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Martin and I (James) started home-brewing back in 2005. We could not find any beers we wanted to drink in the UK, so decided the best thing to do was to brew our own. Armed with some very old Cascade hops and a desire to recreate Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, our brewing adventure started.

In 2007, we got a bank loan, bought some second hand equipment and turned our home-brewing hobby into our job as BrewDog officially came howling into the world. Our original brewery in Fraserburgh was basically just a giant home-brewing set up with plastic water tanks and completely manual controls.

Many of the classic BrewDog beers were developed during our home-brewing days, and we still use a 50L system to develop new beers and new recipes here at BrewDog. Home-brewing is very much ingrained in our DNA at BrewDog as so many of the world’s great craft breweries can trace their origins back to home-brewing.

With DIY Dog we wanted to do something that has never been done before as well as paying tribute to our home-brewing roots. We wanted to take all of our recipes, every single last one, and give them all away for free, to the amazing global home-brewing community.

We have always loved the sharing of knowledge, expertise and passion in the craft beer community and we wanted to take that spirit of collaboration to the next level.

So here it is. The keys to our kingdom. Every single BrewDog recipe, ever. So copy them, tear them to pieces, bastardise them, adapt them, but most of all, enjoy them. They are well travelled but with plenty of miles still left on the clock. Just remember to share your brews, and share your results. Sharing is caring.

Oh, and if you are from one of the global beer mega corporations and you are reading this, your computer will spontaneously combust, James Bond style, any second now. So leave the building immediately and seriously consider your life choices.

A near decade-long anthology of BrewDog recipes, scaled down to make it easier to follow for those wanting to have a go at home (or in chilly outbuildings nearby). DIY Dog is only available in digital format and can be downloaded here – but homebrew-loving Equity Punks will want to keep an eye on the blog tomorrow for an extra special edition…!

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Buddy Butch 24.03.2016 @ 8:36am
Thank you guys, really helpful !
AB 19.03.2016 @ 4:42am
Thanks guys, will be trying some out soon.
Walter 13.03.2016 @ 1:15am
BIG Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to try brewing one.
fish 13.03.2016 @ 1:15am
my god! what an awesome range of beers to replicate! Our local Homebrewer club is going attempt a selection of these. thanks guys!
Matthew M 11.03.2016 @ 11:26pm
This will only bring more fans and more success - a stroke of philanthropic genius. If anyone is investing or reinvesting, I'd be ever so grateful if you'd use my referral code: R878601 Thanks everyone.
eivind Bergmann 11.03.2016 @ 11:01pm
Moby 05.03.2016 @ 3:23pm
This is like all my Christmas's come together. You Guys are legends, thank you so much for your generosity to us avid homebrewers.
Scott - Helios Brewing Australia 05.03.2016 @ 7:38am
You have always been hugely admired by homebrewers but now you are beer deities! Legend boys.
Paschas 04.03.2016 @ 3:03pm
That's the spirit!
Eugene 04.03.2016 @ 10:50am
Thanks fellas, I just read about this on the coopers homebrew forum, I was lucky enough to have a few of your punk ipa, excited, gonna try
Rain 03.03.2016 @ 5:18pm
Learned about your brewery through this. EXCELLENT idea! I'll search for your brews stateside. Open source everything!
Gar lyons 03.03.2016 @ 2:06pm
Much respect! It shows a lot of confidence and kindness to share over 10 years worth of hard work with the hone brewing community.

Many thanks!
Peter 03.03.2016 @ 1:49pm
Hi there! Thanks a lot! On the other hand you may share which hops has how much alpha acids for the good results...

mal 02.03.2016 @ 8:15pm
thank you

Can you please add your best beer ever to the book - "There is no santa"
Glenn Stewart 02.03.2016 @ 7:45pm
For the novice, as myself, that would like to learn how to brew craft beer at home...what do I need to get to get started? Freaking amazing what you are doing!! Thanks!
Guillermo 02.03.2016 @ 3:45pm
Cheers from Ecuador
Julio H 02.03.2016 @ 12:38pm
Amazing ++
Translate this book into Portuguese / Brazilian and a lot of Brazilian enthusiasts will buy :D
Cheers from Brazil
Lourenço 01.03.2016 @ 5:13pm
Thank you very much from Brasil!!!!
Carl Paddison 01.03.2016 @ 4:24pm
Great stuff... spent most of the day looking and deciding on what to have a go at.... Great stuff..
need to take a month off work now.... yes!
BrewDog Rich 01.03.2016 @ 2:06pm
Andrea - Our Dan has taken a look at your question :- Hop timings are derived by taking into consideration the type of hops used, the style of the beer and the desired flavour profile. With the IPA is Dead series it was thought that Citra would benefit from a middle addition but the others would not require it. Middle additions usually add a complexity that bridges between the gap of bitterness and aromatics.
BrewDog Rich 01.03.2016 @ 9:31am
Thanks for all the comments on DIY Dog everyone, the response has been overwhelming - we hope you've had a chance to put some of the recipes to the test!

