BrewDog set to open Norwich bar at the end of March
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A spokesman from BrewDog said there was no official word yet on the exact opening date but the company wrote on Twitter that it would launch at the end of March.
The new bar will be in the grade II-listed premises on Queen Street, which were previously leased to the Hideout bar, and will serve the brand's usual keg beer alongside a bottle shop stocked with beers from around the world.
The company currently has 30 bars in the UK, and a further 14 overseas, in locations ranging from Hong Kong to Brussels. This launch will mark the first BrewDog bar in East Anglia, with the nearest venues being in London and Leicester.
Started in 2007 in Fraserburgh, Scotland, BrewDog opened its first bar in Aberdeen in 2010. By 2014 it employed more than 350 people, and is one of the UK's fastest growing food and drinks companies.
They are in the process of recruiting for the Norwich bar with current vacancies for bar staff and a kitchen manager.
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