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Smoked beer is a unique style of beer which gives you a sensation of drinking a smoked sausage or a bacon. Smoked beers have a distinctive smoky flavour derived from malted barley which is dried over an open flame. Prior to the malt kilning and

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Remember the $1.1 billion acquisition of alcohol delivery app Drizly by Uber in February? This was a major-league example of how 2020 has reshaped the way consumers buy their alcohol. The Center of Disease Control & Prevention recommends food and beverage delivery as a simple way to maintain social-distancing practices during

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If you consider yourself a true beer connoisseur, you should know something about Belgium. Belgium is a theme park for all the beer enthusiasts and foodies. Beers of Belgium are distinctive and a fascinating mix of modern creativity. Trappist beers have originated centuries ago and

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With a powerful capability of processing images 60,000 times faster than text, the human brain, by nature, is hardwired for visual content. 90 percent of information that’s transmitted to the brain is visual. It makes sense that one of the main reasons why beer drinkers are

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Brussels – 6 May 2021 -- Anheuser-Busch InBev (Euronext: ABI) (NYSE: BUD) (MEXBOL: ANB) (JSE: ANH) (“AB InBev”) today announced that its Board of Directors has unanimously elected Michel Doukeris, President of AB InBev’s North America Zone, to succeed Carlos Brito as Chief Executive Officer

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From golden wheat beers and bright sours to amber-hued Belgian Tripels and dark stouts - the world of craft beer has styles spanning across the entire colour spectrum. ‘Colour’ is a huge topic of discussion amongst many craft brewers and beer connoisseurs as it can

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Carlsberg’s UK partnership with the world's leading independent conservation organisation, WWF, becomes front and centre for the brand in this new chapter of communications, reflecting the beer brand’s commitment to creating a better tomorrow for our planet. 'The Seal' dramatises Carlsberg’s contribution to the planting of

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Centuries ago when hops weren’t popular, brewers used all kinds of herbs and flowers to lend bitterness and flavour to ales. Gruit was widely used in ales which consisted of a blend of herbs, such as mugwort, yarrow, horehound, heather, wormwood, and other forgotten plants.

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