Thomas Bower told BrewDog that he believed he'd been the victim of sex discrimination.
It's BrewDog's latest in a line of beers with a political slant.
Who needs a wall when you can have a beer?
The real question is why the beer isn't peanut butter-, banana-, and bacon-flavored.
And yes, they’re referring to this benefit as “Paw-Ternity Leave.”
BrewDog's previous flirtations with high-octane alcohol involved a 55 percent ABV beer packaged inside of a dead squirrel.
Two brewers want to stick it to the King.
Scottish brewery BrewDog is introducing its End of History beer into the American market, and each of the bottles will be tastefully packaged inside a dead rodent.
This week, British beer company BrewDog announced the launch of the first “non-binary transgender beer” but is it really helpful to compare the transgender community to beer hops?
Britain’s Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) organisation is often criticised for its sexist marketing campaigns and lack of diversity, but the Lesbian and Gay Real Ale Drinkers group is pushing for this to change.
Last month, Yorkshire-based John Smith’s became the first brewery to send beer into space—with questionable results.