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Bengaluru says cheers to world’s largest microbrewery


Team Udayavani, Apr 1, 2021, 12:45 PM IST

Bengaluru: There’s no sound that brings in the summer quite like the pop of a cold beer on a sultry day and this summer Ironhill Bengaluru is all set to woo the crowd by bringing in the real craft experience through the largest microbrewery in the world.

Namma Bengaluru which has seen the largest microbrewery in Asia, now awaits a largest of its kind on the entire face of the Earth.

The founders and franchise owners have charted out a grand plan to introduce patrons to one of the unique brews crafted with native and indigenous ingredients that will make sure to take them by storm.

Ironhill microbrewery is spread across a vast area of 1,30,000 sq.ft which can house upto 15000 Liters of beer with a staggering 1500+ seating capacity, the microbrewery will serve eight varieties of beer with an alcohol content of 4-7 per cent at Rs 260–300 for a 500-ml mug.

The brewery will kick start their launch with 8 beers on tap. They are going to be a German Hefeweizen, Belgian Witbier, English Red Ale, Summer Lager, Ragi Ale, Irish Stout, New England IPA and an Apple Cider.

However, due to the pandemic, the microbrewery is only operating outdoors, which has a seating capacity of 800 people.

The microbrewery is located in the IT hub of Marathahalli, on a two-acre spread amidst art deco pieces, installation art, soft music and water bodies that create small pockets of privacy for its customers.

This gigantic microbrewery delivers a unique brand experience by designing open spaces with vibrant murals in sight. The open spaces are designed in such a way that it checks off all the boxes for health and safety regulations in play.

Florian who hails from Bavaria in Germany has been brewing over 8 years is the brewmaster at Ironhill. His brewing style typically revolves around traditional German mashing methods to produce flavourful beers with a clean fermentation profile.

Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drink in whole world and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. It is produced by the brewing and fermentation of starches, mostly produced from cereal grains and usually malted barley, and also wheat, corn wheat and rice may be used as well.

 

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