10.02.2014

Google Translate meets Hello My Name is Vladimir

Google Translate meets Hello My Name is Vladimir

You can pick up a bottle of Hello My Name is Vladimir here!

It's a requirement at Brew HQ that all staff members understand conversational Russian. This has been particularly handy over the past few days when receiving calls about a certain beer we released last week; to mark the Winter Olympics, we launched Hello My Name is Vladimir, a double IPA brewed with Limonnik berries.

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This beer was picked up by a number of Russian press outlets, and we wanted to see what they had to say about it. So we turned to our old friend Google Translate to find out what they thought, and some of the quotes are quite outstanding, so we thought we'd share them with you here...

1. Brewery BrewDog, located in Scotland, began selling new beer designed for "not gay", titled "Hello. My name is Vladimir", on which label painted several portraits Russian President Vladimir Putin, imitating style of the King of Pop, artist Andy Warhol.

So Warhol is the equivalent of Elvis in Russia? Who knew!

2. Hello My Name is Vladimir combines elegant malt sweetness, against which felt an explosion of liberal daring drunken States.

While we don't condone excessive drinking, these liberal States sound like the most fun regions under Obama's jurisdiction.

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3. Scottish "hooligans from brewing" is not first time entering the market with unusual offer for lovers of the beer.  She has also varieties of "Tactical Nuclear Penguin" (32%) and "dead metaphor" (6.4 %).

Firstly, breweries do not have genders, but we're flattered. Secondly, it's nice of them to pick out another beer we launched just last week as opposed to another high ABV beer alongside Tactical Nuclear Penguin.

4. Easy to guess so Scottish brewers supported worldwide campaign of protest against discrimination the sexual minorities in Russia.

So Scottish. Much protest. Very beer. Wow. BrewDoge.

5. Although a first box with his "brutal" drink they did not sell - sent to the Kremlin new the beer could taste its inspiration.

I like the idea that the beer is tasting its inspiration inside Vladimir's mouth. I wonder how those little bubbles feel in his big warm, wet man mouth.

Anyone found any other gems? Drop 'em in the comments.

You can pick up a bottle of Hello My Name is Vladimir here!

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Comments

  • Honourable KGB take great interest in Scotish beer. We make visit sometime.
    sssshhh it's Guy & Kim here12.02.2014
  • Just had a case delivered and posted it on FB. Cant wait til 1st bottle is chilled!
    gav30scot12.02.2014
  • No update on the Liverpool pub in back colquit street ?
    ste12.02.2014
  • Next one should be named Hi, my name is (what?), my name is (who?), my name is Slim Shady... :)
    BierBaron11.02.2014
  • Aamulehti:

    ...beer is for a topless ride and take the knife -carrying uber- heterosexual men.
    Oskari10.02.2014
  • Savonlinnan Sanomat in Finland, Google translated:

    Brewing Putin sent a crate of beer gay protest
    Oskari10.02.2014
  • Craft beerdog
    Wolverine10.02.2014
  • It would be interesting to find out what John Allens take on this whole thing is.
    WWJAD10.02.2014
  • Tried the beer last week at Birmingham BrewDog, tasty drop!
    beerforbrum10.02.2014
  • BREWDOGE. Hahaha
    Zena 10.02.2014
  • Hahaha gotta love Google translate
    Dean T10.02.2014

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