THE final touches have been made as the new BrewDog bar in the town centre prepares to open its doors.

BrewDog officially opens its doors at 12pm on Friday with 30 taps of craft beer ready for its customers.

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General manager Sam Westmancott said: “I’m really, really excited to bring BrewDog to Bournemouth, it’s a really cool location in close proximity to the Gardens and the beach.

“We are really looking forward to supporting the local bar scene and we don’t just push our own beers we push all the local stuff.

“We’re really excited to get started in Bournemouth and it will be great to have a little craft community around the town centre.

“Customers will get an excellent visit every time they come. If they want to learn about craft beer, we’re here to teach them about craft beer. We want people to share this really wonderful craft beer journey.”

Mr Westmancott said the bar has created around 30 new jobs and said the company really looked after its team.

He added: “We want to expand our presence to as many towns and cities as possible. We want to make everyone everywhere as passionate about craft beer as we are.

“We do a really good food menu. At least 50 per cent is vegan or veggie. There’s a really nice Wednesday, all our food is fresh ingredients. We do monthly specials inspired by people that work for BrewDog.

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“We do Wings Wednesday which is an unlimited wings offer which I think will be very popular. It’s a really nice food menu and I think it’s a good addition to the BH2 complex as well.

“We want this venue to be as inclusive as possible. We want everyone to have a great experience here with us.

“We want it to be a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere. It’s important to me that it is a nice place to come and I want the people of Bournemouth to feel that.”

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Speaking of his favourite beers, Mr Westmancott said: “I’d recommend the Punk IPA because it was the one that started BrewDog off, it was the first beer BrewDog ever brewed, its’s our top headliner.

“Some people might have tried it but a lot of people haven’t so that is the one that started BrewDog and it’s a good place for people to start with when they come in.”

The first 100 customers will be entered into a raffle for a chanced to win a year’s supply of BrewDog beer.