James Watt

Not too expensive: BrewDog co-founder defends the price of his beer

BrewDog co-founder defends the price of his beer

By James Beeson

BrewDog co founder James Watt has launched a staunch defence of the price of the brewery’s beer in supermarkets, as the Scottish brewery launches the fifth round of its Equity For Punks (EFP) crowdfunding initiative.

Partnership: Martin Dickie (left) and James Watt created BrewDog 10 years ago

A timeline: how BrewDog became what it is today

By Nikkie Sutton

From its conception with two employees and a dog in 2007 to its global success of today, The Morning Advertiser sets out the history of BrewDog – warts and all.

James Watt speaks to Equity for Punks investors at the 2016 AGM

Behind the scenes at BrewDog

By Emily Sutherland

BrewDog’s meteoritic success story has captured the beer industry – and the public’s – attention. Love them or hate them, the self-styled punk brewers rise to the top has been hard to ignore since it launched nine years ago in rural Scotland by co-founders...

Brewdog enters spirits market

Brewdog enters spirits market

By Jessica Mason

Brewdog is set to move into the spirits market with the launch of a new distillery named The Lone Wolf.

BrewDog set to change food offer

BrewDog set to change food offer

By James Evison

Brewdog has revealed it is looking to change all its food menus to focus on closer linking beer and food.