Derek - Have you tried Vagabond Pale Ale? It's our gluten-free beer and it is waaaay more tasty that Fosters ;)

Scott - 'FV' means fermentation vessel, so any ingredient stated as FV means it is added post-fermentation to take on the flavours (oak chips, fruit etc) at that final stage of the process
anonymous 29.02.2016 @ 9:03pm
You are blinking MAGEEEEEEC

cheers and may yous aliwise brew
Norwegian brewer 29.02.2016 @ 6:41pm
Thank you so much, this is a great source of inspiration - and a big contribution to the homebrew community worldwide!
Andrea 29.02.2016 @ 10:11am
Hi guys, thanks for sharing your recipes!!
I have a question: what drives the timing of your hop additions in the recipe formulation? For example, in your single hop beers, you usually add a boil addition and a later addition except for the Citra edition that also has a middle addition. Why that difference? What are the elements that you are looking to add to the beer through the middle addition?
Thank you very much and cheers!
Daniel 28.02.2016 @ 9:07pm
Wow! Thanks! Lots of interesting recipes to try out.
John Z 28.02.2016 @ 6:57pm
Mind Blown - You guys just open sourced your beer - [email protected]#%£g Champions
[email protected] 28.02.2016 @ 6:15pm
Thats the spirit
Mike 28.02.2016 @ 11:45am
Please release this as a book, I'd like to buy it and give you some money for such a generous contribution.
Derek 28.02.2016 @ 8:56am
I love ales, but have an Allergy to Malt. I can just about take a glass or two of Fosters without a reaction...must be just coloured water !
Can anyone suggest a recipe with low level malt content
Gav 28.02.2016 @ 4:45am
You guys are legends! Thank you so much for this.

First up #207 cant wait ????
Chris Callender 28.02.2016 @ 4:37am
I have been home brewing for a couple years off and on, but I have never done an all-grain batch before. My first all-grain will be one of your beers. Thanks for sharing.
anonymous 28.02.2016 @ 2:11am
Kudos to you - inspirational - I can't wait for winter here in Australia so I can have a go!
Bernd 27.02.2016 @ 9:42pm
Gustavo Eduardo 27.02.2016 @ 9:12pm
Tom Onley 27.02.2016 @ 6:05pm
Absolute hero's!!! In response to this I'm off to Tesco's to buy a 6 pack of Punk. I predict 2016 to have a bit of a hop shortage.
Aart 27.02.2016 @ 5:46pm
Thank you guys!
I like your beers.
Brew at home and work in a big brewery in germany ( I dont think they brew your recipes. lol )
Mark 27.02.2016 @ 5:04pm
aaaaaaaaaah yis
anonymous 27.02.2016 @ 2:57pm
A VERY BIG THANK YOU from our small homebrewing forum!

Vlaams Hobbybrouw Forum (Flemish Homebrew Forum)
Josef C 27.02.2016 @ 2:55pm
Cheers and respect fron Singapore, where I have had the pleasure of enjoying one of my favourite Brewdog beers ever (Cocoa Psycho from the friendly folks at Smith Street Taps) and having a few more waiting in reserve (Rip Tide, Alice Porter, Mashtag 15)

I will remember to credit Brewdog if I do get to fulfill the unlikely dream of opening my own microbrewery in Singapore
gingert64 27.02.2016 @ 2:00pm
Thank you so much, one of the most exciting moments in my 10 years of brewing, I totally lost my shit and nearly wet myself at the same time! Can't wait to try out some recipes with your inspiration.????
Henrik Hägglund 27.02.2016 @ 1:21pm
This is fantastic. Thank you!
anonymous 27.02.2016 @ 1:57am
Scott 27.02.2016 @ 1:32am
I've only ever had one of your brews here in northeastern Pennsylvania, but this was a amazing surprise. Hope to find and try a few more of your brews and support your generosity to the Homebrewing community!
Anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 10:38pm
Not sure if these are printed yet but there's a typo with the strength of Sink the Bismarck!.
Paul Haire 26.02.2016 @ 8:26pm
Respect! Have been mulling over getting a home brew kit for ages, you've just helped me make my mind up!
Simon 26.02.2016 @ 8:18pm
This is just fabulous, THANK-YOU! As a few other posters have said, this is a real game-changer, and I wish a few more breweries would do such a kind gesture as this!
Big Geoffry 26.02.2016 @ 7:23pm
Well... this seems to have went down well.
Dave B 26.02.2016 @ 6:34pm
Standing ovation!!!! Well done!
Philip Uren 26.02.2016 @ 5:31pm
I can't seem to see "William Wallace X" - was it brewed under a different name?
Jostein 26.02.2016 @ 4:46pm
Thank you. Really. Thank you!
Alan 26.02.2016 @ 3:06pm
Awesome! Thanks Brewdog!
Nick P 26.02.2016 @ 2:30pm
F**king respect, guys. This is amazing. I can't wait to get my home-brew kit set up and try some of these bad boys; it's such a jump-start to one's own beer journey to learn from what they admire and love.
Marcelo Menossi 26.02.2016 @ 2:28pm
This is far from being usual... it is incredible ! Thank you so much. These hop profiles will inspire us to venture into new beers.
Staart (of Baard+Staart brewery) 26.02.2016 @ 1:26pm
This is one of the most awesome things I could ever have imagined you guys pulling out of a hat (or penguin-suit) if I had been asked to do so.

