When they’re not freezing their beers to increase the alcohol or brewing their beer at the bottom of the North Sea, Scottish brewers BrewDog brew fairly traditionally. In their current newsletter, they take a look at their brewing process – partly because of the recent Great British Beer Festival brouhaha. We thought it was a… Read more →
BrewDog James has been in touch to let us know that there has been a bit of confusion in Australia about the Equity for Punks offer.
Radio Brews News meets James Watt, founder and CEO of Scottish brewery BrewDog and talk beer, marketing and dead animals.
Jenn Davidson reviews the launch of Barley’s Angels in Melbourne during Good Beer Week.
Scottish brewery BrewDog has reclaimed the record for the world’s strongest beer with a 41% abv IPA called Sink the Bismarck. BrewDog initially claimed the record last year when it unveiled a 32% beer called Tactical Nuclear Penguin late last year. The record was shortlived however with German brewer, Schorschbrau, recently reclaiming the mantle releasing… Read more →
Scottish brewery BrewDog is the enfant terrible of the British brewing scene, not to mention the darling of the current generation of plugged-in British beer writers. BrewDog is also the current master of generating publicity and hype using controversy and edginess. In just under three years their headline-getting exploits are already legion.
A German brewery has reclaimed the title of brewer of the World’s Strongest Beer, releasing a beer with a 40% alcohol content by volume. Schorsch Bock 40, made by German brewery Schorschbräu breaks the previous record set by Scotland’s BrewDog late last year with their beer, Tactical Nuclear Penguin. BrewDog claimed the title with a… Read more →