BrewDog has officially opened its doors to its second bar within Leeds, ShuffleDog.

The new bar is situated on New York Road at Crispin Lofts.

The new venue gains the title ‘ShuffleDog’ due to the three imported 22ft shuffleboard tables placed in the basement of the bar.

Alongside the shuffleboard’s the bar is filled with pinball machines, board games and vintage arcade games, helping ‘get those thumbs ready.’

ShuffleDog is one of four new concepts being launched by BrewDog. Leeds is the first ShuffleDog bar to open.

As part of this, BrewDog are launching their campaign ‘Shuffleboard for the Olympics.’ They hope shuffleboard to be a recognised sport in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

ShuffleDog plan to host regular shuffleboard tournaments within the bar.

The bar has a selection of 35 draught taps which carry BrewDog’s own craft beer alongside several other UK breweries. They also have various international beers on draught.

Accompanying the selection of craft beer, BrewDog hope to offer a wide range of food from sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs and ribs. They will also be offering a breakfast menu.

BrewDog themselves are an alternative small business who are passionate about craft beer. They started brewing craft beer in 2007 and opened their first bar in Leeds in 2013.

Martin and James initially started BrewDog.

“Were bored of the industrially brewed lagers and stuffy ales that have dominated the UK beer market”, they said.

To find out more about ShuffleDog, you can visit BrewDog’s website.


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