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Kritika #68 // BrewDog / Weihenstephan India Pale Weizen

Ha a világ legrégebbi főzdéje összeáll egy főzet erejéig az európai kézműves söripar zászlóshajójával, az már önmagában borítékolja a sikert. Sört már nem is kell főzni ehhez, elég csak a kooperáció ténye, egy príma koncepció (idézem lentebb), meg egy mutatós címke. 153 more words


The Distance: All of the people, all of the time

We are fortunate to now be able to drink a wide variety of fantastic beer from great UK breweries on a regular basis. With each great beer, I think a little higher of that brewery or the place it’s from, and the people who make it. 1,819 more words


Marketing from the Ground Up

In 2013, James Watt and Martin Dickie were ready to lauch their UK based craft brewing company, BrewDog into the stratosphere.  The only problem?  They had a marketing budget of next to nothing.  409 more words


A little place to discover...

Although this is not a post about beauty, fashion or really anything related, I just had to write a little something about a bar I have been visiting recently. 219 more words

Sacre Brew

I think the name Sacre Brew first appeared on my radar last November when they were let loose at Brewdog Birmingham for a tap takeover. At the time, knowing nothing about the brewery, it’s history or the beer, I hadn’t been intrigued enough to attend said takeover. 429 more words

Run rabbit run

Bunnies used to be a favourite on British plates until the decline after the 50s. Ask people now if they would try Peter Rabbit over chicken and you seem to mostly get screwed up faces, the same way people won’t eat venison. 428 more words

Brewdog comes to Leicester

After the good news for pizza lovers with last week’s opening of Peter and that’s enough in the old Welford Place, comes good news for beer drinkers. 67 more words