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It's a commonly known fact that the Bavarians were the OGs of building brewery/ beer gardens. Open-air dining originated in Bavaria after brewers found that cooler storage temperatures benefit beer better. So to ensure the temperature stays cool all year-round, breweries began planting gardens above their underground storage cellars to

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If you’re looking to get your craft beer fix whilst your beloved microbreweries remain shut, Pune has good news. Kimaya Brewing Co. is opening India’s first ever craft beer shoppe - a one-stop destination for craft beer lovers craving a taste of fresh, locally-brewed beer.

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Soon after the permission to open liquor shops, followed by the state government's permission to restaurants, clubs and bars to sell liquor at retail prices, comes good tidings for breweries. On Wednesday, the Excise Department allowed microbreweries to sell their stocked-up craft beers as takeaway

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Dileep Krishnan Co-Founder, S Brewing Company After two-years, 9 Degree Brew Works entered India’s evergreen craft beer market as the first Gluten free beer available in a bottle. 9 Degree beers are brewed with 100% gluten-free ingredients, ensuring a totally gluten-free and safe product. Industry veteran Dileep

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“Ravi Varma, founder and md, Hypro Engineers Pvt ltd, is an avid endorser of future technologies and sustainable solutions. Thanks to his vision and foresight, his company is now a global name in hygienic processing industry” Think opportunity, prosperity will find its way, he believes. According

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SHAILESH GANERIWALA & RISHABH SAWALKA Owners, Raize the Bar Spread over 5,000-square-foot, Raize the Bar (RTB) has become the next best nightlife destination in Salt Lake, Kolkata. Oozing with the aura of a complete package, from extensively curated menu’s palate teasing beers and constantly evolving events like

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Fabian Clark Technical Brewer, Muntons Malt Ask a brewer about the variety of their base malt and they will probably say: “it’s Pale Ale Malt” or “It’s Lager Malt.” If you are lucky just maybe someone might say: “It’s from a winter barley”. But, unless they’re making

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