Top BrewDog Tweets of 2011
tweet it up scamps
Another year, another load of dubious chat restricted to 160 characters. From our bars to our brewmasters, we’re not afraid to get our tweet on. So whether you want to get the lowdown on the everyday goings on or even snag yourself some cheeky exclusives, get on board and start following our Twitters!
Not a follower already? Need yourself a little more convincing? Check out some of our top tweets of 2012 to see what you’re missing:
@BrewDogJames– “Roger Protz who described us as 'lunatic self publicists doing great harm' & 'over-inflated ego-maniacs' now wants to come visit. Go figure.”
Redefining the face of the UK beer industry is no mean feat but no matter how hard you try and please some people, you’re always going to get those who try and make it meaner. One such individual is Roger Protz – renowned beer writer and CAMRA brown nose – who was seemingly unimpressed by our ‘over-inflated ego-maniacs’ on a number of occasions. Roger then attempted to invite himself round for tea and biscuits. We graciously declined.
We have a thing for sticking beer inside animals. Stoats. Squirrels. Deer. You name and we’ll stick a beer in it; literally. Follow the official BrewDog Twitter and you can tweet us suggestions for just about anything, well anything related to beer, hats or penguins that is.
@BrewDogBarBecca – “Was just given discount at the place I get my hangover bacon rolls for being a 'regular'! I don't know whether to be elated or depressed...”
Becca our now infamous project manager isn’t just a beer wench, she’s a wench that traverses the length and breadth of the country making sure our growing fleet of BrewDog bars open on time and to standard. Thankfully for the lovely Becca, she can reward a hard day’s work with some of the best craft beers the world has to offer. Every day for Becca results in a hard day’s work.
@BrackenBrewDog – “Whisky cask Jenga rocked! Next-up, Extreme Pop-up Pirate! Summer Interns: prepare to barrel-up. Everyone else, grab a malt shovel!”
We like dogs, they kind of rock, which is why the CEO of BrewDog has four legs instead of two. He wears sailor suits, has a penchant for blue sky thinking and knows when you're about to make a ham sandwich, even before you do. Bracken has also been known to wield a quip or two in his time so if you’re into acerbic observations typed by the paws of a pooch, follow Bracken today. Alternatively, if you've got a king charles who's familiar with a keyboard or a beagle with high speed broadband, why not let your own dog do the tweeting and get them to follow Bracken as well.
@MartinDickie – “Just had the best bath ever involving 2 packets of salt and vinegar squares and a bottle of irn bru.”
Working for the UK’s most forward thinking and edgy craft brewery is tough. It’s even tougher when you’re the brains behind the operation in terms of concocting great tasting recipes and pushing the boundaries in how to brew them. Martin – BrewDog’s co-founder and head brewer – rarely stops working but when he does he swaps the mash tun for the bath tub whilst kicking back with an old school classic and a bottle of bubbly.Oh, and he sometimes tweets from the bath as well!