Attendees get eleven craft beers shipped to their doors for coordinated virtual tastings and events.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced the cancelation of events around the world, but it hasn’t stifled organizers’ creativity. From drive-thru county fairs to online nacho cook-offs, Americans have been finding new ways to safely
The Karnataka government has "conditionally" granted permission for stand-alone microbreweries to sell their beer stock as takeaway till June 30. This will be on an experimental basis from May 14 to June 30 until exhaustion of existing stock of beer, whichever is earlier, it said
Chugging beer from cans and bottles is universal. But nothing quite beats the thirst-quenching joy of craft beer, freshly poured at your local microbrewery.
Is it possible to get this freshness in taste, flavours and aroma to-go? Yes, it is. But only with the help of
Restaurants and hotels, which are sitting on a liquor stockpile of around ₹3,000 crore, are asking state governments to allow them to sell the stock lying with them due to the coronavirus lockdown.
The liquor industry along with restaurants, bars as well as some online food aggregators
The signs appear ominous for all tipplers as the first move to restart sale of liquor after it was stopped on March 25, began with the state-owned Kerala State Beverages Corporation (Bevco) - the sole wholesaler of liquor and beer in the state, sought the
Maharashtra government on Tuesday allowed home delivery of liquor in the state. As per the order, licensed shops will be allowed to deliver Indian-made foreign liquor, mild liquor, beer and wine.
However, there are certain restrictions.
Delivery of alcohol by a shop can only be made within
India’s flip-flop on permitting alcohol sales after a prolonged ban during the coronavirus lockdown has left beer manufacturers in the lurch.
On May 4, the country lifted its 40-day ban on the sale of alcohol but was forced to shut stores in some areas within hours
Many breweries currently have beer in inventory with many weeks or months of age, which puts them in unknown territory. Deciding what to do with that beer is difficult and important. This is especially true for taprooms and brewpubs who have never packaged before and
Today Bob Pease, president and CEO of the Brewers Association, met with U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on small and independent breweries and ways that the federal government can help assist the brewing industry during these difficult
4 months ago, people were making plans to head out, meet friends, drink beer and celebrate the little and big things in life. That’s no longer possible today thanks to coronavirus, at least for the moment.
Our grudging, but voluntary isolation has also led to an