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Bira 91, world’s fastest growing premium beer company has partnered with global wellness brand, VAHDAM® India to launch the Chamomile Tea Lager, a one-of-a-kind tea-based beer. Brewed to perfection, the beer is a unique rendition that takes the flavor innovation game in the industry to

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Bira 91, the world’s fastest growing premium beer brand, celebrates the IPA Day in style by launching six new IPAs across their Limited Release taprooms in Koramangala and Bengaluru International Airport. These newest innovations on tap will be paired with Bira 91’s exclusive ‘Curry Shop’

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Bira 91, the world’s fastest growing premium beer brand, in collaboration with Far Yeast Brewing Company, one of Japan’s most innovative brewing companies, today, launched its first Gose style beer, Yuzu Gose Sour. Traditionally, a Gose-style beer is a wheat beer which features low hop

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Bira 91, world’s fastest growing premium beer company, launched ‘Imagined in India’, a portfolio of four new limited-release beers – Bollywood IPA, Kokum Sour, Brown Ale, and Mango Lassi Ale – crafted with indigenous ingredients to tickle the Indian taste buds. ‘Imagined in India’ is

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In the run-up to the holiday season, Bira 91 kicked off a campaign that saw Santa and his elves take over the city of Bangalore Bira 91, the world’s fastest-growing beer company known for its quirky topical activations, has rolled out yet another exciting initiative embodying

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India’s favourite home-grown brands bring a refreshing new brew to the Bira 91 Limited Release Taproom in Bangalore Bira 91, the world’s fastest growing premium beer company in collaboration with non-alcoholic drinks brand Svami, has rolled out an exciting new beer on the block- a Cucumber

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Bira 91 - one of the world’s fastest-growing beer companies, winner of 5 medals at the European Beer Challenge Awards 2020 and the first South-East Asian organisation to partner with and implement the Cicerone Certification Programme - makes a mighty comeback by relaunching their ‘Limited

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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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