Scottish brewer BrewDog has lost a legal battle against the Elvis Presley estate over the branding of its ‘Elvis Juice’ beer.

Scottish brewing ginat BrewDog, has appointed Tanisha Robinson as managing director of its US branch ahead of the launch of its 100,000 square foot brewery in Columbus, Ohio.

Scottish independent brewery, BrewDog, has launched a new chilled supply chain process that will ensure all of its beer distributed in the UK remains at eight degrees Celsius at all times.

Independent Scottish craft brewer, BrewDog, has recorded a £72m turnover for 2016, an annual turnover growth of 60%.

Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has doubled the size of its UK sales team to continue its market dominance in the beer sector.

BrewDog has launched a new spirits range called LoneWolf which will be available in all BrewDog bars and online.

Innis & Gunn founder Dougal Sharp believes that crowdfunding has made Scottish craft beer brands the most internationally recognised.

BrewDog valued at £1bn

10 April, 2017

Craft beer company BrewDog has been valued at £1bn after TSG Consumer Partners spent £213m on shares in the brand.

International craft beer giant BrewDog has defended its threats of legal action against a bar for using the word ‘punk’ in its title.

The fourth round of Equity for Punks, BrewDog’s latest crowd-funding scheme ended this week, resulting in £19 million being raised which broke a world record.

Next up in the Brands Report is beer. 

Study BrewDog

26 September, 2013

BrewDog, which claims to be Scotland’s largest independent brewery, has launched a beer school at its Newcastle bar.

Diageo has apologised to Scottish brewer and bar operator BrewDog after it was stripped of an award at an industry event in Scotland.

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When I first arrived here I was the whisky man who was making gin as a sideline,” says Daniel Szor, founder and owner of the Cotswolds Distillery, which lies close to Banbury in the no-man’s land between the west, the south and the middle of England.

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