Archive for April, 2015

Pubpaper 805 – Brewdogs’ Equity for Punks 4

Posted: 23rd April 2015 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

Brewdog get a lot of mentions in this column, in fact out of the 234 articles I have done for Pubpaper, 43 have mentioned the Scottish brewery, about 1 in every 6 and this week I’ll be increasing the hit rate for mentions even more! They made the news last week due to the announcement […]

Pubpaper 806 – UK vs US Craft Brewing Scene

Posted: 22nd April 2015 by santobugtio in Pub Paper, Writing

I’ve discussed over the last few weeks the Craft Beer sector of the market and several times I’ve mentioned that to see where the UK craft beer scene will go, it is good to look at a country about 10 years ahead of us when it comes to the craft scene, this country being the […]

Imagine this.  Your pub has been around for close to 100 years and is considered a classic example of the pub architecture of the time, complete with tiled exterior and signage.  Inside the historical layout, fixtures and fittings have been maintained from when it was built unlike most pubs of its era.  Your pub is […]

Brewdog are the biggest craft brewery in the UK at the moment from a commercial point of view.  In 8 years they have grown from a 2 man operation brewing 55 pallets of beer a year to a company owned by 15,000 shareholders, turning over nearly £30 million per year and employing 360 people.   Their […]

This week, a catch up on the world of beer.   Lets start with the good news that the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment (New Clause 2) Bill, otherwise known as the law which will allow large pub company tenants the right to move to a Market Rent Only (MRO) agreement, where they can buy beer […]