Georgia’s Scofflaw Brewing today announced plans to begin contract brewing with Scottish craft beer maker BrewDog. The fast-growing Atlanta-based craft brewery, which recently announced plans to expand its production capabilities to 30,000 barrels, will take advantage of excess capacity at BrewDog’s new 100,000 sq. ft. Ohio brewery until a new brewhouse is installed in March.
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Independent craft brewer, BrewDog today broke ground on The DogHouse, the world’s first crowdfunded craft beer hotel, at the site of its U.S. headquarters in Canal Winchester, Ohio.
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