Facilities housing breweries are no surprise. Take for example Brew Bistro and Sierra Lounge, just to mention a few, they offer fantastic craft beers. Well, one hotel in Ohio, DogHouse, has decided to follow suit as they recently opened their craft beer-themed hotel.
Recognised as the world’s first hotel inside a brewery, BrewDog Brewery – a Scottish-based beer brand – have been working together with DogHouse for over a year to offer the public a stay like no other. The hotel, which opened its doors to the public on August 27th, now welcomes guests for a long weekend of relaxation and bottomless craft beer.
The hotel boasts 32 guest rooms including eight suites, many of which overlook the brewing facility and workers below, and all of which feature a whole slew of beer-centric amenities and features. For example, all rooms come equipped with beer taps and stocked beer fridges in the rooms and shower since there’s nothing quite like cracking open a cold one while you wash off.
In addition, guests are greeted by a lobby bartender on arrival, who hands over a complimentary beer during check-in. Other on-site amenities include large common areas and a front patio to relax, beer pong tables, a media room, fitness centre, and a dog park, which is easily accessible from its four dog-friendly guest rooms. Even the personal products are beer-themed and include a line of hop-infused soaps.
“From welcome pints of Punk IPA and malt massages to brewery views and shower beers, this will be the world’s first and only fully-immersive craft beer experience from check in to check out,” co-founder James Watt said in a press release. “The DogHouse is our gift to the passionate and dedicated army of beer fans that have supported us every step of the way. We are nothing without our community and this hotel celebrates that,” he adds
Furthermore, BrewDog has set-up a beer museum at the brewery where visitors will be able to dive into the history of the craft beer and experience a hands-on, what goes into creating it.
To hotels based in Kenya, you might want to borrow a concept or two from DogHouse, you’ll definitely have beer lovers flocking your bookings in no time.