It's a commonly known fact that the Bavarians were the OGs of building brewery/ beer gardens. Open-air dining originated in Bavaria after brewers found that cooler storage temperatures benefit beer better. So to ensure the temperature stays cool all year-round, breweries began planting gardens above their underground storage cellars to
Once upon a time, if you were to ask someone the most happening places in Bengaluru, you’d get a handful of names like Koramangala, Indiranagar and Church Street. Bustling with life, music and the hottest microbreweries – these were the best spots to be at,
Five years ago, Guinness trialled an alcohol-free malt-based drink in Indonesia in response to the introduction of stricter drink laws in the south east Asian country. Now, its parent company, drinks giant Diageo, has unveiled a non-alcoholic version of the Guinness stout - Guinness 0.0 .
Dry & Aromatic beers have highly drinkable characteristics and are at the same time extremely flavoursome. Fermentis Academy presents a new webinar that will focus on yeast and fermentation conditions to control the dryness/attenuation and aromas expressed in beers. The webinar will present how yeast strains
Imagine having to leave in the middle of a perfectly riveting conversation only to go hunting for a bottle opener. How many drawers do you have to rummage through and how often do you find yourself reaching out for your keys because it’s suddenly dawned
On 25th August, the German Packaging Institute announced the German Packaging Award 2020 winners.
Both Krones AG and its subsidiary, Dekron, can look forward to receiving an award in the “Sustainability” category.
The prize-winning entry involves a beverage bottle, the design and lifecycle of
Every fall, beer fans from around the world block their calendar dates for the globally-renowned Munich Oktoberfest. But since 2020 scrapped all such plans for us (for the first time in 210 years, mind you!) Netflix came up with a virtual binge-worthy alternative to satisfy
“A civilization stands or falls by the degree to which drink has entered the lives of its people, and from that point of view Japan must rank very high among the civilizations of the world.”
Kenichi Yoshida — “Japan is a Circle” The Japanese view their drinking
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Although historically seasonal, nowadays, Saison (French word for season) beers are available all year round if you’re looking for an intense sparkling, refreshing and exceptional aromatic beers, with moderate bitterness, alcohol strength and a typical dryness. Originally produced back in the 17th century in Belgium (in
For a long time, Indians have enjoyed drinking their craft beer in different ways - from single pints at a bar to cracking open bottles on our rooftops, to knocking back cans during picnics and cookouts. And when Maharashtra became the first state to go