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BrewDog This. Is. Lager.

Back to the basics. Maybe that´s the point behind new BD Headliner beer. Brew dog´s lager ultimately called This. Is. Lager. It goes well with a new brand design and I hope and firmly I believe that that could be the best lager ever. 7 more words


Brewdog, Post Office Vaults, The Wellington & Bacchus, Birmingham, 31/8/14

Today the Pandas woke up not knowing what to do, so they decided it was about time they had another pub crawl in Birmingham!  Hopping on the next train, they got to Birmingham just as the pubs were opening at lunch time, and headed straight for the city’s… 717 more words

The software that gave Brewdog the strength to grow its business

As Brewdog, the internationally successful craft beer company, goes multi-location, Aloha Restaurant Point of Sale software from NFS Technology Group has been chosen to run the company’s bars. 335 more words


Return to normality

Now everybody knows that as September rolls around the world returns to work weather that be school, college, university or actual work of some description. With this means that the consumption of alcohol decreases as we need to save up money again from the onslaught of dare I say it Christmas. 277 more words


Interview with BrewDog's James Watt

I and some other beer writers were recently invited to BrewDog’s Ellon plant, where we took a tour of the ever-growing new brewery and new onsite bar DogTap, and were treated to a wonderful beer and food dinner at Musa in Aberdeen.  2,328 more words


Tasting Notes: Nøgne ø: Mikkeller: Brewdog: Horizon Tokyo Black

Nøgne ø: Mikkeller: Brewdog: Horizon Tokyo Black (Norway: Imperial Stout: 16% ABV)

Visual: Black. Grey dust over it in the centre, and brown bubbles at the edges. 380 more words

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Bribe in a Bottle from Bold Scottish Brewers

For those of you not familiar with the craft brewing empire that is BrewDog, let me fill you in. The Scottish-based brewery is the brainchild of Martin Dickie and James Watt who in 2007 decided that the best way to tackle a UK market dominated by “industrially brewed lagers and stuffy ales” was to brew their own beers. 784 more words