17.04.2014

#TweetTheBrewer!

#TweetTheBrewer!

As you probably know by now, shortening the distance between you, the people who drink our beers, and us, the people who make them, is one of the most important things for us. It enables us to give you a direct channel to our team and means we get feedback straight from you guys. It works pretty well for everyone involved and is something we're super proud of. Happy days!

On Thursday 24th April, we'll be taking this to the next level. Our Twitter feed will be taken over by our head brewer, Bowman, who will be online for 2 hours from 4-6pm to answer all your burning beery questions! Just like a real life meet the brewer format, you'll be able to speak to him about anything and eveyrthing.

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I am Stewart Bowman, Ask me Anything!

Bowman has been with us from the start. He helped us build our brew kit and has been heavily involved in all our beer recipe development. He is one of the best brewers in the country, and we are damn proud that he is one of our team!

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This will be your opporutnity to speak to him and ask him any questions about home brewing, BrewDog brewing methods, the craft beer scene, different beer styles, the future for our brewery, how to grow such a majestic beard, whether he uses beard oil, how many times he has to comb his beard daily...anything!

So on Thursday 24th April, hop on twitter between 4pm and 6pm and pose your questions to Bowman using the hashtag #TweetTheBrewer. (Don't just tweet @brewdog as he might not see them.)

Now get thinking of those questions!

Posted in - brewdog-news

Comments

  • John Coleman - Im saving Google hangouts for something else ;) Wanted this one to be a simple twitter AMA.

    H L - Perhaps! If this proves popular we could certainly consider it!
    BrewDogSarah17.04.2014
  • This is a great idea. However, you should run a Google Hangouts on Air on your Google+ page instead.

    https://www.google.com/+/learnmore/hangouts/onair.html

    This would be a great way to deliver this as the answers can be much more in depth rather than being limited to 140 characters. The hangouts on Air can also be recorded and automatially uploaded to your YouTube channel so that it can be watched by others who where unable to make the live session to due Time Zone restrictions.

    Cheers!
    johncolemanuk17.04.2014
  • This is a great idea. will you be doing it with more of the team like lab and ops?
    H L17.04.2014
  • This is ace - thanks BrewDog
    Greg the brewer17.04.2014
  • So many beard questions!
    Zingy17.04.2014

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