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Once American beer lovers associated Belgium with craft samples of this drink, but today the United States occupies a leading position in the craft brewing industry, with more breweries than any other country in the world. Nevertheless, over the past few decades, a group of companies has emerged that paved the way for the revival, expansion and development of the European craft beer market in a new, shocking format. They consciously left the traditions of the Old World and showed the whole world what they are capable of, thanks to their skill and endless enthusiasm, quality and taste, popularity and inspirational desire for positive changes.
If you are already familiar with most of the representatives of the American craft industry, you should also get acquainted with the leading craft breweries in Europe. Large and small, modern and traditional, they are located in various parts of the Old World – from the sunny shores of the Mediterranean to the Arctic Circle, and in the near future, apparently, more interesting craft novelties will appear on the European continent. Below are listed in random order the 15 leading craft breweries in Europe, which every self-respecting lover of craft beer should know about. Continue reading
Jaws beer is well known to the Belarusian consumer: for the first time varieties of the brewery appeared on sale in Minsk back in 2014. During this time, the number of beer lovers Jaws has increased significantly, as well as the range of the brewery.
One of the new products released late last year is Witbier. Jaws Brewers not only brewed beer in a rather popular style, but also came up with an unusual chip: beer design was done by street artist from Yekaterinburg Ilya Brains. He made a series of labels with different inscriptions in the style of his street work.
– The first rises in the nose orange peel. There is a lot of it in aromatics, – Alex Leit sniffs beer. – Usually the color of a whitbier is a little lighter, but if you take, for example, La Trappe, then its color is also quite dark. Continue reading
Most recently, in the Minsk bar 1067, a new variety was presented, brewed jointly by the Belarusian brewery Jungle Brewery and the Ukrainian contract brewer Yevgeny Bilichenko. The organizer of the collaboration was Alexander Dzengilevsky, who spent three years in Minsk, and is now a bar manager of one of the best Kiev craft establishments Punkraft. The journalist Pivo.by talked with the guests about the market prospects, attitude towards Untappd and views on the development of beer culture in Ukraine.
– Guys, hi. Tell us more about yourself. Who are you, what are you doing? Continue reading