In terms of consumer appeal, the word “local” creates a powerful impression. There’s always a certain pride we bear when we support brands and businesses that are crafted with nativity at the core. And that’s probably why it’s such a marvellous time for craft beer
Barleywines are strong malty ales that have originated from England centuries ago. It is characterised by its full body and high strength, usually between 8 - 12% ABV. Despite being made with barley grain, they are named because Barleywines approach similar alcohol levels of wine.
Collaboration brews or “collabs” have come a long way among Indian microbreweries. They are an ode to the craft beer industry’s unique spirit, which encourages sharing knowledge, equipment, raw materials, staff, and recipes. And it is this very shared value for a culture of cooperation
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
Wine has always been hailed as the ultimate beverage to consume with food. Yet many certify that beer is just a good match…if not even better! This Friday, a bunch of industry experts from F&B space have shared some insights on what factors make beer
This March, Bengaluru-based 7 Rivers Brewing Community took their Women’s Day celebrations up by several notches by making an exciting announcement: a collaboration with Pink Boots Society, an international non-profit organisation supporting women in beer as part of their annual global Collaboration Brew Day.
It’s no surprise that the world of beer and brewing is primarily dominated by males. Despite this, there are several women working either directly in or closely in association with the Indian beer industry, filling in some seriously influential roles – and many more who