Plug on and swing to some of the most awesome beer songs as you scroll the list of best microbreweries in India.

Plug on and swing to some of the most awesome beer songs as you scroll the list of best microbreweries in India.

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  1. The Biere Club (Bangalore ) – The entire credit for the beer revolution goes to Bangalore’s first brewpub – The Bierre Club. Located in the posh and busy streets of Lavelle Road, The Biere Club sprawls across three floors, giving its guests a feel of an old British pub with vast wooden décor, windows and low light. Over the years its wheat beer has become synonymous with its name. Apart from wheat beer it also brews Stout, The Premium Pilsner, Golden Ale and several seasonal (spiced ale, lemon honey brew, blackberry wheat, etc.) and special beers (IPA, Belgian Strong Ale, Barley Wine, etc.) Best Picks – Wheat Beer, Apple Ale and Lager. (Source: Nomad HQ)The Biere Club MICROBREWERIES IN INDIA Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  2. The Beer Cafe (Delhi) – A cozy café with outlets in Saket, Vasant Kunj and Connaught Place, this is the self-proclaimed “beeriest place in town.” On draft are beers such as Hoegaarden and the Australian brand, Foster’s, and a huge collection of bottled beers are stocked as well, of which the Belgian and Japanese varieties are must-try selections. To ease the flow of beer and conversation, the menu is full of addictive Indian snacks such as Maggi (instant noodles) and battered fried veggies, plus pizzas that fuse international flavors with toppings such as chicken tikka, paneer (Indian cheese), jalapeño peppers and mozzarella cheese. The interior design ranges from rustic brick walls to lounge sofas, but the staff is consistently cheerful and helpful at all locations. (Source: Forbes)beer cafe delhi microbrewing Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  3. Doolally Brewing Company (Pune) – Derived from the name ‘Deolali’  which means going insane, Doolally is Pune’s first microbrewery where you get handcrafted beer which actually has taste, aroma, flavour and what not. Currently, they brew Wheat, Dark, Premium Lager, Cider and Rye. One of the most preferred Dark – which has a hint of chocolate/bitter malt like flavor.  Punekars are really fond of this place. You also get Pitchers and Pints here.doolallys brew house Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  4. The Barking Deer BrewPub (Mumbai) – Mumbai’s First Microbrewery, this place is situated right at the centre of Lower Parel in Mathuradas Mill Compound, yes, the same place where you can find all the best pubs, cafe’s and bars. A year since, it got its license, the place serves you the beer that Mumbai has never tasted. You get India pale ale, Flying Pig Belgian wit, and Bombay blonde ale along with some finger licking snacks such as Irish Lamb Stew and Shephards Pie.The Bar at The Barking Deer Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  5. Prost (Bangalore) – Imagine your craft beer in tall glasses with just the right crispness and flavor! Then Prost is the right place for you. The place boasts of 6 regular varietals – Apple Cider, Prost Special, Jonas’ Fave, Wheat Beer, Irish Red and Stout. Occasionally they even have the not-so-great but different Chocolate Beer as well. The huge glasses of beer and generous portions of food will surely make this place into your diaries. The best part about this place is – all the beers are available on tap as well. Best Pick: Apple Cider, Irish Red and Stout.(Source: Nomad HQ)prost micro brewery bangalore Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  6. The Pint Room (Delhi) – The choice hangout among beer aficionados in Delhi, The Pint Room (located on the second floor of the Ambience Mall in Vasant Kunj) is evidence that Delhi’s watering holes have come of age. The wide collection of ales and lagers includes everything from Schneider Weisse from Germany and Hoegaarden from Belgium, to dry Japanese beers such as Asahi. The colorful décor and spacious cushioned seating are conducive to an evening of catching up over a variety of beer styles.  (Source: Forbes)pint room india Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  7. Vapour (Bangalore) –  if you want to snuggle up some fresh and crisp craft beer. Regulars over here vouch for its roof top. Unlike other microbreweries, this place has just 5 amazingly crafted beers – Vapour Basmati, Vapour Premium, Vapour Dark, Vapour Wheat, and Vapour Ale. The prices are affordable and their delectable range of food compliments it very well. The guest can also sample any four craft beers at just Rs. 150. Even the beer cocktails are quite recommendable. Best Picks: Vapour Basmati, Vapour Wheat and Vapour Dark.(Source: Nomad HQ)vapour bangalore micro breweries india Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  8. Toit (Bangalore) – No one can ever ignore the existence of this place. Nestled in the busy 100 ft road, this brewpub was started in 2011. With the focus more on their well brewed beers than on anything, Toit still has the charm to keep its loyal customers intact. Living up to its much hyped expectations till date, the microbrewery boasts of six regular brews – Dark Knight, Colonial Toit, Basmati Blonde, Toit Red, Tintin Toit and Toit Weiss, as well as several seasonal and festive ales. Make sure to book a table for yourself over the weekend if you do not wish to kill time waiting forever in the queue. Best Pick: Smoked Scottish Ale, Dark Knight and Colonial Toit. (Source: Nomad HQ)toit brewery pub microbrewery india Microbreweries In India ~ One Beer At a Time
  9. There about 20 microbreweries in India today. This might still be a sliver in comparison to the 1,167 brewpubs in the US as of May 2013, according to Brewers Association, but the good news is there are many in the works.
  10. For now though, these 20 brewpubs and their preservative-free, full bodied, flavored beers will do in what is a disruptive effort to get a fair share of the 1.5 liters of beer that an Indian consumes every year. Also in their sights are brown spirits, which have ruled Indian drinking habits for long. “Consumer preferences in metropolitan India have over the last decade or so undergone a tectonic shift and the idea of a better beer sits bang in the middle of this macro trend,” 36-year-old Suketu Talekar, COO at Pune-based Doolally Brewing Company, explains. (Source: Entrepreneur)

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