Punk your Dog!

The dawn of personalised beer has arrived as PunkDog goes live

Punk your Dog!

Cue theme music from 2001: A Space Odyssey 

This is the dawn of a new era. You may have once been duped into thinking your face and the likeness of everyone you know could grace any material, in any format, in any size; just the way you wanted it. You were wrong. Move aside mugs, jigsaws, baseball caps and the humble t-shirt; there's something new to personalise and it's made with water, hops, barely and yeast. We call it beer.


Welcome to the very first blog to adorn the pages of the groundbreaking, earth shaking new home of personalised beer, PunkDog. With PunkDog it couldn't be easier to create your own label, for absolutely any occasion - including just for the hell of it - using the most kick-ass beer from BrewDog, Scotland's award-winning mega microbrewery.

Have a gander around the site and you'll see how easy it is to Punk BrewDog's beers and how quickly we'll deliver your handy work into your grubby mitts. No hanging around, no fuss, no mess. Just great BrewDog beer Punk'd the way you want it.


We've got the beer and the technology, you've the occasion worth celebrating. Now, in the words of Marvin Gaye, Let's Get It On and create sweet, sweet personalised beer all night long.

Stay tuned to the blog for news, giveaways and galleries of our favourite labels to pass through PunkDog HQ.


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Comments (4)

Katie P 29th October, 2009 9:18pm
I punked a dog and I liked it!
Adrian 29th October, 2009 3:08pm
The site is amazing guys. How do you manage to do so much stuff? All my friends will now be getting PunkDogs for Christmas
Mhairi BrewDog 29th October, 2009 12:35pm

Secondary text on the front of the label has a maximum of 16 characters. You can go wild with the reverse of the label as this has a limit of 220.

captainff 29th October, 2009 12:01pm
Just had a quick play with the label personalisation .. .. love the idea!

Would it be possible to tell people how many characters they can use for the secondary text on the front label to make it easier to plan the message?