BREWDOG are opening beer-themed hotels in Edinburgh and London this year – with beer fridges in the shower.

Hoping to open after summer, the beer company has already launched a number of hotels around the world.

They have two kinds of hotels – the DogHouse, a hotel chain which is in Columbus in the US as well as one opening in Manchester this summer, and The Kennels, a smaller mini-hotel above their bars, with one in Aberdeen.

Co-founder James Watt wrote on social media: "Announcing the BrewDog DogHouse Edinburgh. An amazing beer hotel & bar in the heart of Scotland's capital.

"Expect beer on tap in all the rooms, mini-bars filled with the best beers in the planet & fridges in the shower for shower beers. Opens Q3 2021."

The new Edinburgh hotel will be a DogHouse hotel, with the boutique hotel located on Market Street in the city's Old Town.

Each of the rooms will have beer taps, as well as a beer fridge in the shower, although more is to be revealed about the rooms.

They also announced that a London hotel is being planned, although little is know about it yet.





However, images of their other hotels show guests what they can expect from their room when they open.

All of their hotels are dog-friendly too with dog snacks and treats for them, as well as a dog bed.

The Manchester Doghouse, opening later this year, will have 18 hotel rooms as well as a rooftop bar with an "urban forest".

Other quirky perks include in-room game consoles, guitars and vinyl players, and even a free Brompton bike hire.

The Ohio DogHouse even has craft-beer soaps, as well as a 6,000sqft beer museum on-site.

In January, Brewdog gave away free beer with four packs of Lost Lager delivered on offer.

They were also praised for producing free hand sanitiser during the peak of the pandemic.

W've rounded up the best boozy UK staycations you can book this year, including hotels located on vineyards or next to gin distilleries.

Head to Portugal and you can stay in a huge wine barrel surrounded by a vineyard.

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