A new wave of equity crowdfunding campaigns from brewing industry businesses this year has prompted questions about the valuation and workings of a crowdfunded business.
This week on the podcast, the team discuss BrewDog’s new expansion plans and the disappointment over Colonials sponsorship loss.
Scottish-born brewery and hospitality business, BrewDog, has released a two year blue print for growth across Australia and New Zealand.
Having crept past its campaign minimum target, BrewDog Australia has extended its equity crowdfunding drive while raising the target and extending the offer to New Zealand.
This week on the podcast, we meet BrewDog’s new Australian general manager Ed Bott, a senior hire for the brewery who was previously GM of BrewDog Germany.
This week on the podcast, the team discuss BrewDog’s equity raise, lockdown drinking habits and corporate taxes.
Scottish craft beer business BrewDog has launched an Australian equity crowdfunding raise valuing the local business at $100 million.
BrewDog has teamed up with the Animal Welfare League Queensland to showcase dogs up for adoption on cans of their Punk IPA, which is being renamed Street Dog for the initiative.
BrewDog has announced it will ensure that all team members will now be carbon negative, just like the business itself.
This week on the podcast, the team ask; is it too early for beer advent calendars? And where will BrewDog pop up next?