Tag Archives: Craft

Bangalore is India’s Silicon Valley city where 72 breweries are tearing up the beer rule book

Innovation in India’s Silicon Valley isn’t limited to hi-tech industries, with the brewing scene having been reinvented in the city in recent years There are lots of reasons to visit Bangalore, the leafy capital of India’s southern Karnataka state. There’s Tipu Sultan’s Summer Palace, built in the 1700s and one of India’s finest examples of Indo-Islamic architecture, and the ivy-clad Bangalore

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Big Beer makes backing craft hard – opinion

While Heineken’s recent 100% buyout of London’s Beavertown Brewery has brought despair from many quarters of the craft brewing scene, many commentators regarded it as inevitable. The Guardian’s Rob Davies said that, with Heineken owning a 49% stake since 2018, it “was always going to happen”, while beer writer Melissa Cole described it as “no big surprise”. Clearly they weren’t

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A group of women are bringing craft beer to Rwanda

Two Beers Brewing releases Drinking Boots IPA on April 19th. Silver City Brewery released Royal Tea Honey Cream Ale on April 9th. Dru Bru released Alpha Female Double IPA on April 1st. The Women of the Ballard Brewery district released its collaborative beer, (You Should) Smile More IPA, on March 31st. Those are just a few examples of beers brewed by women

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