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Duvel (pronounced as Doo-vul, not Doo-velle) is Duvel Moortgat Brewery’s iconic flagship beer that has transformed the Belgian beer landscape. Based out of Puurs, Belgium, Duvel Moortgat is a fourth-generation family brewery founded in 1871 by Jan-Léonard Moortgat. Duvel’s inception marked the beginning of a quintessential

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Every year on June 15th - legal scholars, constitutional enthusiasts and the United Kingdom celebrates Magna Carta Day, commemorating the signing of the “Great Charter” that limited the powers of the English monarch. It was on this day in the year 1215, that a group

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Beer is one of the world's oldest and most fascinating beverages, not to mention one of the most delicious. When drinking beer, it can be hard to imagine that everything you are tasting comes primarily from just four ingredients: hops, water, malt, and yeast. Together,

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Lambic beer styles are deeply rooted in Belgian beer culture. They always have an element of surprise and mystery when it comes to the brewing process or its sensory. Lambic, known for its funky, fruity and sometimes barnyard-y flavour is characterised by complexity and balance.

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Pride celebrations take place throughout the year. So why does June get to be special? The catalyst of the Gay Liberation Movement – the Stonewall Uprising, took place on June 28th, 1969. In the wee hours of the morning on this day, the police raided a

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The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) exist to give nations and businesses a sure-fire way of prioritising their efforts when it comes to solving the world’s most pressing environmental, social and governance (ESG) challenges. The SDGs - also known as the Global Goals -

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Have you ever poured a beer or examined a bottle and noticed a cloudy layer of sediments floating around? Well, sediments in beer can occur due to plenty of reasons. Call it flakies, floaties, yeasties or sediment, they are primarily composed of protein particles resulting

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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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The pandemic has ushered in a new era of reform yet again, this time in Delhi. A recently released excise policy by the Delhi Government officially makes the Capital of India the second to make the growler policy permanent after Maharashtra last year. The policy

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