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Welcome to the (relatively) New BrewDog Gatwick Airport

BrewDog Gatwick Airport

Hot Wings & Cold Beer (what’s not to love?)

BrewDog Gatwick Airport Hot Wings and Cold Beer

As I approached BrewDog’s new outpost at Gatwick Airport’s North Terminal, my eyes were immediately drawn to a tantalizing sign at the entrance: “Hot Wings & Cold Beer.” This simple yet effective message perfectly encapsulates what BrewDog does best.

The promise of this classic combo lured me in, and I’m glad it did. The hot wings lived up to their billing – crispy, generously sauced, and with just the right amount of heat to wake up my taste buds without overwhelming them. The blue cheese dip on the side provided a cool counterpoint to the spice.

As for the cold beer, BrewDog’s selection didn’t disappoint. From their flagship Punk IPA to seasonal specialties, each brew was served at the perfect temperature to complement the wings and quench my thirst. The staff even let me sample a few and boy are there some extremes, thanks team for going the extra mile!

PS here is a tip I got from the team, go hang out side Krispy Kreme before closing (9pm) and you might get some freebies!

BrewDog Gatwick Airport Beers

BrewDog Gatwick Airport Beers

The BrewDog Gatwick Airport location offers an impressive array of craft beers to suit every palate. Their beer menu, prominently displayed on a large board, showcases the diversity and creativity that BrewDog is known for.

At the top, you’ll find the “Gatwick Favourite” – Flight Squad, a 5.0% ABV brew priced at £7.35. The Pale Ale & IPA section features popular choices like Punk IPA (5.2%), Hazy Jane (5.0%), and the stronger Elvis Juice (6.5%).

For those preferring lighter options, the Lager & Pilsner section offers Lost Lager (4.5%) and Cold Beer (3.4%). Amber and dark beer enthusiasts can enjoy Black Heart Stout (4.1%) or Shore Leave Amber Ale (4.3%).

The menu also caters to fruit beer lovers with Rodenbach Fruitage (3.8%) in the Sour & Fruit-based category. Cider drinkers aren’t left out, with Urban Orchard (4.5%) and Dead and Berried (4.0%) available.

BrewDog also features guest beers, including options from Vault City, adding even more variety to their selection.

Interestingly, they offer an alcohol-free version of their popular Punk IPA, called Punk AF, for those avoiding alcohol.

The board encourages patrons to “Try anything! Just ask for a taster,” reflecting BrewDog’s commitment to helping customers find their perfect brew.

Above the beer list, a scrolling LED sign reads “CAN WE EMIT WE TAKE,” likely part of a sustainability message, aligning with BrewDog’s eco-friendly initiatives.

This extensive selection ensures that whether you’re killing time before a flight or celebrating your arrival, BrewDog Gatwick has a beer to match your mood and preference.

BrewDog Gatwick Airport Menu

BrewDog Gatwick Airport Food Menu

During my visit to BrewDog Gatwick Airport, I decided to try their Hot Wings from the “World Famous Wings” section. I opted for the Buffalo sauce, which gave them a nice kick (but added more Frank’s Hot Sauce (see more on that below). To wash it down, I chose Elvis Juice from their beer menu. It’s a 6.5% ABV brew listed under the Pale Ale & IPA section.

I enjoyed the Elvis Juice for its grapefruit-infused IPA flavor profile, and I found it paired really well with the spiciness of the wings. The citrusy notes of the beer provided a refreshing contrast to the heat of the Buffalo sauce. It was a great combination that hit the spot before my flight.

The BrewDog Gatwick Airport menu offers a diverse range of options for travelers at various times of the day. Here’s an overview:

Breakfast (served until 11 AM): Options include a Full English breakfast, vegetarian breakfast, breakfast melts, and lighter options like avocado toast and smoothie bowls.
All-day dining (from 11 AM): Features a variety of melts, sides, and grazing options like nachos and loaded waffle fries.
Wings: Their “World Famous Wings” section offers both traditional buttermilk chicken wings and plant-based Tindle™ wings with a choice of Buffalo or Korean BBQ sauce.
Salads: Healthier options are available, including a plant-based feta and avocado salad and a cajun chicken salad.
Kids Menu: Includes breakfast options and main courses like chicken and waffle fries or mac ‘n’ cheese.
Desserts: Offers choices for both adults and kids, including chocolate brownie and ice cream with jelly.
The menu emphasizes inclusivity, with many vegetarian and plant-based options available. It also notes a zero-tolerance policy for abusive behavior and harassment, promoting a safe and inclusive environment.

Brewdog’s Arcade Made Beer

BrewDog Arcade Made in a Can

BrewDog, the innovative Scottish craft beer company, has once again pushed the boundaries of brewing with their latest creation: Arcade Made. This exciting new beer pays homage to the golden age of arcade gaming, blending nostalgia with cutting-edge brewing techniques.

