BrewDog to venture overseas
BrewDog, Scotland's largest indie brewery, have announced that they're going to start opening bars abroad (Deathwatch countdown starts now) on the strength of the fact that they are already exporting their beer to 32 countries and has opened 10 bars around the UK.
The company are looking at their strongest markets outside of the UK, which means pubs in Sweden, Brazil and Japan.
The firm's finance director, Neil Simpson, said: "I think the main growth is customers looking for a bit more choice - they're looking for a better flavour and they're fed up with drinking the same products all the time."
"So while it is perhaps seen as risky to invest abroad, the opportunities for us are there to grow."
There is a craft beer boom worldwide at the moment, but does this seem like a stretch too far for a company famous for stuffing their beer inside dead animals?