You, however didnt ask but just went ahead and did it anyway. A very very welcome gift to the community that you grew from and are very much respected by. An inspiration to us all, yada yada.. the usual stuff.

I look forwards to seeing these pop up on brew-sharing sites and/or BeerXML collections and see where people took these recipes!

Tord Larsson 26.02.2016 @ 1:25pm
This is just so fantastic and mind-blowing that it is hard to find words.

Thanks a lot! Can not wait until I have tried to make one of these recipes.
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 1:07pm
Wow chaps this is really something! It’s a mark of proper expertise and confidence really as it proves that you are certain that you can brew well and continue to develop beers at the leading edge. I’ve found this quite a lot in various fields that the real experts like to share their knowledge whilst the dimwits and charlatans keep their cards close to their chest.
I think that you may have solved my search for my next AG brew!
Well done and thanks.
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 12:40pm
This exemplifies what I believe is the BrewDog ethos.
Bob the brewer 26.02.2016 @ 12:29pm
Awesome guys, been brewing for years but could never get punk just right. Any chance of getting the alpha acids percentages of the hops, would make life easier!
BrewingIntheSun 26.02.2016 @ 11:07am
First of all Thanks muchly guys. This is really epic.

Thought I would start on the Punk IPA this weekend. However Beersmith dosnt agree with EBC and IBU for your given Malt bills and Hop bills. I will assume that the IBUs and EBC at the top of the recipe are right and adjust darker malts up to meet the EBC and adjust HOPS downwards to reach stated IBUs.

Then again i dont know the EBC of your Caramalt and IBUs of the individual hops. But the difference is big so expect some scaling issues in the quantities.

Ive never stuck 190 grams of dry hops in 20 Litres of 5.5% beer before lol! That's total madness. :)
Dr. GMG 26.02.2016 @ 11:03am
Thank you guys for this. Tokyo is one of my all time favorite beers.
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 10:11am
The Beer Gods have smiled on us!!! Thanks boys for being so generous!
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 10:08am
seriously I'm not sure I have room for that level of hops in my fermenter!!!
No wonder there is a bloody shortage and I can see brewery "hop wars" starting over the last bale of Simcoe/Citra etc.
Well done guys a real (open)source of inspiration
Strange Brewery (it's only homebrew at the moment)
Anonymouse 26.02.2016 @ 9:18am
This is absolutely amazing! Nice work guys!
Dag Arne 26.02.2016 @ 8:45am
X-mas really came early this year. Respect to you for sharing. Hope other breweries will follow your initiative.
Justin 26.02.2016 @ 7:56am
Awesome decision. Will be trying my hand at Punk this weekend thx v much.
Dai 26.02.2016 @ 7:52am
the first time i tried punk IPA i knew my world had been rocked and it was so hard to get in New Zealand, now my home brew kit is gonna get a battering for sure. Cheers for everything you've done for the world of great beer
zebrock 26.02.2016 @ 6:59am
Oh Happy Day!
Love Brewing 26.02.2016 @ 5:57am
Thanks Guys for doing this. We have been telling people for years home brewed beer have come a long way in the last 10 years and you have with one move given us such credibility as an industry. Can wait to see all these people wanting to buy all they need to produce their favourite Punk Beers.
Harri Kangas, Finland 26.02.2016 @ 5:38am
Hi! Awesome! This is awesome! Got to go and brew!
cserjesl 26.02.2016 @ 5:28am
Thank you Punks!
Malume Matt 26.02.2016 @ 4:53am
*slow clap*
Jamie D 26.02.2016 @ 4:49am
Lovely stuff.
Your Awsome 26.02.2016 @ 4:00am
Karma...... good karma is on it's way
Scott 26.02.2016 @ 3:48am
What does FV man in the recipes?
Manfred Stanfield 26.02.2016 @ 2:03am
This is amazing. I can't wait to try them out. Thanks guys!
Maxuta 26.02.2016 @ 1:57am
Thank you!!!
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 1:55am
Thanks so much for sharing. I bet your sales go up after this release. My opinion is that many breweries do not release recipes in fear they will lose profit. This act makes myself want to purchase your beer even more!!! Cheers BREWDOGS
JCBalmaceda 26.02.2016 @ 1:45am
This is just an amazing move! Congratulations and a truckload of gratitude!!! Wish I could invest to be part of the BrewDog equity. Too bad is not quite possible from Mexico (I'll keep investigating).
mclardass 26.02.2016 @ 1:16am
Awesome, first thing I looked for was the Penguin.. it's there! This is going in the tun as soon as I can get the grains. Thank you for remembering your roots and giving this fantastic gift to the community. Can't wait to try all of these!
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 12:58am
Thank you for the years of wonderful brews and for never forgetting your roots.. Looking forward to brewing up as many of these as I can afford. Cheers!
Bojan 26.02.2016 @ 12:16am
I love you guys!
anonymous 26.02.2016 @ 12:01am
Many thanks for your generosity to the home brewing community. I'm looking forward to experimenting with some of your recipes.
Marcin W. 25.02.2016 @ 11:55pm
God bless ya guys! Thanks so much..
Damon 25.02.2016 @ 11:54pm
This is great. Thank you.
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 11:48pm
Awesome, guys. This allows me to try some of your stuff I've never got to try before. I'm excited for brew day now!

