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Have you ever walked into a place and fallen in love with the smell of the place? Of course, this happens with mostly bakehouses, but this time I fell in love with the smell of a brewery. Yes, a Micro-Brewery. District 6, Orion Mall, has

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This festive season, celebrate with a Black & Jack IPA from Gateway Brewing Co. They are set to launch their delicious IPA, the Black & Jack IPA in two soul-satisfying variants. Just like the BlackJack winning hand, this inspired blend brings together two brews to make an aromatic dark IPA that trumps conventional pale

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After really long lockdowns and ending Pandemic, Bengaluru is getting back to normal and that makes my heart full. What more than beer can fill our lives with happiness right now. Bangalore is gearing up to be back on track and with many Burger joints

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Soon NFTs will become much more than digital art, transforming into a necessary part of a multi-layered virtual experience that changes how we think about digital luxury goods. This is the guiding principle behind Trace Network Labs’ work towards ushering in the next generation of

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We know reading the above headline has you intrigued as to what are growler stations and why should they excite you? Aren’t we in the midst of a pandemic? Nothing is exciting enough anymore, except this news is here to change that! Growler stations are hubs

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Why don't you Bid farewell to tea and biscuit, and say Hello to the new Biscoff Beer? There is a new beer brewed in England by two microbreweries, The Driftwood Spars Brewery and Fallen Acorn Brewing Co. that uses the Lotus biscuit. This beer, named Niflheim

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Each year, women from the Pink Boots Society collaborate with Yakima Chief Hops to select the annual blend recipe. For the 5th annual blend, YCH was able to offer a virtual selection kit to any active Pink Boots Chapter in the world! This resulted in

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Collaboration brews or “collabs” have come a long way among Indian microbreweries.  They are an ode to the craft beer industry’s unique spirit, which encourages sharing knowledge, equipment, raw materials, staff, and recipes. And it is this very shared value for a culture of cooperation

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This interview is a part of a continuing series of interviews with the Brewers of the beer brewing community from across the World. Brewer World will share business and personal insights from Brew masters, Head Brewers, Brewing Managers each week to help build the industry

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Oktoberfest is the world’s largest folk festival, celebrated in the city of Munich. It is also the biggest construction site in Munich, Bavaria recurring every year. Even though the festival lasts about 16 days, the entire construction on Munich’s Theresienwiese takes more than 70 days.

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