Posts Tagged ‘brew dog’

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Wetherspoons Beer Festival in Brighouse and sample a couple of the American Craft Brews I mentioned earlier in the month, and I am glad to report that they were both nice beers. The Mordue Red Rye Riwaka and Odell Ninety Schilling had a nice amount of hops […]

As you know I am normally a pale ale drinker, but recently have been getting into stouts to a greater degree.  You will know I have recommended the hoppier ales from Brewdog many times in this column, and I had the luck to spot a new stout from them in a local supermarket last weekend. […]

After 2 weeks in Majorca, Its good to back in the UK, at least in one sense, some variation in beer taste.  Although Mahou, Cruzcampo, Estrelle Damn and San Miguel are decent beers, after a week of exclusively drinking them, their taste does seem to merge into a generic “lager” flavour which stays with you […]

A few weeks ago I mentioned that BrewDog were taking a second stab at raising funds for expansion via their “Equity for Punks” share issue.  Last time round in 2009 they only achieved a third of what they required, however this issue is going a lot better and they have already raised £1m towards their […]

Background music is everywhere, from the supermarket, to shops and the local pub.  Every public premise which plays music has to pay a fee to PPL (Phonographic Performance Limited aka Pirates Pillaging Landlords) scheme which redistributes the payment to writers and performers.  The PPL are prosposing to increase fees substantially with extra fees for “special […]

As regular readers will know I am a huge fan of the beers produced by Brew Dog based near Aberdeen.  Their Punk IPA, 5am Saint and Hardcore IPA are all excellent beers, although you have to be a serious hop head to really enjoy the Hardcore at 9.2%.  Although the brewery is only 4 years […]