The announcement came as the Aberdeenshire-based brewer and pub group, which turned over £10.8m in 2013, looks to expand its workforce by 25% in the next six months in a bid to maintain the momentum.
A recruitment process is already underway to boost its management team, with the firm currently advertising for a head of sales and account managers for the UK on and off-trades.
In total it aims to add 50 further staff to its current 200-plus workforce, which is employed across the company's network of bars, offices and brewery.
At least 35 of the new roles will be based in Scotland.
The brewer currently runs 12 bars in the UK, in cities such as Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, in addition to one in Stockholm. It is looking to open a further nine in the next six months, five in the UK and four overseas, with Sao Paulo, New Delhi and Brazil earmarked as locations. The next opening will be in Shepherd's Bush, London in November or December.
The recruitment drive comes as Brewdog prepares to unveil the £5m expansion of its brewery in Ellon this month, and as it is on course to raise the targeted £4m from its current crowdfunding ahead of January's deadline.
Its third Equity for Punks scheme had raised £3.6m within four months of its launch in June. The 42,500 shares available, which are being sold online for £95 each, will constitute 3.9% of the overall equity.
Brewdog co-founder James Watt said: "The third round of Equity for Punks will give a huge boost to our expansion plans and allow us to spread the craft beer revolution even further.
"Our equity punks are the cornerstone of everything we do and it is great to share our growth with them."
The company declined to give a profit forecast for the year, but Mr Watt said: "The media says the beer market is in decline, but it is just being redefined.
"Sales of craft beer are growing and will continue to grow, demonstrating the global thirst for beer with soul.
"The craft beer revolution has exploded from its starting point to an international movement."
On the recruitment drive, Mr Watt said the firm was looking to for "some beer maniacs who are as passionate about great craft beer as we are to join the team".