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BrewDog unveils plans for museum and rooftop pool in Las Vegas

BrewDog co-founder James Watt has revealed plans to open a bar, rooftop pool, urban forest and beer museum.

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BrewDog is a multinational brewery and pub chain based in Ellon, Scotland. It was founded by James Watt and Martin Dickie in 2007.

Watt unveiled the plans for an attraction in Las Vegas on Twitter. He wrote: “Working on the plans for @BrewDog Las Vegas.

“You can expect a rooftop bar, swimming pool and urban forest, a 10 barrel brewing system and a beer museum,” added Watt.

“BrewDog Vegas is going to be epic! We have secured a brilliant rooftop location in the heart of the Strip,” he shared.

BrewDog location on Las Vegas Strip

“We are going to have an urban forest and rooftop garden, a brewery, a beer museum and maybe a special edition of Elvis Juice on tap!”

The craft brew company recently unveiled plans to “deliver beer in a way that is better for the planet” by opening drive-through attractions in the UK, Germany, Australia and Ohio.

The four drive-through sites will be sustainable beer collection points, as well as hubs for electric vehicle deliveries and closed loop. BrewDog will use zero waste packaging, including growlers, mini-keys and returnable bottles.

Watt also revealed that there will be an urban forest, rooftop garden, and hotel at the new location in Manchester, BrewDog DogHouse Hotel.

Elvis Juice on tap in Las Vegas

Scotland’s leading distiller Diageo previously announced the opening of a multi-million-pound distillery and garden visitor attraction at Glenkinchie near Edinburgh.

In addition, the Johnnie Walker Princes Street flagship attraction is scheduled to open in Edinburgh in summer 2021.

Elsewhere, pub chain JD Wetherspoon has received planning permission for its new museum and hotel at The Moon Under Water in Wolverhampton.

The Guinness Storehouse also launched the Guinness Brewery Tour, offering guests the ultimate Guinness experience with beer and food tasting.

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A journalist specialising in entertainment and attractions, Bea loves theme parks (mainly Disney) and is particularly interested in things of a gothic, horror or fantasy nature.

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