Independent Scottish brewer, BrewDog, is continuing its global expansion with the launch of its first bar in Seoul, South Korea. The new bar is located in the Itaewon region of the city, famed for its cosmopolitan nightlife and world-class bars and restaurants.
This will also be BrewDog’s second BrewPub site, after the brewery launched its first in London’s Tower Hill in May.
The new BrewDog outpost Itaewon will contain a 10-hectolitre brew kit, making it the first site outside of the UK and USA to be officially brewing BrewDog beers.
The bar will boast 25 draft lines, pouring BrewDog favourites and a selection of guest brews from local breweries. Also, the beers brewed on site will be available to buy, as well as a wide range of canned and bottled beers from around the world for craft beer fans to enjoy in the bar or take away.
Foodies can savour a menu of local dishes, as well as the classic BrewDog menu of pizzas, burgers and wings.
The bar even includes an extensive seating area where craft beer fans can sample their favourite brew, whilst taking in the sights and sounds of Seoul.
BrewDog’s remarkable growth has seen the brewer export to over 60 countries globally in the last 10 years. Its international growth has been propelled by its record-breaking crowdfunding initiative, Equity for Punks, which has seen the brewery raise over £60m since 2009.