UK-based crowdfunding brewery BrewDog announced on Thursday it has appointed Allison Green to be CEO of BrewDog USA, which is located nearly Columbus, Ohio. BrewDog reported that Green has been part of its crew for the past three and a half years as Global Chief of Staff and has been involved in all areas of the business, which included specific responsibility for People and International Sales.
“I remember the open houses we did in a half-built brewery where hundreds of incredible people came to see what BrewDog was all about. We told them we were going to create something amazing here, which T and the US team has done! I am more than delighted to have the opportunity to join the US business as its CEO and continue our great work and momentum.”
As previously reported, BrewDog was established in 2007 by James Watt and Martin Dickie. The brewery has more than 30 bars in the UK as well as 16 international bars, and its brewery in Columbus, Ohio, which opened in 2017. The Equity for Punks initiatives, which altogether raised more than £60 million through the previous rounds. The brewery reported it is owned by over 80,000 people, who invested in the funding rounds in order to “change the world of craft beer, forever.”
BrewDog USA Inc. has reportedly so far employed more than 200 people at its 42-acre site outside Columbus, Ohio with a 100,000 sq. ft., state-of-the-art brewery, the world’s first crowd-funded craft beer hotel (The DogHouse) and an 8,000 square foot restaurant, DogTap. BrewDog USA previously raised funds $7 million from more than 8,000 Equity Punk investors through last Regulation A+ round.
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