Have you ever wanted to wake up in a brewery?

Now you can. Scottish brewery BrewDog's DogHouse hotel in Columbus, Ohio—the world's first crowdfunded craft beer hotel—is officially open to guests.


As one might expect, the 32-room hotel is loaded with beer-centric amenities such as in-room taps pouring fresh draft beer and fully-stocked mini fridges featuring a curated selection by co-founders James Watt and Martin Dickie.

Every room also features a rainfall shower and a shower fridge so guests can sip while they get clean.

Some of the rooms are dog-friendly while others boast wet bars and views of the BrewDog OverWorks sour beer facility. There are eight deluxe suites in all, including the BrewMaster Suite, which starts at $284 per night.

Other amenities include a work out facility with Rogue Fitness equipment, a marketplace for takeaway food and daily international continental breakfast that guests can pair with their favorite brew.

The lobby features its very own bartender, who will greet guests with a complimentary drink at check-in.

Guests can also look forward to beer pong and other games and activities in the spacious lobby.

There's even a 6,000-square-foot interactive beer museum. Not to mention guests will be able to tour BrewDog's state-of-the-art eco-brewery nearby.

"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," Watt said in a statement via Food & Wine.

Watt confirmed on Twitter Sunday that the hotel is already fully booked for the next 16 weekends so thirsty travelers will have to be patient.