James Watt

Unconventional initiatives: BrewDog co-founder pledges to give £100m of shareholding to team members

BrewDog boss to give £100m of shareholding to employees

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

BrewDog chief executive and co-founder James Watt has pledged to give £100m of his personal stake in the company to team members, and BrewDog bars will now also share 50% of their profits with those who work in them.

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.

BrewDog AGM 2016

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: Second round of fundraising launched

Brewdog launches second fundraising campaign

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

BrewDog has launched a second round of fundraising as it looks to raise £2.2m to finance a new eco-brewery and the opening of more bars across the country.

The Marischal: closed for two years

BrewDog buys first pub

By Ewan Turney

Controversial Scottish micro-brewer BrewDog has acquired its first pub — the Marischal in Aberdeen.