The Craft Brewers Association of India has demanded that microbreweries should be allowed to start take-away facility with the help of beer growlers.
As the coronavirus-forced lockdown stretches out, the 250-odd microbreweries across the country are staring at a loss of around eight lakh litres of
Soon after the permission to open liquor shops, followed by the state government's permission to restaurants, clubs and bars to sell liquor at retail prices, comes good tidings for breweries. On Wednesday, the Excise Department allowed microbreweries to sell their stocked-up craft beers as takeaway
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
The Indian craft beer industry is going through an existential crisis right now. There’s ale going stale in brewery tanks, production lines and supply chains that have been totally disrupted, hundreds of staff that could lose jobs and lakhs of rupees that are lying frozen
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