BrewDog breaks new ground in Ohio.

Lets start with who they are. BrewDog was started in 2007 by two guys in Ireland who got tired of their static selection of brew and started making their own.

In the short decade they’ve been open, they have become a world-wide name in the beer industry. You may have seen something floating around on the internet about a beer stuffed inside a taxidermy-squirrel aptly named The End of History.

It’s crazy strong at 55% ABV and the price is equally hardcore at about $650 to $900 depending where you buy it from. It sold out instantly at release and there were only 12 made, so it’s a seller’s market.

So, what about Ohio?

A few weeks ago, BrewDog opened their first location in our hemisphere in Canal Winchester in southern Ohio. They’ve been busy since then and have rolled out a new plan for a new location with, get this: a beer-centered hotel! Hop-infused face-masks and a hot tub full of their Punk IPA!

It’s important to mention it’s crowdfunded though. They surpassed their $75,000 goal. It’ll be interesting to see what comes of it.

The concept images look awesome, too. Give it a gander when you get a chance.

-Cheers, Nick

 

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Author: NicksPhunkyIdeas

Writer, vlogger, and beer geek. I love video games and making silly YouTube clips. You can find me posting reviews, lurking in beer forums, or trying to brew different recipes with varying degrees of success. I'm a journalist first and foremost. Regardless of what I think, Ill share brew news and stories and try and let the general public know the facts! If you like what I say, let me know! If not, go ahead and tell me anyway! Everything can be considered constructive feedback!

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