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In the mid-seventeenth century, an industrial revolution began in England. The revolution proved to be a catalyst for new growth and development in London. People of the working class had flooded into the city to make their fortunes. As we all know, hard work makes

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Porters are a dark beer named after working-class port workers (also called Porters) that considered this drink a part of their daily lives. The Eighteenth-century British working-class preferred this dark ale after a hard day’s work. When the people in the Baltic region discovered this

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AD Singh Founder, The Olive Group With ambitions set high, AD Singh of the Olive Group, was established to create a fine-dining gastronomical adventure which always leaves you wanting more. In 2000, Olive Bar and Kitchen opened a rustic hideaway in Bombay where food, drink, laughter and

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John Eapen Founder & Blogger, Tales of Froth India’s tryst with Beer began centuries ago, as far back as 1500 BC. The composition was fermented barley and rice based beverages flavored with local fruits and spices. These beverages exist till today in select regions of the country.

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Anoor Paripati Owner, Zero 40 Brewing Spread over four levels and covering a built-up area of over 15,000sq ft., on the quaint Road #10 of Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad lies Zero40 Brewing – a microbrewery, with an edge and an affinity for welcoming four-legged furry friends into their

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