The term “IPA'' has become synonymous with craft beer in the minds of many beer drinkers. Today, there is no other beer style that has been as continuously decorated, redefined and renovated as much as an IPA. Especially in a country like the United States,
It’s fairly common in the craft brewing industry to shift course and pick up a new trend that emerges from the creative minds of brewers. One of the latest emerging trends has left people scratching their heads, courtesy of Cold IPA. So, what exactly is
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India Pale Ales are extra hoppy brews whose origin dates back to 1815. In the last 50 years, American breweries have tried to put their own spin on this classic. They have tried to push the boundaries of how
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
India Pale Ales are extra hoppy brews whose origin dates back to 1815. They come under the category of Pale Ales but unlike regular Pale Ales, India Pale Ales celebrate hops and tend to focus less on the favours of the malt.
Originally, the IPAs were
Ladies and gentlemen, it is finally summer. To tackle the heat, you’re surely going to need a few hoppy IPAs. Lucky for you, we had some time on our hands to round up 7 homegrown packaged IPAs to beat the heat this summer.
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American craft brewers are bold and their brewing techniques are something to look out for. During the last decade, we have witnessed several beer styles which have emerged from the American microbreweries. Eventually, these beer styles have managed to find a place on BJCP style
After a successful launch of their first-ever growler station in Pune, Mumbai-based Drifters Breweries is all set to launch two additional growler stations in Mumbai’s Powai and Thane, this January! The brand new space has both pickup and delivery services for beer enthusiasts to quench