff.

"In addition to the 100-barrel brew house, the 42-acre site will also house Brewdog’s US offices, a visitor centre, a craft beer restaurant and a taproom." (article continues)

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Brewdog plans five US bars and brewery

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