Brewdog! The evil that walks and brews!


#1

Please give Scotland independence so I may no longer be associated with them!

Have we got angry about brewdog recently?


Come Friendly Bombs
Nanny State
#2

Ashley Coled into indignant silence?

I was trembling with anger. I couldn’t believe what I’d heard.


#3

Same old shit, isn’t it.


#4

What DiS? Of course.


#5

That pub is bang out of line making a big deal about this.


#6

I had a dead pony brewdog beer yesterday
4/10 at best


#7

5am saint is well good


#8


#9

I don’t like the way they still crowed fund thier expansions. They are not a small gaming studio or a start up lacking money. They are a big multimillion pound beer firm with wide distribution.

When you are getting £25 million pounds of money with your ‘equity for punks’ scheme. With no promises to pay that back and no dividends for the foreseeable future it stinks.

Go to a bank and take out a loan like everyone else if you want to expend your overpriced bars to cities that don’t really need another overpriced craft bar.


#10

I like everything about Elvis Juice apart from the terrible name.


#11

Any BrewDog beers tastes like week old prawns that have been blended and filtered through a tramps sock.

Horrific.


#12

Thanks for reminding me of my favourite sleeve


#13

They’re launching a fifth round this year and diluting the value of previous stock. Also opening up to a 30% investment from someone else, whether private finance or another brewer, before a probable IPO.


#14

#15

Lawyers must get fed up of being used as scapegoats in this kind of scenario. Why does nobody consider the feelings of lawyers?


#16

To be fair this case is just kinda normal. It’s just how defending copywrite law works. You can’t risk letting a precedent happen.

That said it does go a bit against there whole ‘outsider’ marketing schtick. Which is increasingly just becoming the ‘edgy’ equivalent to innocent smoothies


#17

They don’t really mind.


#18

isn’t the thing with copyrights that you sort of have to aggressively pursue any potential violation, or you risk EvenBiggerCorp coming along and claiming fair use?


#19

Do you have the audacity to assume you can speak on behalf of all lawyers?


#20

Assume?! ASSUME?!
Yes