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June begins on a happy note for many beer lovers in Karnataka as the state authorities finally allow local microbreweries to resume craft beer production. Thanks to the combined efforts of the Craft Brewers Association of India and the Karnataka Excise, microbreweries all over Karnataka will

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The Karnataka government has "conditionally" granted permission for stand-alone microbreweries to sell their beer stock as takeaway till June 30. This will be on an experimental basis from May 14 to June 30 until exhaustion of existing stock of beer, whichever is earlier, it said

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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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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

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Even as liquor stores in Goa downed their shutters amid the COVID-19 lockdown, locals are increasingly opting for traditional hurrack as a substitute for their beer and brandy. Distilleries manufacturing hurrack, which are found in every nook and corner of Goa's villages, have even been

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