Though BrewDog, a UK beer hotel has all it takes to enjoy your stay, well planned though, but due to open next year. This Scottish opening is well fitted with a complete in room beer taps, built-in beer fridges in the shower, and views over the brewery. Having up to 26 rooms will have an expansion of the brewer’s Aberdeenshire HQ.
It is said to be the world’s first craft beer hotel that can be accorded assurance of its excellence. There are also UK’s first company to combine beds and bottles which BrewDog can not be compared to.
Apart from BrewDog, there are other 4 UK hotels to be reckon with, they are:
The Swan, Suffolk
This hotel in Southwold is refurbished, Suffolk, is an annex of the Adnams brewery, a place beer was made for over 600 years.
The restaurant adopted its name and furnishings and bar from the old still and tap rooms, also, its cocktail bar displays Adnams’ spirits. There are tours and tastings at the brewery and distillery next door. Doubles from £200, B&B.
The Boot Inn, Derbyshire
South Derbyshire has been making strong, hoppy India pale ales far back the 1800s, This practice is currently restored by such lively microbreweries as Boot Beer, whose HQ is a 17th-century inn on the edge of the Peak District. Book into one of the nine bedrooms and enjoy a beer-paired menu that made this AA’s English pub of the year 2016-17. Doubles from £120, room only.
The Watermill Inn, Cumbria
This hotel is near Lake Windermere, it has an inn of eight bedrooms, a restaurant and a prolific microbrewery. Known for its award-winning also has the Watermill’s canine-themed brews which consists of the pale gold Collie Wobbles and a stout called Dog’th Vader (ouch).
There are also doggie wall of fame where you can hang your hound’s picture. Pets are received also. Doubles from £81, B&B.
The Neuadd Arms, Powys
The most amazing thing about this inn and brewery is that they made its first beer. Found in deep Valley’s, Blaen Gwennol, for the village’s Mid Wales Beer Festival in 2004, and it was an excellent one that a brewery bloomed in the converted stables out back. Currently it makes seven ales, also have 20 guestrooms to present. Doubles from £77, B&B.