BrewDog Hotel might be the greatest place on Earth


I’ve stayed in a hotel or two in my day, but none compare to the BrewDog Hotel that’s being planned for Columbus, Ohio. Sure, it’s in the worst city on earth, but I can look beyond that minor problem.

The hotel is set to have hot tubs filled with beer, hop-infused facials, barley massages, shower beer fridges, toiletries made with beer, a minibar packed with craft beer, and beer on tap in your room. If that’s not heaven, then it doesn’t exist.

I’m not big on IndieGoGo/Kickstarter projects anymore, but they’ve already almost doubled their funding goal so you’re essentially just pre-booking your room and/or amenities in beer-lover’s paradise. Check out the campaign here.

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The BrewDog hotel is also going to be home to their new sour beer facility. For those unfamiliar, sour beers are a huge pain in the ass because the bacteria used to brew them can easily ruin a breweries non-sour beers. Cleaning becomes a nightmare. Picture having to fumigate your house every week instead of wiping down the counters. Having a separate sour facility will give BrewDog free rein to brew all sorts of crazy stuff without having to worry about dumping batches of Punk or Paradox due to contamination.

Let’s be clear though. I’m pumped for more sour beers, but that pales in comparison to the future adult McPlayPlace being built. It’s going to be tough for anywhere else to come close to the BrewDog Hotel.

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We just launched our new craft beer brewery in Columbus Ohio, and to make it the beeriest place on earth, we’re launching the world’s first craft beer hotel on site. We’ll be combining this with an all-new, state-of-the-art sour beer facility. Hop on board in the early stages by backing our campaign, and you’ll rack up awesome, money-can’t-buy perks, and will become one of the first people to fully immerse yourself in the world of craft beer at The DogHouse!

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Colin Joliat is the brains behind this rinky-dink operation. He covers the alcohol industry with two parts information, one part comedy, and one part WTF is wrong with this guy. He's written for Brobible, Guyism, Thrillist, CoolMaterial, Craft, and more.