Brewdog opened the pub this week and co-founder James Watt posted a tour of the new venue.
Judging by the majority of comments on Twitter, though, it’s not gone down too well.
People took issue with the layout of the new pub, while others referenced the controversies surrounding the company – BrewDog previously apologised after former workers alleged there is a "culture of fear" at the beer firm, with "toxic attitudes" towards junior staff.
\u201c@alexmassie I love brewdog beer. I quite like brewdog pubs. I would not go in there if you paid me.\u201d
Some also disputed the claim in Watt’s post that it was Britain’s biggest pub.
Brewhemia in Edinburgh wrote: “Numbers a bit wonky there James - might be the biggest Brewdog but we’ve a capacity of 1852 and by any maths that’s bigger than yours! You could say we’re the big dog…”
\u201c@BrewDogJames @BrewdogWaterloo Numbers a bit wonky there James - might be the biggest Brewdog but we\u2019ve a capacity of 1852 and by any maths that\u2019s bigger than yours! You could say we\u2019re the big dog\u2026 @TraceyMcR\u201d