Gonna browse this on the train home. Hopefully there's some Brew Dogs collaborations on there from the TV show.
Aran Brown 25.02.2016 @ 11:45pm
As a kiwi living in Germany your beers have been a great source of comfort amongst the Pils Kolsch and Weizen... which isn't to knock German beers but have always enjoyed a big IPA or rich roasty Imperial Stout. Variety is the spice of life as they say. Just as I am about to restart my homebrewing career and you guys deliver a true gift of heaven! I am truly speechless at your generousity and I will Always support you by buyinga brew dog beer whenever I can. Thank you for your incredibly generous gift... And I love that you didn't give away the hop schedules... it will force us to be better brewers and figure it out on our own... Amazing and thank you again... niw where is that equity for Punks link....
Robyn 25.02.2016 @ 10:52pm
This has now changed our brewing day this weekend. Thank you so much.
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 10:43pm
In reply to someone up above, I think the older ones that are missing are blends of multiple beers (i.e. I Hardcore You (Hardcore and Mikkeller I Beat You) & Royal Virility Performance (Hardcore & Punk))
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 10:30pm
Awesome thanks ????
Jamez 25.02.2016 @ 10:29pm
Too fuckin' cool guys!!! Going to start researching my next home brew right now :) Thanks!
Jan 25.02.2016 @ 10:24pm
Thank you very much!! This is just FANTASTIC!! I cant wait to brew Jack Hammer.
You guys rock!!
Marcelo Barros 25.02.2016 @ 10:12pm
Guys, you are really fucking great! Thanks a lot!!!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 10:09pm
First, let me say thanks. This is a really awesome thing you have done. Hopefully, other brewers will follow suit.
Baard 25.02.2016 @ 10:04pm
Very cool! You guys are the best. Thx!
#4 25.02.2016 @ 9:56pm
WOW!! As a fan from the U.S. who cant get your beers anywhere near where I live I thank you!!
This is a gift from the beer gods!! Life is good!!
RDZ 25.02.2016 @ 9:51pm
Thank you thank you thank you! I'm a homebrewer and I also work in a homebrew supply store and I could not be happier to have my cute little hands on all of these recipes. I want to make them ALL, right now! You guys are literally the best!!
Paul H 25.02.2016 @ 9:51pm
Thanks for being so open and publishing such a useful resource. Plenty of inspiration for all tastes. (And for free too!).
Andy P 25.02.2016 @ 9:40pm
Impressive... The spirit of home brew collaboration and sharing just owned by Brewdog!
Joe Blackwell 25.02.2016 @ 9:27pm
Bravo. That's what I call Open Sauce.
Mike Scott 25.02.2016 @ 9:23pm
This is amazing, altruistic, respectful of amateur brewers everywhere - thank you sooooo much!!!
Mr. Walrus 25.02.2016 @ 9:14pm
Way to go, lads! Much appreciated!
Peter 25.02.2016 @ 9:06pm
Can someone add them as a mega big Beersmith file?
Peli 25.02.2016 @ 9:03pm
Wow... Thank you for this !!
Sven-Olof 25.02.2016 @ 8:54pm
Thank you so much! Your beer was one of my biggest inspirations when i started to brew my own beer a couple of years ago!
Adam page 25.02.2016 @ 8:37pm
Thanks so much for sharing this!
Bjørn Evan 25.02.2016 @ 8:31pm Norwegian home brewers discussion boards, they are talking about ManCrush now ...
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 8:18pm
Badass BrewDog. Page 33 Everyone... Totally worth a try.
Chris H 25.02.2016 @ 8:04pm
Well done guys. Will be brewing one of these this week :)
Scott anderson 25.02.2016 @ 7:53pm
This is just awesome
Patrick Byrne 25.02.2016 @ 7:52pm
Time to buy shares in hop farms guys - I sense stocks will be dwindling soon :D
Bruce Williamson 25.02.2016 @ 7:51pm
Wow! Thanks. Just starting all grain.
TUCHO BREW, SWITZERLAND 25.02.2016 @ 7:16pm
Guys, what a source of inspiration! Very much appreciated! Thanks!
Erik Freding 25.02.2016 @ 7:12pm
This is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing you knowledge and wisdom.
A. 25.02.2016 @ 7:12pm
Numa 25.02.2016 @ 7:11pm
I feel like I just won the lottery! Keep it like this and don't change a thing!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 7:07pm
This is great. Thank you, so much, for this, guys! I live in Michigan and can't wait to make a road trip to Columbus when your new location opens.
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 7:07pm
This is great. Thank you, so much, for this, guys! I live in Michigan and can't wait to make a road trip to Columbus when your new location opens.
Henry v 25.02.2016 @ 7:06pm
Any suggestions for the newbie home Brewer who is using extract? Looks like it would be easy to approximate the extract malts .... Guess the trial and error is going to be half the fun!!!
Bob 25.02.2016 @ 6:47pm
What a great idea. If only Carlsberg would do the same we could all finally find out how they manage to take 4 ingredients and make such a crappy beer!!
Tibeer 25.02.2016 @ 6:45pm
Nicholas R 25.02.2016 @ 6:45pm
I can't see 'I Harcore You" on the list - or have I gone number/beer blind?
Daniel Lith 25.02.2016 @ 6:43pm
You guys are amazing.
Thanks for this amazing gift.
Simon 25.02.2016 @ 6:40pm
That's a programmers world, open source beer :)
Robin from sweden 25.02.2016 @ 6:31pm
Damn! This is great. Had to order every beer I can to find from brewdog to find my favorit and brew it.
Keep up the good work!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 6:29pm
Put every thing together in one e-reader book .... i mean ...please!
Kevin 25.02.2016 @ 6:18pm
Thank you!
Robert Klinger 25.02.2016 @ 6:18pm
I am already to put these recipes into BreerSmith and start brewing.
Thank you from the USA.
Robert Klinger 25.02.2016 @ 6:18pm
I am already to put these recipes into BreerSmith and start brewing.
Thank you from the USA.
Hamish 25.02.2016 @ 6:17pm
This is the best thing any brewery has ever done! And the perfect volume size for our Grainfathers! Thank you Brewdogs!
Gary Macmann 25.02.2016 @ 6:15pm
I wanna be a PUNK in Columbus, Ohio. Can't wait until the new brewery is operational.
I can also help with local expertise on boiler care and cleaners/sanitizers. Keep sharing.
Bård H. Dyrnes 25.02.2016 @ 6:15pm
Thank you for sharing.
Damian 25.02.2016 @ 6:04pm
You guys went Open-Source. Which is amazing. Thanks for sharing!
Mike G 25.02.2016 @ 6:02pm
This rocks!! ...... nuff said.
Tim 25.02.2016 @ 5:54pm
Thank you for sharing your recipes. Simply put, this is brilliant!
Mike 25.02.2016 @ 5:52pm
This is fantastic, you guys are the best.
polo 25.02.2016 @ 5:40pm
WTF !! Cool !
Chris 25.02.2016 @ 5:20pm
John Watt 25.02.2016 @ 5:17pm
Brilliant!.. I'm gonna try and recreate the Sunmaid stout! ??????
SantiRosendo 25.02.2016 @ 5:11pm
Ustedes son unos GENIOS!!!!
DennyB 25.02.2016 @ 5:02pm
You folks are to be commended for your willingness to share so opening with the home brewing community. I for one thank you and as this will give my home brewery a run for its money and keep me quite busy! Sláinte!
Marcelo Novaes de Oliveira 25.02.2016 @ 4:56pm
Thanks for being so open-minded (now also sort of open source). I have been a long time fan of your work. Keep it up, lads!
Odd Kristian W 25.02.2016 @ 4:51pm
Thank you, I will find lots of inspiration here :D

