beer in India
Liquor sales through the Tamil Nadu State Marketing Corporation (TASMAC) netted a revenue of around Rs. 250 crore for the government during the Deepavali weekend. On Saturday, as the State celebrated the festival of lights, TASMAC’s sales touched Rs. 135 … Continue reading
Who are we? Hyderabadis. What do we love? Be seen in new places. When do we go there? Abhich. Where are we heading now? Microbreweries. The city’s old watering holes are facing a threat from microbreweries. So far we have … Continue reading
From now on you can buy beer from parlours and take it home. The Kerala High Court on Thursday held that there was no prohibition on selling beer by parlours for consumption outside their premises.
SHC recalls licences of wine shops throughout the province, observes Section 17 of Prohibition (enforcement of Hadd) Order, 1979 does not allow sale of liquor throughout the year.
A few years back, burglars snatched away ₹ five lakhs from an employee who was on his way to the bank. Though the police arrested the culprits later, the Bevco management blamed the employee for negligence and initiated punitive measures.
The VACB probing the alleged irregularities in the issuance of beer and wine parlour license interrogated former Excise Minister K Babu on Monday in connection with the case.
Craft beer is emerging as a new area of interest for private equity investors. Last month, Gateway Brewing Co. said it is in talks to raise $3.3 million from private equity investors to expand its presence and start bottling operations.
To bring the kegger home, it’s mandatory to have a one-day liquor permit from the excise department. For the first time in India, beer enthusiasts in Mumbai can bring craft beer home in handy five-litre keggers, courtesy the White Owl … Continue reading
Carlsberg, the Danish brewer, opened its seventh brewery in India two years ago: a $25m plant, capable of brewing 50m litres a year of beer, in Bihar — a state of nearly 100m. Alcohol demand was growing in the state … Continue reading
Making sense of Bihar’s anti-liquor laws, particularly after conflicting developments in recent weeks, has become harder for companies that operate in the state.