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With December setting in, we’re officially gearing up for all things winter and warming. On that note, did you know there’s actually a category of beers called Winter Warmers? It’s true – Winter Warmers are malty sweet ales, with a solid malt presence in their

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In the not-so-distant past, within the industry, rice as a grain has long had a reputation as a cheap filler that large commercial brands use as an adjunct to water down their brews. But in the innovative world of craft beer, where creative brewers are

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In a year like no other, Shakesbierre Brewpub & Kitchen in Bangalore, has managed to stay on the course and churn out impressive hand-crafted artisanal beers consistently. This December, when things are just starting to get back in the groove, Shakesbierre is all set to

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Over the past three years of their existence, ShakesBierre Brewpub & Kitchen in Bangalore, has carved out a niche for itself when it comes to craft beers. They serve the classic wheats, IPA and also the stout. However, one beer has maintained an iron grip

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Whitefield is an island where there’s a good balance of business travellers, expats and tech professionals who are constantly on the lookout for a place to unwind. Bangalore's infamous traffic has fuelled the rise of neighbourhood hangouts matching the abundance of craft breweries. With the

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Aurum Brew Works collaborates with Godless band to launch Netherworld, a Trappist inspired beer in Bangalore. Aurum constantly aims to curate artisanal craft beers with best-in-class ingredients to ensure the finest quality of the brew. They provide an array of beers for the beer lovers

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After really long lockdowns and ending Pandemic, Bengaluru is getting back to normal and that makes my heart full. What more than beer can fill our lives with happiness right now. Bangalore is gearing up to be back on track and with many Burger joints

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Oktoberfest is the world’s largest folk festival, celebrated in the city of Munich. It is also the biggest construction site in Munich, Bavaria recurring every year. Even though the festival lasts about 16 days, the entire construction on Munich’s Theresienwiese takes more than 70 days.

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Ironhill India is a wonderland of breweries. An iconic spot for all beer lovers with a wide range of brews and galvanising ambience. This Oktoberfest, Ironhill India seeks to recreate the spirit of Bavarian festival by wooing its patrons with a legendary range of lip

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Tap your heels and raise a stein with Red Rhino’s stellar Oktoberfest in Bangalore. From traditional beers which trace back their roots to Bavaria, to the live bands and German fare, Red Rhino’s Oktoberfest will make you appreciate the German roots! Having enjoyed the patronage

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