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And is anyone surprised, by either the dead trees used as a cash cow or that brewdog aren't doing anything?.


Isn't he a bit distracted by a Toffolo.

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As usual, a load of crap from both sides of the fence.


It is clear, the writer has an agenda and nothing else matters and the planting didn't go as planned either but calling a less than a year old planting a failure is a bit premature. Judge it in year five, perhaps.


The comments are very typical of armchair experts touting a load of rubbish.  

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41 minutes ago, Muddy42 said:

Pleas think twice about drinking Brewdog. They have bought estates in Scotland, sacked the staff and keepers all in the name of rewidling.

The 2 guys started out making beer to be anti corporate/anti establishment, but they have now become a global corporate giant themselves.


The beers of theirs I have tried, I've not been a fan of, but I know they have a huge fanbase.


Years ago there was a mega offer on the "lost lager", they were giving it away, and for every pack they would apparently plant a tree.

So one of those dead trees is mine!

Didn't like the lager, but hey it was 'free'

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