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WESTVLETEREN, Belgium: Belgium is only cautiously beginning to emerge from its coronavirus lockdown and its bars and restaurants won't open until next month at least. But the prayers of a lucky few drinkers have nevertheless been answered, with the release of a new batch of perhaps

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Chugging beer from cans and bottles is universal. But nothing quite beats the thirst-quenching joy of craft beer, freshly poured at your local microbrewery. Is it possible to get this freshness in taste, flavours and aroma to-go? Yes, it is. But only with the help of

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With a total of 4,200 stores being allowed to sell liquor across Karnataka, the state sold close to 43.4 lakh litres of alcohol out of which 7 lakh litres was beer worth Rs 15 crores. The government’s announcement of the first phase of the nationwide lockdown

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Brewer World conducted its second webinar series on Saturday, 25th April, to discuss how bad the COVID-19 lockdown impact has been on Indian beer business. Unlike our last webinar series that featured beer business owners, this series invited brewers from all over India to give

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