Today at BrewDog
Here is a photo update of what has been happening today at BrewDog HQ!
Above - Mark and Dan from BrewDog Aberdeen are let loose on our pilot plant
Doing some filming for an upcoming BBC show.
Head Brewer Stewart Bowman helps with the pilot brew.
About to mash in like a mother fu**er (not literally)
The prototype of our new light signs arrives.
Franz checks some gravities.
We bottled some Punk IPA.
We ran out of space (again!)
The scan of our cool Financial Times article from the weekend came through
Someone from Finland made an awesome video about Hardcore IPA
We shipped loads of these Hardcore Threesomes on our online shop http://www.brewdog.com/product/hardcore-threesome
Martin took full advantage of Dogma being available again on our online shop for a limited time period. Buy yours here http://www.brewdog.com/product/dogma
However, not excited enough, desite this awesome diagram, to let James go in the mash tun with his scuba gear.
- You still see them around a fair bit, they were a bit flimsy but really, how hardwearing does a bottle for home use have to be. and obviously they were reusable too, that's the whole point. i think my dad's built up quite a collection over the years, i'll see if they accept them at the brewdog bar or if it has to be official ones. i have my suspicions... Richard Wilson14.04.2011
- Growlers are a popular thing with craft beer bars in America from what i've noticed from my travels there. You pay for the growler with the understanding that you are going to be a repeat customer who is going to come back again and again to fill the growler and then take it home. I wish that growlers became more popular here because i sometimes have to drive to find good beer but i don't like drinking and driving so growlers sound ideal! A couple of pubs near me do the real ale cartons which are good but they are quite flimsy and only have a small plastic clip on top to seal it. Tom14.04.2011
- Richard. The growlers are I think re-usable. Use it 100 times and it has cost you a tenth of the price of your olde timee real ale container, to take your execellent craft beer home. Ian Prise14.04.2011
- Love it!
Nice Belly Bloxham!Rachael Bloxham13.04.2011
- Richard: was this in the 1940s by any chance?
- I love Brewdog (and esp Brewdog Edinburgh), but i was on there the other day and noticed the the 'growlers' are on sale for £10. is this right? real ale places often did 4-pint containers you could use to take beer home in, they cost about a quid. I normally find Brewdog beers to be excellent value (I honestly think hardcore ipa is about the best value beer out there), but the price for growlers seems unbelievable. did i read it wrong? Richard Wilson13.04.2011
- Should get my hardcore triplepack tomorrow, hope it looks as good as the photo! Stuart Reekie13.04.2011