We know reading the above headline has you intrigued as to what are growler stations and why should they excite you? Aren’t we in the midst of a pandemic? Nothing is exciting enough anymore, except this news is here to change that!
Growler stations are hubs
Craft beer enthusiasts in the city are either hard at work or looking for some new and freshly brewed beer options to sip on. At Brew Whale, they don’t just like beer, they love beer! A Mumbai based boutique craft brewery, Brew Whale makes artisanal
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Although it is much easier to drink straight from the bottle or a can, you really are not doing any justice to beer or your taste buds. It is always recommended to use a proper beer glassware to appreciate the beer style even
Natural Carbonation that happens during fermentation is what gives a beer its character and crispness. So imagine when the idea of adding more gas into beer, especially a gas that is not Carbon Dioxide was put forth the brewing community was fast to turn it
Chocolate takes shape in many distinctive ways. It has been a luxurious ingredient and the sole focus of people looking to indulge in exotic varieties. To honour this around the world, chocolate gets its own international day. Similarly in beer, chocolate plays a prime role
Pastry Stouts are sweet, rich, over-the-top dark beers loaded with high adjuncts and flavored to taste like liquid cakes, pie, cookies, and candy bars. It is an unofficial sub-style of imperial stout which showcases ingredients that are more commonly found in a bakery than a
A stout is one of the most clearly distinguishable beer styles on the planet. The dark, creamy beer style that we know as a Stout today, is nothing but a Strong Porter. The word stout was to convey that the beers were strong.
The first documented
There are few that rival the classic pairing of beer and pizza. But what if we said you could have your beer IN a pizza? Fine citizens of Bengaluru, get ready to experience dining akin to the Nordic gods, with Byg Brewski’s brand new beer-infused
When you hear “Sour” the things that pop up in the mind are lemon or sour cream or fermented products like vinegar etc. but never really sour beer! Something must have gone wrong with it, that’s the thought that might come when someone tells
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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.