Scottish brewer BrewDog has revealed more details of the ‘Doghouse’ bar it will open in Indianapolis, which will be its first US site outside its Ohio brewing heartland. The 4,000 square foot bar is due to launch in the Forte Building in Fountain Square in September offering 24 taps, patio seating and an “upscale food menu”.
BrewDog is focusing US expansion efforts on cities where it received financial support from more than 500 people in its Equity for Punks USA fund-raise. Indianapolis is one of 14 US cities on the brewer’s “hit list” for new sites.
BrewDog USA chief executive Tanisha Robinson told the Indianapolis Business Journal, “BrewDog’s first US bar outside Ohio is coming to Indianapolis in fall 2019 and we can’t wait to open the doors.”
BrewDog operates two bars in Columbus, Ohio, as well as a 42-acre development that houses a beer museum, brewery, taproom and restaurant. The company operates 67 bars worldwide with at least 19 more set to open this year, including one in Cincinnati.