Would be nice with a circa IBU for the beers, as you said, hops don't always come out identical.
A total IBU on the left side under ABV, and a remark next to bittering hops with IBU, and we can have a lot of fun with everything else :D
Start - Mid - End makes it fun for the hop timings, lots of stuff too do :D

#13 Cult Lager
You guys have mixed OG and FG :D
RODRIGO BIRCK 25.02.2016 @ 4:43pm
That's what being genious is about.
Maarten 25.02.2016 @ 4:38pm
Cool ;)

(But I'm missing the Paradox Isle Of Arran...)
Kevin 25.02.2016 @ 4:29pm
You absolute gits! Now I'm going to have to purchase and source each of your beers to find which ones I'd like to make and in what order!! Great gesture to the community guys, thanks!!
J. Suter 25.02.2016 @ 4:22pm
This is awesome! I wish more brewers would follow suit.
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 4:16pm
Victor 25.02.2016 @ 4:15pm
James Hansen 25.02.2016 @ 4:12pm
Thanks Guys!! I can't wait to try these out and I can't wait for the next episodes of Brew Dogs to hit the TV!!
Dancing Dans Homebrew 25.02.2016 @ 3:50pm
Spot on, Thank you so much. you've come along way in such a short time. Your IPA is my brewing Benchmark. I wish you all success in you future adventures
Thomas Beer 25.02.2016 @ 3:37pm
Thank you Brewdog :)
Juliano Rezende 25.02.2016 @ 3:37pm
Fantastic attitude! That is a pioneer, courageous and impressive movement into a craft beer Revolution. Cheers from Brazil!
Marta 25.02.2016 @ 3:36pm
This is amazing!!! Thanks
Christos 25.02.2016 @ 3:25pm
You guys are incredible. Respect and many thanks from Greece.
Wilhsson 25.02.2016 @ 3:18pm
Awesome! Thanks and keep up the good work!
Jonas F 25.02.2016 @ 3:18pm
Super thanks!!!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 3:12pm
omfg i have died and gone to brew dog heaven Pearly Gates this is viral all over the net you have made all grain brewers so so :) thank you brew dog
Samuel H 25.02.2016 @ 3:11pm
Awesome, thanks guys!
Jon 25.02.2016 @ 3:08pm
If I could buy you a beer I would!

