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Great State Aleworks, a Pune-based specialized craft brewery known for collaborations, launches their third edition of beer festival ‘Deep Dive’ showcasing over 50 beers by more than 25 breweries across a span of 3 days. To top everything, Deep Dive 3.0 is a Collab special

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BLR Brewing Co. is a brewpub spread across three locations in the Garden city - Bengaluru. Recently it launched the third outlet in JP Nagar. The theme of the place talks about 5 elements: Earth, Water, Air, Fire & Space all together in one place.

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The Beer of India Awards is a celebration of the art and science of brewing. It aims to award excellence in the Indian brewing industry. A national competition that has made an impact on consumer awareness about different beer styles and flavour profiles while promoting

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After 8 successful festivals in Mumbai and Pune, Tapped is now an all things craft festival. Prepare for a perfect Sunday picnic with more than 60 craft beers on tap from around 9 breweries, exciting food pop-ups, beer games and a chance to drink big

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Pune’s first microbrewery, Doolally, known for its artisanal brews, is all set to woo the beer lovers and enthusiasts with ‘All Stars Tap Takeover 2022’. All breweries, home brewers and mad scientists in Mumbai & Pune are gearing up to participate in the craziest and

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Discover homegrown craft beers, at the first edition of Deep Dive, a craft beer festival by Great State Aleworks.   Great State Aleworks, a Pune-based specialised craft brewery known for collaborations, launches its first ever beer festival showcasing over 45 beers by more than 16 breweries across

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With the Christmas lights set up, Xmas tree decorated and the presents wrapped up & tucked under the tree, you’ve officially completed your holiday to-do list, and you deserve a beer. Not just an ordinary beer but you need the best pint of seasonal beer

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Kentucky Common is a rare historical beer style which was exclusively brewed and sold around the Louisville, Kentucky area. It is one of the beers that Americans can call native. Before prohibition, this American style was fairly popular in the Bourbon territory as it was

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