U.K. craft brewer BrewDog is hoping to raise $50 million by February as it moves forward with plans to brew and sell beer in the U.S. BrewDog used a crowdfunding model to expand in the U.K., and will do the same in the U.S. with an initiative the company calls "Equity for Punks." Investors can buy two shares of the company for $95, which also comes with perks like discounts at BrewDog bars. Company Founder James Watt says within the past few weeks, four thousand U.S. investors have bought shares. BrewDog is Europe's largest craft brewer. TheStreet's Rhonda Schaffler has details from Wall Street.
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