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REVIEW: BrewDog Hello My Name Is Vladimir

BrewDog
Hello My Name Is Vladimir
8.2%
Aberdeen, Scotland


Back in February 2014 BrewDog produced this double IPA, named Hello My Name Is Vladimir in protest against Putin’s anti-gay laws and even sent him a crate of it. 250 more words

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Q&A with BrewDog Cardiff ahead of their launch

If you ask┬ámost people in Cardiff what the has been the capital’s biggest news this year, I’m positive that 98% will tell you that it’s the opening of BrewDog’s first Welsh bar (the remaining 2% may say it was Camilla Parker-Bowles paying us a visit a couple of weeks ago). 481 more words

News & Events

Change of design

Many noticed that modern producers of beverages are very onto the design fashion. Many newer manufacturers of wine, beer and lemonade flushes over designs here and designs there so modern so it will take football clubs like Real Madrid ten years to catch up with the fashionista drink retailers styles of today. 148 more words

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Tasting Notes: Brewdog: Blitz Redcurrant

Brewdog: Blitz Redcurrant (Scotland: Berliner Weisse: 2.1% ABV)

Visual: Clear gold. Half inch of white tight bubbled head that leaves suds. Moderate carbonation.

Nose: Ribena and earth. 406 more words

Beer Tasting Notes

Hops for Hounds

While reading the first issue of The Bark magazine that I’ve ever picked up, I stumbled across a small article with a huge impact. According to the magazine, by purchasing Weyerbacher’s Last Chance IPA, either on draft or in the bottle, 5% of the proceeds will be donated to regional animal rescues! 38 more words

WAAR

167-169 Brewdog's 5am Saint, Dead Pony Club and Hardcore IPA

So, to finish up the Brewdogs from Aberdeen. Once we got into the mid-afternoon, the cues around the bars were beyond ridiculous. It was taking a good 20 minutes to get served, so we decided to get three lots of three drinks at a time, and ended up with mostly what was left, which included 5am Saint, Dead Pony Club and Hardcore IPA. 217 more words

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Tasting Notes: Brewdog: Everyday Anarchy

Brewdog: Everyday Anarchy (Scotland: Belgian Strong Ale: 10.3% ABV)

Visual: Burnished red. Short lived off white dust of a head that quickly drops to islands over the liquid. 570 more words

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