Likely cause they've tried one sip, once, and think they know everything about their beers. Some are pretty poor (IMO) but others are up there with my favourites, each to their own and not one home brewe dude or small beer company would turn turn their success or how they have scaled up and become a large craft brewery. Shame lots of people don't seem to like success.
Not really, first of all it’s not overpriced. While it seems to have a trendy following it also has a normal drinkers following. Not sure how anyone can say they don’t like BrewDog as the range is so big and there is a massive differences in tastes and strengths. If your a drinker thee MUST be something you can drink in there range. The difference between dead pony, jackhammer and indie are massive so how people can just make a blanket comment.
Twitter. Plus I spoke to my local Brewdog to check.
Brewdog, the Apple of the beer world, pretentious and hipster.
I once got a flight of guest ales at Brewdog, Manchester. Got the train from Manchester to Leeds to come home. Missed my Leeds stop, missed the next stop at York because I was hugging the toilet. And then ended up in Northallerton where it was the last train. So had to pay £120 to get a taxi back to Leeds.