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Hay Hill are retained by Brewdog to market 3 London sites in Dalston, Farringdon & Old Street.

Hay Hill Leisure have been featured in Propel Hospitality "Six BrewDog sites set for closure revealed: The six BrewDog sites set for closure have been revealed – including three in London and two in Scotland. Propel reported yesterday that the Scottish brewer and retailer will be closing six of its UK venues following escalating energy costs. The sites which will close include: 33-35 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston; The Bower, 211 Old Street, Shoreditch; 55 Charterhouse Street, Farringdon; Hop & Anchor, Aberdeen; and 59-61 Marischal Street, Peterhead. Propel understands that the sixth site is a taproom attached to one BrewDog’s warehouses. The five bars will be actively marketed for sale by Hay Hill property services, but not the taproom. Upon announcing the closures yesterday, BrewDog founder James Watt lambasted the “zombie government” for a lack of support for the industry over rocketing costs. He said: “Industry experts estimate that up to a staggering 70% of the UK’s bars, pubs and restaurants could be forced to close due to soaring energy prices and huge cost price increases and unfortunately, we are not exempt from these headwinds. Last night we confirmed we were to close six bars around the UK, and it is heart-breaking to lose these locations, but I pray this is not a sign of things to come. Reality in the hospitality space is starting to bite and bite hard, and the government needs to get a grip, now. If nothing happens the UK looks set to lose half of its pubs and bars and all the millions of jobs these locations provide, as well as the vital role they play in local communities.”


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