A bold new video-on-demand network for the craft beer generation, The BrewDog Network, was officially launched today by independent craft brewery, BrewDog. To get viewers hot and heavy with excitement, content for the new network can be peeped on parody porn site, BeerPorn (www.beer.porn), which includes trailers for many of its 14 original series and genuine “beer porn” clips.

The BrewDog Network will be a subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service offering a broad range of beer, food, travel and entertainment shows, with hundreds of hours of fresh content available from day one; new content added weekly and a new series premier every quarter.

The parody porn site, BeerPorn, provides a sneak peek into the stimulating content subscribers can expect to enjoy, and demonstrates the network’s desire to offer the most compelling content on the web.

“The BrewDog Network is the new king of content” said James Watt, cofounder of BrewDog. “Craft beer is our passion – it’s always been what turns us on. And with the launch of the new network we no longer have to keep it as our dirty little secret. Porn may be the most popular content on the web today – but we’re about to change that. Our awesome shows span beer and spirits, food and travel, and everything in between, to deliver maximum viewing pleasure.”

“This is a new type of business. A new type of show business.” Watt adds. “This is BeerPorn.”

Hundreds of hours of fresh content

The BrewDog Network is pioneering a new model of SVOD (subscription video on demand) networks, centered around a passion for craft beer, expanding into its natural influences on food, culture and even business. For $4.99 per month, subscribers will immediately have unlimited, ad-free access to hundreds of hours of culinary voyages, game shows, distinctive documentaries, talk shows and of course, beer innovation.

The BrewDog cofounders will unveil ‘The BrewDog Show,’ an all new brewing travelogue that will appeal to fans of their previous hit series ‘Brew Dogs’ that ran for 3 seasons. accompanied by 13 other original series including: Zane Lamprey’s ‘Four Sheets,’ a comedic highlight reel of drinks culture around the world, and comedy game show ‘Are You Smarter than a Drunk Person?’ hosted by Parks & Recreation’s, Alison Becker. Rounding out the content offering will be a range of drinks-related acquisitions including William Shatner’s ‘Brown Bag Wine Tasting,’ ‘The Flying Winemaker’ and a range of hand-picked documentaries focused on everything from whisky to craft beer to absinthe.

Watt explains:

“After our previous TV show, ‘Brew Dogs’ got cancelled, we didn’t want to sit around in our underpants, crying into a tub of ice-cream. So we decided the only thing to do would be to build our own TV network. This is a genuine move to take the video-on-demand revolution to a new level. Driven by true passion and enthusiasm, we are doing exactly what we did with craft beer; raising standards and eyebrows in equal measure.”

Content on tap for iOS and Android users at launch

Like other streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, The BrewDog Network is available via the web and a stand-alone app on iOS and Android.

Established by Watt and his friend and brewer Martin Dickie in Scotland in 2007, BrewDog has grown into one of the fastest growing drinks businesses on the planet, opening its US brewery in Columbus, Ohio last year. The brewery has attracted over 80,000 individual investors through its groundbreaking Equity for Punks crowdfunding program.

Watt continues:

“Just as Netflix has pioneered mainstream streaming services, The BrewDog Network will be the first globally-recognized, passion-focused platform. We believe craft beer can be the inspiration for the most popular content on the internet – maybe even more popular than videos of cats falling off walls or celebrity sex tapes.”

Launch Series: (Alphabetical)

“Four Sheets”

Comedian Zane Lamprey picks up where he left off on his long-running series “Three Sheets” for an all-new world tour of drinking adventures.

“Are You Smarter Than a Drunk Person?”

How does the intellect of an average trivia competitor stack up against a MENSA genius who has had one too many drinks?

“Throwback Trivia”

Legendary game show host Marc Summers leads a nostalgic pop culture trivia game devoted to ‘80s and ‘90s culture… and day-drinking.

“Burgers and Beers”

Pairing beers with food is a tried and true tradition. We’re flipping the script by starting with the beer, and having Michelin-starred chefs create the perfect burger to go with it.

“The Nerdy Bartender”

Bartender and geek culture devotee Stacey Roy creates quirky cocktails based on comic books, pop culture, and meta-nerd lifestyle.

“Business Punks”

BrewDog co-founder James Watt interviews fellow business misfits who have clawed their way to success by breaking all the rules.

“Craft Beer Adventure Club”

A new kind of interview series; the entire show takes place while our host Joshua James and a homebrewer-turned-pro brew a new recipe in real time.

“Daily Drink”

The most creative bartenders in the world invent new cocktails and put ingenious twists on the classics in a cinematic take on the cocktail how-to instructional format.

“Out of Range”

Michelin-starred chef (and finalist in Food Network’s 2018 Iron Chef Gauntlet) Dave LeFevre trades white linen tablecloths for gritty food adventures in the wildest corners of the globe.

“Drinktionary”

From Absinthe to Zapata—and everything in between—drinks writer Matthew Latkiewicz explores a decidedly grown up version of the ABCs.

“Into the Wilderness”

Named “Best New Brewery in the World,” Arizona Wilderness Brewing finds inspiration for new recipes in the farthest reaches of the earth.

“Spirit Guide”

Scottish world traveler and spirits ambassador Johnnie Mundell travels the world in search of the people and places behind the spirits we love.

Acquisitions: (Alphabetical) “Brown Bag Wine Tasting” “Drinking Made Easy”
“The Flying WineMaker” “Surfing The Menu”

About BrewDog
Since 2007 BrewDog has been on a mission to make other people as passionate about great craft beer as we are. From the Headliner series, which includes bold, uncompromising pack leaders like the flagship Punk IPA, to the Amplified range (beer, but turned up to 11), BrewDog brews beer that blows people’s minds and has kick-started a revolution.

Cofounders James Watt and Martin Dickie shook up the business world in 2010 with the launch of pioneering crowdfunding initiative Equity for Punks, an initiative that has seen the company raise over £61m over five rounds, raising more money through online equity crowdfunding than any other on record. The funds and the army of punk shareholders (85,000) has enabled the Scottish craft brewery to scale up without selling out.

With over 50 bars across the globe, export into 60 countries, and a brewery in Ohio that launched in 2017, BrewDog continues to take the craft beer revolution stratospheric, whilst continuing to push the boundaries, invest in people, put the beer first, and champion other small breweries in its venues.

About The BrewDog Network
Launched in August 2018, The BrewDog Network (www.brewdognetwork.com) is a revolutionary subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service created and owned by Scottish craft brewery, BrewDog. Available on web and mobile app, subscribers can access unlimited, ad-free content, for just $4.99 per month. The network boasts hundreds of hours of awesome content; from craft beer innovation and drinking adventures, to game shows, distinctive documentaries and talk shows.From launch, the network will showcase 14 original series, as well as a selection of acquired shows, with more content being added during the first 12 months.

The BrewDog Network is the first independent network created by a brand and aims to become an online mecca for anyone who shares BrewDog’s passion for great craft beer.


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Raymond Melendez
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Co-Founder of Beer Alien. Raymond Melendez is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief for Local San Diego Metal website sdmetal.com. Besides Heavy Metal music, Raymond is also a movie buff and Craft Beer enthusiast. Which it's why he is also the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Popular Movie Review website 'MovieFloss.com' and Co-Founder of Craft Beer website 'BeerAlien.com'.

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