A hot country. A huge alcohol market. A burgeoning, youthful middle class. India, by any standard, should be a country that reaches thirstily for a beer. But, the ground reality is starkly different.
At around 2 liters per capita, India is Asia’s lowest per capita beer
Ringing in the new year with beers is the best thing possible in this pandemic. But, with the curfew being imposed and not being able to spend an all nighter at your favourite brewery or pub, we suggest you pick up some of the best
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
Here’s our annual mega round up of India’s popular craft beer brands, so you don’t miss out!
Note: This is a list that compiles Indian brands who either define themselves as ‘craft’ or have ventured into the craft beer segment with beers that, by their definition,
They say unexpected combinations spring surprises.
When pure unfiltered German lager matured via the advanced brewing techniques of the brewers of Maka meets citrusy lemonade made by Borécha, the result is sheer summery magic in the form of a crisp, citrusy ‘lager-ade’.
They’re calling it ‘Shandy’ –
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
[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
Funky sour ales in the summer, juicy IPA-drenched monsoons, and winters soaked in heady barrel-aged stouts: no matter where you travel in India and what time of the year, the country is always thirsting for some craft beer, fresh off the taps.
It’s true that “Big
[vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_column_text]People love beer. That’s why it’s the world’s third most widely consumed beverage.
People also love traveling. Some even say it has the power to change your entire life.
But there is something to be said for traveling thousands of miles to another world solely in search