Brewer World conducted its first-ever webinar series on Friday, 24th April, to discuss the threats to the Indian beer business, brought on by the COVID-19 lockdown.
Hosted by co-founder and managing director, Anitha Raghunath - the webinar was moderated by Ishan Grover, brewer and founder at
If you take a moment to delve deep into the stories of some of India’s best microbreweries, you will notice how most are usually the result of a close-knit group of friends, coming together to make their collective dream of owning and working in a
AIBA, which represents 83 manufacturing breweries including United Breweries, Carlsberg, Bira, and Molson & Coors, has proposed creating special licenses for private e-commerce and food delivery companies.
The national association of beer companies has approached chief ministers of eight states this weekend seeking partial resumption of
Craft beer businesses are crumbling, bills are piling up and there is zero revenue for well over a month now. And now, as India moves towards the middle of lockdown phase 2.0, there is an impending sense of doom settling amidst brewers and brewery owners
The Indian craft beer industry is going through an existential crisis right now. There’s ale going stale in brewery tanks, production lines and supply chains that have been totally disrupted, hundreds of staff that could lose jobs and lakhs of rupees that are lying frozen
With beer sales hit by the coronavirus lockdown, small Brussels breweries are offering a delivery service to the homes of thirsty customers and, for some business, is booming.
All bars in Belgium have been shut since the start of the lockdown a month ago, dealing a blow
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Pubs, like other public venues, look set to stay shut for the foreseeable future. But what's going to happen to the contents of their cellars?
Fifty million pints - give or take.
That's the amount of beer expected to go unused in barrels if pubs remain closed
Many are turning to illegal liquor, say customs and police officials, who have seen a marked increase in seizures of hooch, which has in the past claimed thousands of lives among the poor unable to afford branded booze.
“I paid 700 rupees ($9) for a 170
Some of India's top beer companies have made many requests to the Centre and the state governments to allow partial resumption of brewing facilities, Mint reported. The companies are led by the All India Brewers’ Association (AIBA).
Keeping intact social distancing and hygiene practices at the