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
Whether it be stadiums, concerts, or the comfort of your couch, cans are the perfect packaging to have your cold brew. Not only do they protect your beer from light and oxidation, but they are also infinitely recyclable and chill faster than bottles.
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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,
When the skies turn cloudy and the mercury drops, you want a beer infused with enough alcohol to warm your bones, and a pint of strong beer is only too happy to oblige.
Brewing strong beers has historically been a specialty of regions where winters are
According to Abhinav Jindal, CEO of Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP. and founder of BeeYoung and Yavira - two craft beer variants that have quickly carved a name for themselves in the Indian craft beer industry, "the beer industry is always trying to fill the gaps
Abiding by the government's vision of Indian Brands staging at global markets, Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP, a corporate and manufacturing entity in the alcohol beverage segment has forayed into the international market just after completing a year of operations in India. One of the two
India has always had a rich history of homegrown ferments and brews and yet never has there been a beer made to celebrate and commemorate this history. Yavira - derived from the Sanskrit word for beer, aims to be India’s first native brew to honour
The story of BeeYoung is the story of youth. It started with an idea to create a brew that could deliver a crisp and clean yet punchy sip, every time, no matter the social setting. The idea was to find the choicest of ingredients and
While Hoegaarden, Budweiser, and Corona are some of the most sought-after international brands, home-grown brands are gradually proving their mettle in the Indian beer market.
One of them is Kimaya Himalayan Beverages LLP which has launched two beer brands - Bee Young and Yavira. The company