With the Government passing new laws in favour of micro-breweries and simultaneously announcing city-wide lockdown in Pune, the biggest question which is arising in the minds of everyone involved in the brewing industry is “How will we survive? What measures should we take to prevent
It took a global pandemic, an almost 60-day lockdown and a crumbling economy to finally reach this monumental milestone in Indian beer history. Yesterday, thanks to the persistent efforts of the Maharashtra Chapter of the Craft Brewers Association of India (CBAI), the Maharashtra state excise
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
Brewer World conducted its first-ever webinar series on Friday, 24th April, to discuss the threats to the Indian beer business, brought on by the COVID-19 lockdown.
Hosted by co-founder and managing director, Anitha Raghunath - the webinar was moderated by Ishan Grover, brewer and founder at
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
Founder, Great State Aleworks
Head Business Development & Partner
Great State Aleworks is a production only craft brewery based out of Pune. Their priority is to brew the finest craft-beer they can, to constantly experiment and test the boundaries with recipes and ingredients.