BrewDog UK sales increase by 97%

Claire Dodd

Claire Dodd

31 May 2017

Scottish brewer, BrewDog has reported total UK sales increased by 97% and annual turnover grew 60% during 2016, to £72million.

Sales of Punk IPA also increased by 130%, according to data from Nielsen. Sales of its Dead Pony Club beer grew by 157%.

The company also reported that it shipped 214,000HL of beer during the year, with an additional 65 million bottles of beer shipped worldwide.

It also opened eight new bars, including sites in Norwich, Southampton and Berlin. The news follows the opening of a new 300HL brewing site, adjacent to its brewery in Ellon, near Aberdeen.

In April this year BrewDog sold a 22% stake in the business to San Francisco-based private equity house, TSG Consumer Partners for a total of £213m, valuing the company at £1bn. The company was founded 10 years ago by James Watt and Martin Dickie.




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