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It’s been a year of hardships for the beer industry in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. And yet, according to Beverage Industry Magazine, e-commerce is driving triple-digit growth in alcohol sales. In the U.S. alone, as the pandemic began wreaking havoc, the total e-commerce penetration

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When the skies turn cloudy and the mercury drops, you want a beer infused with enough alcohol to warm your bones, and a pint of strong beer is only too happy to oblige. Brewing strong beers has historically been a specialty of regions where winters are

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Ah, 2020. From taps running dry to breweries shutting down permanently to learning to adapt to the “new normal” - the last 12 months have certainly been hard. But even in a year that was largely controlled by the pandemic, the Indian beer world has

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According to Abhinav Jindal, CEO of Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP. and founder of BeeYoung and Yavira - two craft beer variants that have quickly carved a name for themselves in the Indian craft beer industry,  "the beer industry is always trying to fill the gaps

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Abiding by the government's vision of Indian Brands staging at global markets, Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP, a corporate and manufacturing entity in the alcohol beverage segment has forayed into the international market just after completing a year of operations in India. One of the two

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Before there was civilization, there was beer.  The oldest recorded recipe in the world is that of beer and also happens to be a song of praise to Goddess Ninkasi, the Sumerian goddess of beer and fertility. It was written in 1800 B.C. And the Pyramids

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[caption id="attachment_16013" align="alignleft" width="543"] Mr. Abhinav JindalCEO and Founder of Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP[/caption] Worldwide, beer is hailed as one of the most socially acceptable and culturally cherished alcoholic beverages. Made from a mix of all-natural ingredients like malt, hops and yeast, beer is about 90-95 percent

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While Hoegaarden, Budweiser, and Corona are some of the most sought-after international brands, home-grown brands are gradually proving their mettle in the Indian beer market. One of them is Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP which has launched two beer brands - Bee Young and Yavira. The company

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