BrewDog plans to build brewery in Australia


Multinational brewery and pub chain BrewDog has announced plans to construct a brewery in Australia.

The firm currently has facilities in Aberdeen and Ohio.

On its website, BrewDog stated it was “committed to shortening the distance between ourselves and the people who enjoy our beer.

“Just as our US Equity Punk community are now enjoying home-brewed BrewDog beer, our Australian shareholders and customers will be able to do the same”.

The firm selected Newcastle and Brisbane in Australia as two potential locations for the brewery site.

"BrewDog is searching for for an existing industrial site of between 2,000m² and 4,000m² in size that could be redeveloped."

BrewDog added: “We’re after a kick-ass location for our brewhouse, and are narrowing our eyes on two areas on the east coast growing at lightning speed.

"We love the vibe of these cities and think either would be perfect for a BrewDog brewery / brewpub.”

BrewDog is searching for for an existing industrial site of between 2,000m² and 4,000m² in size that could be redeveloped or a plot of land with could accomodate expansion plans in the future.

Australian native Zarah Prior will scout for the appropriate location.