The Karnataka government’s conditional permission to allow breweries to exhaust their beer stock by opening the portal of home delivery and takeaway from May 14th to June 30 brought a sigh of relief and excitement to the city's breweries and beer lovers. During this period,
For the longest time, accessibility was one of the biggest barriers for beer consumption in a market with one licensed outlet per 18,000 Indians, compared with one per 300 Chinese (according to a new report, Beeronomics 2013, by UBS Global, a financial services and corporate
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has clearly stated his vision about Indian brands taking to the global stage. But do liquor brands have it in them to rise up to the challenge?
India's liquor brands have the potential of being a hit globally. Names such as Bira,
After off-shops and Bevco reopened across all zones, barring in containment areas, more good news awaits tipplers. The dwindling stock at warehouses of Bevco, the state-owned wholesale liquor agency, is set to be replenished soon, with the government permitting producers of India-Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL)
The Craft Brewers Association of India has demanded that microbreweries should be allowed to start take-away facility with the help of beer growlers.
As the coronavirus-forced lockdown stretches out, the 250-odd microbreweries across the country are staring at a loss of around eight lakh litres of
UP: Sale of beer cans drops drastically in Prayagraj
PRAYAGRAJ: The sale of beer cans in May this year has considerably declined as compared to last year because many consumers do not find chilled beer suitable for consumption due to the spread of coronavirus.
District excise officer
(CNN)A 103-year-old Massachusetts woman who recovered from Covid-19 celebrated with a favorite drink -- a cold beer, her family told CNN.
When Jennie Stejna tested positive for coronavirus in late April, her family began preparing for the worst, granddaughter Shelley Gunn said.
At one point, her family
The excise revenue is ₹1,387.20 crore while the state recorded total sales of ₹2,146.48 crore since 5 May
The fund crunch in Karnataka had forced BS Yediyurappa-led state government to hike duty on liquor by 17-25%
Allowing sale of liquor, as a lockdown relaxation measure, in Karnataka