Early December, Independent Scottish craft brewer BrewDog is inviting fans of craft beer to dive into their now-legendary line-up at their newest UK bar in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.

One of the largest towns in the UK, Huddersfield is the birthplace of Rugby League and plays host to one of the world’s largest contemporary music festivals, aptly named The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival. The new BrewDog bar is located directly opposite the renowned Huddersfield University and sits in the heart of Huddersfield’s historic town centre, home to over 30,000 students.

Since their inception, BrewDog have remained at the forefront of the craft beer revolution, and, to celebrate arriving in Huddersfield, a draw is being held on the opening day and the first 100 customers through the door will have a chance to win one of several incredible prizes including one year of free beer!

BrewDog Huddersfield opened its doors on 3rd December, and is located at 29 Zetland Street, Huddersfield, - perfectly situated a few minutes’ walk from Huddersfield Central Station and right opposite the University.

The bar has 28 taps of the freshest craft beer from BrewDog and curated guest breweries from the UK and beyond, with a take-away service available for those needing beers to go. The bar will also serve Hawkes cider, spirits and wine, and coffee from ethical Shoreditch supplier Grind.

BrewDog Huddersfield also sees the 4th instalment of the hugely successful kitchen residency from BBQ legends Red’s True Barbecue. Hungry diners will be treated to a selection of smokey delights from Red’s, as well as BrewDog’s veggie and vegan classics.

Fans will also be able to enjoy Vegan Mondays; 2-for-1 vegan and vegetarian mains every Monday and BrewDog legendary Wings Wednesday; all you can eat spicy buffalo chicken or buffalo cauliflower wings for just £10.

For those looking to take a deeper dive into craft beer, BrewDog Huddersfield will be running ‘Beer School’ sessions; guided tastings led by Cicerone-trained staff, discovering the flavours and background to five beers over the course of 2-hours. Your guide will take you through the history of the beers, the method in which they are brewed and how to pair them with the food.