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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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Foeders are large vessels commonly found across breweries in Europe. Used for winemaking, foeders have transitioned into beer making tradition propelled by European brewers. Rodenbach, Brouwerij Boon and Liefmans are some of the breweries that feature foeders and use them for mixed-fermentation beers. So, what are foeders? Foeder (pronounced

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Picture an American Barleywine aged in bourbon barrels for 6 months and now picture it aged in wineskins or clay pots. Which one would you prefer? The one in barrels? Great Choice. In ancient times, beers were stored in many ways. But for the most part,

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