Brewdog flouted US laws over beer imports

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Well, fine, but do you really think the other car manufacturers are any more moral?
There are dozens of companies that I'm familiar with that do try to do right and are more ethical. Are they perfect? No but they are better than a lot of their competitors. Anyway, I never ask for perfection in a family member, friend, clerk, company. I only ask that they try to do the right thing.
 
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Watched the documentary this evening and a couple of things jumped out.

I got the distinct impression that somewhere along the Brewdog journey their heads got turned by power and money and lost sight of why they got into making beer in the first place. That or it was all a facade from day one.

Also looks like Martin Dickie seems to have taken a bit of a seat whilst James Watt head off on his power trip. Watt himself seems to be a real nasty piece of work.
 

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I mean, you could vow to never buy another Volkswagen cos VW lied about diesel emissions. Well, fine, but do you really think the other car manufacturers are any more moral?

Do VW treat their staff like ****?
Looks like BD may not be winning employer of the year any time soon.


 
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