Normally, summers are synonymous with long breaks, trips to the beaches and the most delicious barbecues and cookouts. But probably, one of the simplest, fondest memories almost all of us have in common is fondly sucking on a thick, fleshy, incredibly juicy slice of chilled,
The 3rd Edition of London Beer Competition confirms that the craft beer movement continues to drive quality, packaging and value.
The 2020 results of third annual London Beer Competition results, the world’s leading competition that judges quality alongside packaging and value, have been released emphasising the
West Bengal’s beer market is facing a serious emergency situation with sales hitting rock bottom following the COVID-initiated lockdown.
One of the main reasons for the steep decline in the sales of alcohol is believed to be the 30% tax imposed on alcohol to increase the
You’ve seen bartenders drop olives into martinis before. But how about adding a pickle to your glass of beer?
The Internet’s favourite beer hack claims that tossing a pickle into a light beer just minutes before bringing it to your lips can give it a nice
If you’ve ever taken aluminium cans for granted, now would be the time to correct that.
There is reportedly a beer can shortage that has begun to hit the beer industry and has prompted American suppliers like Molson Coors and Karl Strauss to cut back on
In the course of recent years, brewers have been thinking of stranger things to put in their beers. You’ve probably already heard of glitter beer or the Swedish sewage brew - but take our word for it, there are some really strange beers that are
Ask a person from any other state in India: when it comes to mastering the art of living in a perennial state of contentment - no one does it better than the Goans. They derive their lifestyle choice from the Portuguese word “sossegado” meaning “the
Noble and stately, the 330-year-old metropolis of Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta), has long been regarded as India’s intellectual, artistic and cultural capital. The city is a vibrant mix of self-made middle class folks, hipster millennials and of course, the dapper gentry who spend their
Travelling through Europe is always fun and if you are a beer lover then it's like a kid in a candy store. This was my story exactly from my last European sojourn in July last year.
What I started with was a packed schedule with 12
With the Government passing new laws in favour of micro-breweries and simultaneously announcing city-wide lockdown in Pune, the biggest question which is arising in the minds of everyone involved in the brewing industry is “How will we survive? What measures should we take to prevent