A North-east brewery is to hold a competition to find Europe's most passionate beer fans.
BrewDog has been accused of "outrageous" treatment of disabled drinkers after it removed an accessible toilet from a flagship pub.
Shareholders who bought BrewDog shares in 2011 look set to see a £2,700 return for every £100 they invested.
Craft beer firm BrewDog is now worth more than £1 billion after selling 22% of the business to a US private equity firm.
An exhibition from a galaxy far, far away has landed in Aberdeen.
Craft beer firm BrewDog has reversed its decision to force a family-run pub to change its name or face legal action.
Pets at Home is the latest business to introduce a new Pet-ernity leave scheme, following in the pawprints of BrewDog,
Aberdeenshire Councillors are expected to rubber stamp plans for a lagoon to be created in the North-east for brewery waste.
A craft brewing company is offering staff a week of paid "paw-ternity leave" if they get a new dog.
The boss of BrewDog has entered into fresh discussions with a North-east council following a public spat over the price of land for an expansion.
The boss of Aberdeenshire Council has hit out at drinks firm BrewDog after company publicly accused the authority of blocking its expansion plans by charging too much for a plot of land.
An award-winning Aberdeen salon will be holding an exclusive fashion show featuring trends from the 60s at an event to encourage people to buy local.
A Brewdog boss and a colouring book creator from the North-east have been honoured at Buckingham Palace.
Under 18s will be allowed into an Aberdeen nightspot until 8pm.
Concerns have been raised over the possibility of allowing under 18s into an Aberdeen nightspot.
An outdoor stadium could form part of plans to hold BrewDog's AGM in Aberdeen again next year.
Around 6,000 people from across the world today attended the BrewDog AGM in Aberdeen.
Two North-east companies have made it into the top 10 of a prestigious list of the UK's fastest-growing firms.
BrewDog is to expand its headquarters in a North-east town as part of a £25 million investment.
BrewDog boss James Watt has described his and his craft beer firm's appearance on a BBC documentary as "a bit of a disaster".
North-east craft beer firm BrewDog has released all of its recipes to the public.