With the “Vocal for Local '' and “Make in India” slogans paving their way into every industry in India, the consumers and the market are expanding like never before. Craft beer industry is seeing a boom with breweries popping in every city. Why should the
Women and Beer, a stereotype was always attached, but not any more. The idea of Women drinking beer or rather alcohol was always a point of discussion in India. Little did we know that beer was invented by women.
In England and other parts of Europe,
The beer culture in India seems insatiable, regardless of whether it is the old fashioned bottled beer you buy from the corner store or the upscale craft beer sold as an experience. During the last two and a half decades, the beer industry has seen
Probicient and Origgin Ventures, a specialist in early stage deep-tech start-ups and venture co-creation, in collaboration with Brewerkz, Singapore’s longest running craft brewery, launch the world’s first probiotic beer.
With Brewerkz as the first brewing partner, more than $1.5 million was invested into the development of
United Breweries, the former flagship brand of the UB Group, has been acquired by Heineken. As a result, Heineken's shareholding in UBL will be up to 61.5 percent in 2021 after it acquired additional ordinary shares in UBL on June 23, 2021. Additionally, United Breweries
The Geist Stratosphere Lager will be India’s first packaged craft beer
to be conceptualised and brewed by an all-woman team. And no, it’s NOT pink.
On the occasion of women's day, Geist, South India’s first distribution craft brewery is brewing something special this year. The brand has
Seven years ago, Bira 91 was conceptualised in an effort to pioneer the craft beer experience in India but today stands as one of India’s most iconic youth culture brands. A brand known for reimagining beers as we know it, celebrated its 7-year milestone on
Excise Minister K Gopalaiah said on Thursday that the State Government hasn't yet proposed raising excise duties on liquor.
In a press conference following the pre-budget meeting with Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, he spoke of the CM's promise to give the department a much-needed facelift after
● Excise duty harmonisation to help Government garner more revenue and help consumers get value/premium spirits at a price point comparable to neighbouring states.
● Harmonisation measure to help in attracting new investment and create more direct and indirect employment opportunities.
In the wake of the upcoming
This interview is a part of BW Beerpreneur, a continuing series of interviews with the Beer Entrepreneurs, owners of the beer brands from across the world. Brewer World will share business and personal insights to help build the industry network and consumers to understand their