Taking up a sizeable plot on Grand Canal Dock, Ireland's first ever BrewDog may have been a long time coming, but we can promise it's been worth the wait.
More than just the first BrewDog to cross the Irish Sea, it's also the 100th member of the BrewDog family, and the Scottish bar brand have made sure it's one of the most impressive to date. Part of the Capital Dock redevelopment, the venue is, to be quite frank, absolutely massive. Fronting two bars, shuffleboard tables, a large external patio, a heated roof garden and an on-site brewery, it's set to be one of the go-to destinations for beer lovers looking to soak up the sun and some summertime pints.
Alongside a 30-strong tap selection of their own beers and a rotating number of guest brews, they'll have an excellent menu of eats for you to get stuck into. Pizzas, burgers, loaded fries and plenty of vegan and veggie alternatives will make up the majority of their all-day offering, while weekends see them throwing down the brunches, complete with pickle spiced bloody marys.
Dogs, as always, will be as welcome as humans, if not more so.