Scottish brewery and pub chain Brewdog has announced plans for its first airport venue, to be housed within the terminal extension project at Edinburgh airport.
The outlet will open this summer, and will offer a range of beers from its brewery, as well as food, and other beers handpicked from craft breweries around the world.
The airport said the Brewdog venue was “the first of many establishments expected to open this year at Scotland’s busiest airport, widening choice and variety for the 13.4 million passengers who travel through the terminal every year”.
In a blog on its website the craft brewer said that more Brewdog bars were “pencilled into the plans for the future”, commenting that “We love the fact that many US regional airports have small-scale brewery taps from local breweries for those who are passing through and love craft beer”.
Meanwhile Brewdog has also announced plans for what it is calling “the world’s first craft beer hotel” – a 26-room property housed within an extension of its brewery in Aberdeenshire.
Scheduled to open in the first half of 2019, the DogHouse will feature rooms overlooking the brewery, offering in-room beer taps, and beer fridges built into showers.