Have you left the world any hops?

... you rock!
Mikael 25.02.2016 @ 3:07pm
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 3:07pm
Mike Lake 25.02.2016 @ 3:06pm
Amazing! Thanks for this :-)
Richard M 25.02.2016 @ 3:06pm
Such a cool gesture. Thank you. Now, where can I get a printed copy for my coffee table ;)
Christophe 25.02.2016 @ 3:02pm
Thanks for sharing these recipes! For the #9 (Hype), hop quantities seem very low.
Dutch brewer 25.02.2016 @ 2:59pm
BrewDog Rich 25.02.2016 @ 2:54pm
With regard to the hop timings, we went with 'Start Middle and End' to make the recipes as easy to follow as we could. With so much variation between our kit and the myriad options available to homebrewers around the world - not to mention the variables of hop harvest and other ingredients, we realise that some experimentation will be required to hit the exact highs - but then, that's what homebrewing is all about!
ANTONIO CAMPOS 25.02.2016 @ 2:49pm
Carlos Felder 25.02.2016 @ 2:45pm
Vocês são demais!!!! Parabéns pela iniciativa. Admiro essa atitude. Abraço do sul do Brasil.
Tom Guy 25.02.2016 @ 2:41pm
No mention boil length. Are we assuming 60 mins?
zombieFredrik 25.02.2016 @ 2:41pm
Thank you so much! Keep up the good work!
Michael Rixhon 25.02.2016 @ 2:40pm
Dimeon 25.02.2016 @ 2:35pm
Beyond awesome!
Miller Morais 25.02.2016 @ 2:32pm
Incredible my friends!!! I'm your fã!!
Every day that passes I am more a fan of you!
Tks for de oppotunity!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 2:30pm
You, dogs of either and any gender, are awesome. You're so awesome, we need to invent a new adjective just to describe the level of your awesomeness.

Seriously: I'm all teary now. Stunts like this prove that the world ain't such a shitty place after all.

A glass then, to beer and her friends!
Matias 25.02.2016 @ 2:30pm
Hi! Awesome stuff! Just a question about the boiling times. Start ofc means the start of the boil but any specific minutes for middle and late. 30 min and 5min? 15min and 0min?
Niklas 25.02.2016 @ 2:27pm
A big THANK YOU from Sweden.
bryan 25.02.2016 @ 2:25pm
this is awesome - amazing how many I had forgotten about, some serious reminiscing!
Brewstore 25.02.2016 @ 2:21pm
This is fantastic! Excellent news for homebrewers globally.
Resolves heaps of recipe tinkering. We're going to get stuck into brewing 'Elvis Juice' on Sunday.

Did notice the absence of Ghost Deer, any chance of that making a comeback?

Also looking forward to 'The Fix' opening next door. Can't wait to meet the beery neighbours ;)
Ricardo 25.02.2016 @ 2:18pm
you guys really are incredible, such an unheard of move to share such an incredible catalog...We're not worthy, we're not worthy........
Seriously, big thank you, this is amazing! Long live Brewdog!
Ken 25.02.2016 @ 2:17pm
Thank you so much!!
Bonus Beer Bob 25.02.2016 @ 2:17pm
Cheers and beers and thanks for sharing and spreading the love !!
Bruno 25.02.2016 @ 2:05pm
Holy!!!! Shit!!!!!
Thank you !!!!!
Chris 25.02.2016 @ 2:00pm awesome of you guys to do this. But I do have a couple questions. I don't see a boil time posted on any of the recipes. Are they all 60 minutes? If they are all 60 minute boils, are the hop additions as follow:
Start = T-60
Middle = T-30
End = Knockout

Or are you leaving some of the details to us. And that's fine if you are....I'm just so grateful that you've shared this with everyone.
Ana 25.02.2016 @ 1:57pm
I can't wait to try my own Clown King! :-)
Paul H 25.02.2016 @ 1:56pm
Thankyou so much for doing this! Very excited to try some of these recipes at home! :))
Nick 25.02.2016 @ 1:50pm
Very, very cool - thanks guys
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 1:45pm
Parabens partners, I am very fond of you, very good what you are doing.

Forgive my English I am Brazilian
MARCO 25.02.2016 @ 1:44pm
Thank you guys!!!!!!!!!!
I drank one of the first Punk IPA batches back in 2007!! I remember that moment as the turning point for my beer geek illness :D .D :D (subsequently turned in HB-illness!!!!!!!!!)
Your recipes are really inspiring, thanks, thanks, thanks!!!
Cheers from Genoa, Italy
@coldclimate 25.02.2016 @ 1:44pm
This is why I have faith in you
Matias (Uruguay) 25.02.2016 @ 1:44pm
Excelente!! Muchas gracias desde Uruguay.
Richard B 25.02.2016 @ 1:41pm
Amazing thing do. Thanks so much, Any chance of a copy with the actual hop schedules though?
Brian 25.02.2016 @ 1:40pm
This is amazing!

