Millennium Bridge



16 Dean Street, on the bank leading to the main part of the Quayside.

Metro - Monument
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Sunday - Thursday 12pm to 12am, Friday - Saturday 12pm to 1am.
Telephone: 0191 2616586.
Facebook: Brewdog-Bar-Newcastle

Beers: Brewdog beers currently on tap:
LIVE 5AM Saint 5.0%
Nanny State 0.5%
Dead Pony Club 3.8%
Vagabond Pale Ale - Gluten Free 4.5%
Baby Dogma 4.5%
Small Batch Pale Ale 4.5%
Small Batch KellerBier 4.5%
Small Batch Loral Lager 4.7%
Kingpin Lager 4.7%
Jet Black Heart 4.7%
5AM Saint 5%
Small Batch 80 Shilling 5.2%
Hop Fiction - 5.2%
Punk IPA 5.4%
Elvis Juice 6.5%
Jack Hammer 7.2%
Semi Skimmed Occultist 8%
Small Batch Double IPA 8.9%
Paradox Rye 15%

Weinstephaner - Hefeweisse 5.4%
Beavertown - Gamma Ray 5.4%
Almasty - Chocolate & Vanilla Stout 6%
Stone - IPA 6.9%
Kinnegar - Bucket & Spade 4%
Kinnegar - White Rabbit 4.5%
Kirkstall - Framboise 3.6%
Boundary Brewing - Export Stout 7%
White Hag - Bran & Sceolan 7.2%
Mikkeller - Ich Bin Berliner Weisse - 3.8%

Devon Red Cider - 4.5%

Draught beers advertised on chalkboard behind the bar. Guest draughts also on offer.

Meals:   Menu
Food served with a choice of Stonebaked pizzas for £8.00.

Special Deals: 2 for 1 offer on pizzas Monday - Thursday from 12pm - 4pm.

Live Sports: Not shown here

Music: Live music on selected nights

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Scottish craft beer bar from Brewdog. The bar which was formerly known as Au Bar and more recently Hoko-10 has been converted into this new craft bar and now serves a range of excellent beers all from the Brewdog range. There are 2 bars to choose from with the main bar to the right of the main entrance and the second bar on the mezzanine level.

The main bar area downstairs is bright and airy with large glass windows to the front with low drop down lights over the bar. There is plenty of seating with comfortable leather settees, table and chairs or high seating. There is further seating in the Mezzanine level upstairs. Regular music on play at most times. Pinball machine located in the main bar.

The bar is an excellent new addition to the Newcastle scene with it's fine range of beers and will be popular with the Quayside crowd, beer connoisseurs and people stopping off on there way to the Quayside. It gets very busy on the weekend.

Disabled access to main bar very good with a disabled toilet on the lower level. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Moderate.