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Almost the entire line of the Russian Pivot Point brewery has appeared on sale in Minsk bars and shops. Pivo.by conducted a tasting of thirteen varieties: from light and strong IPL to strong double IPA. The tasting commission consisted of five people that day, which greatly facilitated the process of consumption and allowed to receive an unbiased feedback.
The Russian Pivot Point brewery began its production activities in early 2019. During this time, the company produced 15 varieties, most of which will now be available in bars and shops in Minsk (and in the future in regional cities of Belarus). As a container for establishments, the company chose nice 0.5 liter cans. The unified design style makes it easy to highlight the brewery’s products on the loaded bar shelves.
We begin our acquaintance with the brewery with the Hop Dozer brand. IPL style beer was hopped by the vibrant Cascade and Citra. Pour beer into glasses. Continue reading
“We are pleased to experience emotions in the process of collaboration”: an interview with Rewort Brewery
The Russian brewery Rewort is well known and represented in Belarus. This popularity is connected, among other things, with collaborations to which the team from Sergiev Posad has a special relationship. The brews with the Rewort brewery were already held by the guys from Jungle Brewery, Midnight Project, Valaduta and Carousel Brewery. Some of them were of a one-time nature, some were continued. Journalist Pivo.by met with the founder of the brewery, Roman Guschin, on the eve of the MCBF and discussed the complexities of the sphere, collaboration and love for Minsk.
Interview with Rewort Brewery
– Roma, hello! Good to see you again in Minsk. Ready for the festival? Continue reading
In October, Estonian brewery Põhjala announced the millionth bottle of beer produced since the beginning of the year. In winter, Põhjala opened a new factory with a production capacity of about 1200 decalitres per month, and the brewery supplies 70% of its products to other countries. Stef Bays talks about the success of the brewery in an article on Good Beer Hunting.
Now Põhjala beer is most actively sold in Finland, France, the Netherlands, China and Italy. There is growing interest in South Korea and the USA, which are the largest consumer of beer in the world. Põhjala recently shipped the first container to Australia, soon will be the first shipment to Hong Kong. Continue reading