BrewDog, the fast-growing Scottish brewer and pub operator, has secured a licence for its 10th craft beer bar in Leeds. The licence for the site, located in the city centre, was granted last week and the company said it hopes to open “early 2013”. “BrewDog Leeds will be located near Call Lane and The Corn Exchange. The new bar will be at the corner elevation of White Cloth Hall, Crown Steet in the heart of The Calls, Leeds City Centre,” BrewDog said. “The period building has retained all its original character and has loads of killer features including exposed brickwork, columns and stunning beams and a mezzanine floor. BrewDog Leeds will have an glass cellar built underneath the staircase to the open plan mezzanine and will have all the reclaimed materials and library of international craft beers.” Currently seven BrewDog bars operate across the country. Sites in Birmingham and Bristol are also due to open later this year. In addition, the firm has entered a partnership deal to open its first bar oversees, in the Swedish capital Stockholm.