UK: West Brewery poaches BrewDog's sales chief

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 11 August 2010

BrewDog has lost its sales and trade marketing manager, Richard McLelland, to Scottish rival West Brewery, which is planning to build a new brew-house to meet growing demand for its beers.

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BrewDog has lost its sales and trade marketing manager, Richard McLelland, to Scottish rival West Brewery, which is planning to build a new brew-house to meet growing demand for its beers.

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