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Chris Jacobs and Candace L. Moon voted Craft Beer ‘Industry People of the Year’ by the CBMAs global judge panel Craft Beer Marketing Awards (CBMAs) announced its 'Industry People of the Year' awards for the 2021 award season, which concluded recently. The CBMAs awards season begins

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Around 500 years ago, the Duke of Bavaria introduced a strict law to control what goes into making beer. This law was called “Reinheitsgebot” and it literally translates to the purity law. Here is everything you need to know about Reinheitsgebot. Germany is a country that

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The Indian Beer brand Bira 91 is opening a new brewery in Madhya Pradesh. The brewery is Bira's fifth in India and its second in Central India. Before a planned initial public offering, B9 Beverages Pvt., owner of Indian craft beer brand Bira 91, hopes

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The United Kingdom Beer shortage is real. Yes, you heard me right. Christmas is just round the corner and the UK  is facing a beer shortage. This comes after Nando’s in Britain faced a shortage of chicken in August 2021 and McDonald’s ran out of

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A beer that is intentionally brewed to be acidic, tart, or sour to taste is called a Sour Beer. Microbes such as Lactobacillus and Pediococcus are used to sour the beer, while fungi like Brettanomyces can add some acidity. Sour and tart flavours are also

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Have you come across a smart container? A KegTracker? In light of the lockdown on breweries and distilleries, keg losses through COVID-19 restrictions are particularly distressing to suppliers, breweries, and pubs. Restaurant owners, pub owners, and hoteliers are all looking for ways to reduce waste and

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With Bengaluru closing by 9 PM everyday and the pubs and breweries opening up since the recent times, beer drinkers are currently mired in a debate over how their beer is served: from bottles or from taps. The draft beer scene is nil in Bengaluru.

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Women in beer is not new. Brewing has been done by women since ancient times. The male-dominated field of Brewing has been seen as dominant in the West for 150 years, but historically women engaged in it.  Women In Beer, The History Studies by ethnographers and archaeologists

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Microbreweries have been gaining popularity due to consumers' tendency to go out for beer and to discover a new spot in town. Cafés and quick service restaurants now include fresh flavors of craft beer to their menus, incorporating brewing culture into their menus. Craft beer

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