BREWDOG are set to open its brand-new bar with 30 draft beers as well as two guest taps from local breweries.

Independent Scottish craft brewer BrewDog will open at BH2 on Friday with a 50 per cent plant-based menu.

The bar will serve 30 taps of draft beer from BrewDog “headliners”, craft breweries from the south of England and further afield, alongside canned and bottled drinks.

Bournemouth Echo: Inside the BrewDog bar at BH2. Picture: Cintia Rezende

There will also be two guest taps to support the local breweries of Bournemouth all year round and weekly beer launches to ensure there is always something new to enjoy.

Customers can also enjoy 2-4-1 on vegan and veggie meals on Vegan Mondays, unlimited wings on Wing Wednesday and ‘Hoppy Meals’ for children.

James Brown, managing director of BrewDog, said: “Bournemouth has been on our wish list for a BrewDog bar for some time.

Bournemouth Echo: Inside the BrewDog bar at BH2. Picture: Cintia Rezende

“We can’t wait to bring our ethos of craft beer and sustainability to the city and become part of the already vibrant hospitality community.

“We’re just a few minutes from the beach and will be on hand for tourists and locals alike who want to enjoy a fresh craft beer by the coast. 

“We’re a proud living wage employer that shares 10 per cent of our profits with our team annually and work hard to invest back in our local team of 25, as well as engage with local suppliers and community projects in the area.”

BrewDog Bournemouth officially opens at 12pm on Friday, February 25. The first 100 people through the doors will be entered into a raffle to win a year of free BrewDog beer.