BrewDog saw turnover increase by 56% to £112m in the year ending December 31, 2017, with earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) up to £9m (compared to £6m in 2016).
Punk IPA remain the brewer’s most popular beer, followed by Dead Pony Club and Elvis Juice. Draught beer represents just 25% of sales.
Highlights of the year included 78% UK sales growth, raising crowdfunding of £7m in America and £10m in the UK, and launching the new brewery in Columbus, Ohio.
Co-founders of the business, James Watt and Martin Dickie, said: “Without the people who make up our crew, we wouldn’t have been able to launch our biggest ever bar in Columbus Ohio, and announce our first ever brewpub, which will open in London in 2018.
“It’s our crew who also enabled us to log our sixth consecutive year in the Sunday Times Fast Track 100, take on rapid expansion into key international markets, and recruit some incredible people around the world.”