Meet the BrewDog Aberdeen Bar Team
craft beer in the north east of Scotland
Introducing the awesome team behind the first ever BrewDog bar!
Hi I’m Kerry and I’m the manager of BrewDog Aberdeen. I like to wear short shorts and long socks; I also have a growing collection of vintage military boots. Beer is one of my favourite things in the world; I drink a lot of it, and then keep the bottles, that way it feels like a hobby rather than a problem! I draw on people and important documents a lot. I drink too much coffee and eat too many sugar snap peas, but that makes me happy! I love my team and I love this bar.
Hi, I'm Scotty the Assistant Manager and Music Co-Ordinator for the Aberdeen bar. I love going into work every day and feeling excited, not only because the team here is great and a lot of fun, but also because of the regulars I now call friends. Outside of work, I enjoy playing bass in my punk rock band Hounds and cultivating my record collection. I regularly sleep with a cat called Logan, and have a large collection of hats! I always like meeting new people who are into beer, so if you fancy a schooner of something hoppy and delicious then holla at ya boi.
Hello, my name is Leigh and I’m the Duty Manager at BrewDog Aberdeen. I’m originally from Ireland but have lived in Scotland long enough for it to be a second home. I’ve only recently joined the frontline here at Brewdog, (being hired for the sole reason that I have blue hair) after leaving another establishment which took joy in pushing huge quantities of yellow fizzy water on the general public. This did not sit well with my conscious; I felt I could no longer lie to our brothers and sisters about what they were consuming so I had to do something. This is when I joined the revolution, toaster bomb in hand, ready to blow dated perceptions of beer out of the water and into your glass.
I am known by many names. I am American, but not. I am also polish, but not. I love beer. Not so much beer plus bourbon. Alliteration is not a great guide for what to drink. My hobbies include poking people with metal sticks, avoiding Dan's throat pokes, lunging whilst giving change, and jingling my keys when walking past hobos just to see the hope die in their eyes. I apparently smile too much so the regulars think I’m a nutter but i just think the British are miserable bastards and should discover the joy in their lives starting with our beer. Mmmmm beer. Not bourbon. Xx
Hi….Well I’m Dan or “Inappropriate Dan” to friend and foe at the bar. I’ve been working in BrewDog Aberdeen part-time since it opened in October 2010 and have loved every single minute of it, excluding the odd pile of sick and crazy cask obsessed CAMRA member. Being in the bar has introduced me to some fantastic experiences, one of the best being let loose with my own recipe (Mr Miagi’s Wasabi Stout) on the brewery’s pilot system and then seeing a full batch being made and sold in all our bars. I enjoy wearing braces, having great hair, and eating things that I find on the floor! Viva la craft beer revolution!
Hi, I’m Phil (or Nick for short) and I’ve been living in Aberdeen studying pharmacy for nearly four years now. Originally from Ireland, I have spent most of my days studying sailing, handling semtex, and maybe drinking… a bit. Funnily enough I easily found brethren in the Scottish people; it turns out with the shinty playing, whisky drinking natives I fit in quite well. I’ve been working in the bar trade for the best part of a decade; in pubs, sports bars, hotels and late bars. Though these places had their moments, BrewDog easily leaves them behind. It’s hard to beat great beer and a great crowd.
HELLO!! My name is Chloe, people seem to like me because I am polite and I am rarely late. Beer is my favourite thing in the world (closely followed by chemistry and Harry Potter). I discovered BrewDog at a beer festival in Brighton where I used to live and we have been in a loving relationship ever since... so much so in fact that all of my friends (and family.... and lecturers.... and hairdressers.... and innocent passersby) have banned me from mentioning BrewDog before asking permission... that’s probably why I enjoy going to work so much. I may have lied and plagiarised in my opening statement …
Some may claim that the real hardcore partying does not really start till at least 5 am, others say that punk is only punk if it had its roots in ‘77. I’m Squidy more commonly known as the awesome machine, I believe that life is always a party and punk is not dead as long as we are surrounded by good music, good people and good beer. I have 4 BrewDog tattoos, and a keen interest in Macramé, I have also been known to knit!
They all live (kinda) at BrewDog Aberdeen.