Craft Beer

BrewDog opens alcohol-free bar

BrewDog opens alcohol-free bar

By Rachel Arthur

Scottish craft brewer BrewDog has opened an alcohol-free beer bar in London this week: with a view to rolling the concept out across the UK and Europe.

Brewing up a storm in India’s craft beer wilderness

Brewing up a storm in India’s craft wilderness

By Richard Whitehead

Before enjoying a beer in India, savvy drinkers will follow a simple process. This is needed to remove the glycerin that saturates most beers and is used as a preservative in a country with a rudimentary approach to storage.

“More than two-thirds of Americans across the political spectrum want excise tax relief for the beer industry, which supports more than 2.1 million American jobs.

US House votes to extend craft beverage tax act

By Beth Newhart

Craft brewers and importers will not face a $130m tax increase in 2020 thanks to a one-year extension of relief from the the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act.

One complainant reported the poster was displayed outside a primary school. Pic:getty/KNeville

‘Sober as a motherfu’: BrewDog posters banned by watchdog

By Rachel Arthur

An advert for a BrewDog alcohol-free beer - containing the tagline 'Sober as a motherfu' - has been banned by the UK’s advertising watchdog: with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) saying it was likely to cause 'serious and widespread'...

Mexico is the world's largest exporter of beer, but craft brewers have yet to catch up. Pic: Cerveza Mexico

Mexican craft beer looks to mimic big-brand success with exports

By Beth Newhart

At the recent Cerveza México 2019 event, it was revealed that the country’s craft beer market is nearly up to 1,400 independent breweries with a 29 million litre output. The industry relies heavily on exports to the US and Europe to keep up with annual...

Ruben Martinez (right) and three Tê Tê co-founders

Saigon’s craft scene is gearing up for change

By Richard Whitehead

A year ago, BeverageDaily took a look at the beer category in Vietnam and marvelled at how the craft scene there had been developing. Today, it's impossible to miss craft beer's impact on bars and restaurants.

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