Brewdog, Seems being anti fieldsports isn’t their only problem

Husky

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James Watt has been accused of inappropriate behaviour towards female staff and drunken female customers, taking " cute little blondes " on late night personal tours of the brewery.
 

splash

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Brew dog have denied any wrongdoing !
Is history repeating itself ? Wealthy powerful man doing whatever he likes !
How many mighty men have been outed by this sort of arrogance 🤥
 

mealiejimmy

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This is absolutely normal for the UK (and many other countries)
An unknown makes good in business and there will always be a queue of people ready to knock him down - it's a particular problem for socialists who, in general don't like to see such people succeeding because they see it as "forgetting their class"

Cheers

Bruce
 

gixer1

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This is absolutely normal for the UK (and many other countries)
An unknown makes good in business and there will always be a queue of people ready to knock him down - it's a particular problem for socialists who, in general don't like to see such people succeeding because they see it as "forgetting their class"

Cheers

Bruce
Or it could be that all the people accusing one of the founders of being a creepy letch and flouting US import laws will prevent them advancing…🤔
 

sauer

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I’ve no problem seeing someone get on and do well ….
Far from it …. Go on so. I say

BUT when you build yer business on a “f&$k the establishment “ mentality and advertise as such …
Then turn yer self into that which you said you hated ….
Make yer money then refuse to use it to grow bit crowdfund it ?🤨
Hats off to em for that in a way and wtf for those who paid in ?
But what they have done on Scottish estate etc I can’t forgive …. Just jump on the trees bandwagon … I blame the Scottish government as much for that …
It’s got f&$k all to do with trees but the money comes with it …. If wasn’t a government grant they wouldn’t be doing it ….

Paul
 

Malxwal

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Mass produced chemical pish, run by people who treat their staff like shite, the people on the estate they bought like shite, and are only interested in their own wealth (albeit most of us work with our own welfare in mind). "Equity for punks", what a marketing gem that was.
Karma should see them broke.
 

Heym SR20

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I was always amazed at what crowd was allowed to get away with. Being a regulated person under the FCA involved in helping young companies raise equity capital we all looked on with utter amazement at what the crowd funding sites were allowed to promote and the statements they were able to make.

And once the funds were in, minimal controls over what the funds could and should be spent on. A lot of entrepreneurs have raised a lot of money and ended up with a lot of toys, and the investors have ended up with square root of not a lot. Brewdog are valuing themselves at £1.85bn. They are looking to raise £50m for about 2.7% of the company. On a like for like earning basis they reckon they are five times more valuable than any of the leading multinational beer brands.

And their Beer tastes like shite. Good job I am gluten intolerant so have a good excuse not to drink it.
 

norcan

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This is absolutely normal for the UK (and many other countries)
An unknown makes good in business and there will always be a queue of people ready to knock him down - it's a particular problem for socialists who, in general don't like to see such people succeeding because they see it as "forgetting their class"
The guy is a massive piece of **** and the beer sucks too.
 

Morkai

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They are a***holes indeed, but IF someone was to give you one of these you wouldnt be disappointed (probably because of Evil Twin).
9% and drinks like a 5%.

But, yes, I avoid buying their beer and stick to people like Verdant, Deya etc.

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