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What is a place which is arguably better than a real library? The Bier Library. Renowned for their huge library of beer styles from around the globe and a staff that always knows what you’ll like. Just don’t try to taste them all in one

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Image Courtesy: Spiegelau Although it is much easier to drink straight from the bottle or a can, you really are not doing any justice to beer or your taste buds. It is always recommended to use a proper beer glassware to appreciate the beer style even

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New England style IPAs have become quite popular across the globe. Brewing a NEIPA is always a challenging task and requires more focus on the process than the recipe alone. Of late, appearance has become a great deal when it comes to this style. Relatively

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When ordinary beer wouldn’t survive the journey to India, a new pale ale was born. IPA is an answer to the problem of providing beer for the British Empire in the east. History Of IPA The earliest known brewery to export beer to India was George Hodgson’s

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With the world celebrating International Beer Day this August, here’s some more introductory and exciting news for you. Gateway Brewing Co. releases the most cherished and awaited beer back in town – Drumrolls for the legendary A1 IPA. Gateway Brewing Co. has been working on

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You might have wondered halfway through your third pint of Beer or halfway through your second plate of junk food, why do you often scarf them down together? When you're indulging in a cold beer, do you always reach for the bar food?  Humans have loved

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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

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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

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Every time you go to grab a pint you must have noticed your beer always doesn’t come in a pint glass. There are different types of glasses beer can be served in, and it’s all based on which style of beer you’re drinking. While the

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