Arcade Made is not just a beer; it’s a trip down memory lane, designed to evoke the sights, sounds, and excitement of classic arcade halls. With its vibrant packaging featuring pixelated graphics and bold colors reminiscent of vintage video games, this brew catches the eye before it even touches your lips.

Crafted with the same attention to detail that BrewDog applies to all their beers, Arcade Made promises a flavor profile that’s as engaging and multi-layered as the games that inspired it. Whether you’re a craft beer enthusiast, a gaming aficionado, or simply someone looking for a unique drinking experience, Arcade Made invites you to insert your coin and press start on a taste adventure.

Brewdog Marketing Genius!

James Watt, the CEO of BrewDog and his team, has once again demonstrated his marketing prowess with a simple yet irresistible sign that caught my attention at Gatwick Airport. The sign, boldly proclaiming “Hot Wings & Cold Beer” is a testament to Watt’s understanding of what travelers crave and his ability to distill BrewDog’s appeal into a concise, mouthwatering message.

This straightforward yet effective marketing tactic exemplifies Watt’s knack for cutting through the noise in a busy airport environment. It’s a prime example of how BrewDog, under Watt’s leadership, continues to connect with its audience through clever, no-nonsense communication.

The sign’s simplicity belies its effectiveness – it speaks directly to basic desires and promises immediate satisfaction, which is exactly what many weary travelers are seeking. By focusing on these two popular items, Watt and his team have created a powerful draw that’s hard to resist.

It’s this kind of smart, targeted marketing that has helped BrewDog grow from a small Scottish brewery to a global brand. Watt’s ability to understand his audience and craft messages that resonate with them is clearly evident in this simple yet brilliant piece of airport marketing.

As someone who was pulled in by this sign, I can attest to its effectiveness. It’s a reminder that sometimes, the most powerful marketing messages are the simplest ones – a lesson James Watt and BrewDog seem to have mastered.

The “Hot Wings & Cold Beer” sign isn’t just clever marketing; it’s a promise that BrewDog Gatwick delivers on. Whether you’re killing time before a flight or celebrating your arrival, this simple yet satisfying combination hits the spot. It’s a testament to BrewDog’s understanding of what travelers want: good food, great beer, and no fuss.

In a bustling airport environment, BrewDog has managed to create a space where you can enjoy a moment of indulgence before facing the chaos of travel. The “Hot Wings & Cold Beer” sign might draw you in, but the quality of what’s served will make you glad you stopped.

Frank’s RedHot Sauce Original

BrewDog Franks RedHot Sauce Original

BrewDog is turning up the heat at their Gatwick Airport location by offering the iconic Frank’s RedHot Original Cayenne Pepper Hot Sauce. This fiery addition to their menu is sure to spice up your pre-flight dining experience.

Frank’s RedHot is renowned for its perfect balance of flavor and heat, crafted from a premium blend of aged cayenne peppers. This versatile sauce is set to add a kick to various dishes on BrewDog’s menu, from wings to chicken sandwiches, and even as a zesty addition to their breakfast offerings.

True to Frank’s RedHot’s famous slogan, BrewDog encourages patrons to “put that $#!t on everything!” Whether you’re looking to liven up your eggs, add some zing to a burger, or create your own buffalo chicken dip, this sauce is the perfect companion to BrewDog’s craft beers and hearty pub fare.

By introducing Frank’s RedHot, BrewDog continues to demonstrate its commitment to bold flavors and exciting culinary experiences. So, before you take off, why not take your taste buds on a spicy adventure at BrewDog Gatwick Airport?

Entertainment and Productivity at BrewDog Gatwick

BrewDog Gatwick Airport Location & Contact Details

BrewDog Gatwick Airport offers unique spaces catering to diverse traveler needs. For those looking to unwind before their flight, the Game Zone provides a family-friendly environment equipped with the latest games, allowing passengers to enjoy their favorite brews while having fun.

On the flip side, for business travelers needing a quiet space for important calls, the Zoom Pods offer distraction-free environments perfect for last-minute meetings. Whether you’re seeking entertainment or productivity, BrewDog ensures your pre-flight experience is tailored to your needs, all while keeping you refreshed with their exceptional craft beers.

Address: London Gatwick Airport, North Terminal, Horley, Gatwick RH6 0JN, United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 1293 964861

Opening Hours

Day Opening Hours
Monday 4 am – 9 pm
Tuesday 4 am – 9 pm
Wednesday 4 am – 9 pm
Thursday 4 am – 9 pm
Friday 4 am – 9 pm
Saturday 4 am – 8 pm
Sunday 4 am – 9 pm
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