Art of Conversation:
How two humans and one dog started a revolution in a shed, on a remote industrial and godforsaken estate in Scotland.
It was back in 2007 that BrewDog came howling into the world. 10 years later they opened an outpost for amazing craft beer in Tallinn's Rottermann quarter, returning barley to what used to be a grain elevator.
As co-founder James Watt puts it, BrewDog was built on the punk mentality. Learning the skills needed to do things on your own terms being in the core of it.
Rejecting the status quo, being passionate and always staying true to one's self. Those are key ingredients in the culture and the craft beer that have made BrewDog one of the fastest growing food and drinks producers in the UK.
A business, which started with only £30'000 now rocks a turnover in excess of £70m. They tore up the business rule book and did things on their own terms.
"Businesses fail. Businesses die. Businesses fade into oblivion.
Revolutions never die.
So start a revolution, not a business."
-James Watt, Co-founder, BrewDog
Two humans and one dog did not just start a brewery - they set out on a mission to make other people as passionate about great beer as they were.
That revolution is taken forward in Tallinn by our hostess and Vice-Chairwoman of BECC, Kristi Ramsden.
The general theme for the evening is how divergent thinking and creativity helps shape our work and lives. Revolution. Or craft beer. Or both... It's up to you.
This event series brings together interested people in a relaxed atmosphere. You can talk business, but don't mention your own.
We gather at 19:00. There is no dress code, no event fee and you're advised to be yourself. But do keep in mind this is a business event.
The first 30 drinks are on the house.
And every story is priceless.