Although Cocoa Psycho EBC 30??????
Condormaen 25.02.2016 @ 1:36pm
Rock n Roll - THX !!
ROB 25.02.2016 @ 1:33pm

Thanks for the recommendation, looks like a cool book, will buy it!
Ashley 25.02.2016 @ 1:31pm
Now you can start a clone home brew competition to see how close home brewers using your recipes can get to the originals.
Dr Keith 25.02.2016 @ 1:29pm
From a fellow teuchter, just want to say 'weel done loon, that's affa fine fit yiv din err'

Of to brew tomorrow, couldn't have arrived at a more opportune moment
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 1:28pm
Very kind of you guys, though it'll never stop me buying and supporting your beers
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 1:27pm
Splendid !!!!
Ricardo Galvani 25.02.2016 @ 1:23pm
Forever grateful!
No words to describe what this move will make for the beer community and recepies that will come from it.
Patricio Lailla 25.02.2016 @ 1:15pm
This is impressive. We don't get Brewdog in Argentina but had the chance to try them in Barcelona. Great beers!

I'm just starting my first batches with a friend and will surely use these recipes as a source and inspiration.

Cheers from Argentina!
Psquaredbrews 25.02.2016 @ 1:11pm
You guys rock!
Psquaredbrews 25.02.2016 @ 1:11pm
You guys rock!
Heiner Busche 25.02.2016 @ 1:10pm
You guys are the Kings! What a tribute to the home brewing scene! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
An Anonymous Boozer 25.02.2016 @ 1:09pm
This is great, and will keep me busy for a fair while...

But one question, how do you guys dry hop at such high levels, even with fairly low ABV beers, without the beer becoming overly astringent/grassy?
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 1:01pm
Chlever 25.02.2016 @ 1:01pm
You guys are da real MVPs.
bellebouche 25.02.2016 @ 12:56pm
Proud to be an Equitypunk, you've done a very great thing here today.

A decade from now a new generation of homebrewers will have turned pro and be turning out great tasting beers because they learned their craft by brewing your recipes.

Bravo, Brewdog - you've made a great investment in the world of beer for future generations.
kmyhre 25.02.2016 @ 12:56pm
This is truly great stuff for all home brewers. Thank you very much. May karma bestow upon your future brews :)
BeerLover 25.02.2016 @ 12:55pm
WOW! I love you guys for ever and ever! There is nothing about you that I do not love! Thank you!
Toby Windahl 25.02.2016 @ 12:53pm
WOW! Simply, WOW...
Charlie 25.02.2016 @ 12:49pm
This is just amazing! You guys rock!
Gustavo 25.02.2016 @ 12:45pm
David P 25.02.2016 @ 12:45pm
This is brilliant! Thanks to all for this. It'll go well with my 1 gallon of Brooklyn Brew shop's punk IPA kit that's fermenting at the moment!
Mike Dent 25.02.2016 @ 12:41pm
This is awesome guys, thanks! Noticed the hop timings are not shown, other than start, middle and end. Any chance of a version 2 with timings?
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 12:40pm
Dorian 25.02.2016 @ 12:39pm
MERCI ! Top Top Top !
CartBrew 25.02.2016 @ 12:39pm
You guys rock 101%! Just sick!
Pall Thorsteinsson 25.02.2016 @ 12:38pm
Thank you for your amazing gift, absolutely brilliant!
DDK_Flanders 25.02.2016 @ 12:38pm
Thank you very much. Even I create my own beers this will be a great source to get new ideas!
Just - Ice 25.02.2016 @ 12:37pm
Nice one guys!
Steven S 25.02.2016 @ 12:36pm
Awesome, will definitely be giving the wasabi stout a shot since I've been wanting it to come back for years! :)
BrewDog Rich 25.02.2016 @ 12:35pm
Thanks for all the comments everyone - this was a huge project and something we have wanted to do for a while, glad that so many of you appreciate it!

Rob - Get hold of the 'water' edition of the Brewing Elements series, written by John Palmer and Colin Kaminski. That will give you a better baseline from which to build your homebrews!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 12:29pm
Juste énorme ! brewdog les rois de la com
Roger 25.02.2016 @ 12:25pm
Wow and thanks for sharing!
anonymous 25.02.2016 @ 12:25pm
Looks like I will be very busy this weekend, think I will need a bigger shed. Cheers guys, awsome
Jonathan 25.02.2016 @ 12:24pm
wow wow just wow
Maltus Humlinen 25.02.2016 @ 12:20pm
Great source of inspiration! Thanx!!!
Kris 25.02.2016 @ 12:20pm
Wow. That is amazing. Thanks guys!
Ingo 25.02.2016 @ 12:20pm
Openness / Giving back is the way to progress. Thanks! I'll study your work and brew something else.
GMNezzo 25.02.2016 @ 12:16pm
God, you've outdone yourself! Good job guys and keep being true punks!
Karl 25.02.2016 @ 12:13pm
Truly awesome. Thanks so much!
Andy 25.02.2016 @ 12:09pm
Have you guys considered doing something with ?
Rob 25.02.2016 @ 12:09pm
You guys are amazing, this is probably one of the top 3 best homebrewing content i have ever seen.
Back in 2010 i started homebrewing because i wanted to have unlimited amounts of fresh Hardcore IPA at home. Needless to say that was a pipedream, and years later i still need to tweak and improve my processes. Maybe now i will be able to fulfill that dream. :)

So my question would be about water: apart from setting the mash ph to 5.2 do you guys add any minerals to your brewing water? (like gypsum, or calcium chloride)
What kind of water profile you guys use for your hoppy beers? (like Punk IPA or Jackhammer)
In terms of Ca, Mg, SO4, Cl and HCO3/CaCO3.
I still can't achieve your level of clean, crisp bitterness without an astrinent, earthy aftertaste and i think the key could be treating my brewing water better. (sometimes even my 50 IBU beers taste more bitter (even with residual sugars, crystal malts etc.) than your 200 IBU Jackhammer but its a wrong kind of bitterness)
Matt Gerecke 25.02.2016 @ 12:08pm
Truly awesome!
daniel 25.02.2016 @ 12:06pm
EPIC! Thanks! Standing on the shoulders of gigants - happy to learn and share!
Jack 25.02.2016 @ 12:05pm
It wasn't really a hobby for Martin though was it - Heriot Watt and Brewer at Thornbridge is something to be proud of!!!
Erik Porter 25.02.2016 @ 12:04pm
Amazing. Had no idea there were so many beers, over so many years... Top job.
Mac 25.02.2016 @ 12:00pm
Nice share, this will keep a few people busy for awhile
Fab 25.02.2016 @ 11:51am
Thats truly pure awesomness!
Francis Paulin 25.02.2016 @ 11:49am
I love your "open source" mentality. Cheers :)
MvH 25.02.2016 @ 11:44am
Holy shit is April fools early
Anthony 25.02.2016 @ 11:43am
Cheers guys.
I hope my request in the EFP forum might have been a catalyst in some small way!
Isaac Beers 25.02.2016 @ 11:39am
Holy shit. You're really taking this aggressively independent, by the people for the people business attitude right through to the end, aren't ya?
While only a lowly extract brewer, I think I'll have a stab at adapting a few of these.
That is until I find the money to upgrade to all-grain gear.
Fraguk 25.02.2016 @ 11:38am
Very proud day to be a Equity Punk.

This is why people get so passionate about Brewdog, you do what you do and we love you for it!

Thank you Brewdog.
Peter Laycock 25.02.2016 @ 11:34am
You show a Union flag at the top of the page & the "DIY Dog" & the "Punk IPA" recipes are basically metric, as they should be. However, the altenative volumes are given in US gallon when they should be in IMPERIAL gallons!
Pilch 25.02.2016 @ 11:31am
You guys are bloody legends!!! I'm sorry to say that I haven't had the pleasure of sampling any of your beers here down under but I'm going to try and source them out now if they are to be found.
Thank you so much for sharing your recipes with us budding home brewers, may the karmah gods smile upon you in this life and the next.
Kenneth N 25.02.2016 @ 11:27am
THANK YOU, respect. Now I will visit you more, and then try to make this at home :)
If you made the pdf into a book, I would order one the same day
Philip Rosberg 25.02.2016 @ 11:26am
Steph Galloway 25.02.2016 @ 11:24am
Wow...Just Wow. Thanks guys!!!
Chuff 25.02.2016 @ 11:22am
Amazing gift, thanks BD! Further encouragement for me to step up to AG. Now if I can just make that hardcore ipa..
Neil 25.02.2016 @ 11:21am
Got to hand it to you this us hugely impressive. I sometimes disagree with some of your advertising / PR (whilst still loving the beer) but this us a touch of class. Respect.
Niklas 25.02.2016 @ 11:16am
This is so cool, thank you, thank you, thank YOU!
Jóhann K. Guðmundsson 25.02.2016 @ 11:13am
Thank you from Iceland. This is much appreciated.
Vaughn 25.02.2016 @ 11:13am
You guys just made my awsome is that?
James 25.02.2016 @ 11:13am
Glenn R. Lie 25.02.2016 @ 11:11am
This is freakin' awesome!
Colin 25.02.2016 @ 11:10am
Legends. Absolutely brilliant guys.
David 25.02.2016 @ 11:09am
Fearless business move. Great stuff. The future is openness.
Craig McCormick 25.02.2016 @ 11:05am
Holy. Shit.

Game changer...
Anders Aronsson 25.02.2016 @ 11:01am
Thank you guys for sharing your recipes!
*so happy* :)
Greg 25.02.2016 @ 10:50am
StevenPM90 25.02.2016 @ 10:48am
Wow. Just wow. This is amazing