8 Best Flavoured Indian Craft Beers Your Summers Are Incomplete Without

by Tejashee Kashyap
8 Best Flavoured Indian Craft Beers Your Summers Are Incomplete Without

Nothing soothes the soul more than a cold pint of beer at the end of the day. If you don’t like the bitter taste of beer, there are great flavoured Indian craft beers that could change your opinion. Therefore, don’t put it off any longer and get into the weekend spirit with these refreshingly Indian craft beers:

1. Zesty Amber, Kati Patang

 

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With experimental, free-spirited beers, Kati Patang has some of the most distinctive flavours. Their Amber beer shines golden and is made with only organic malts. The taste of this beer is airy, and the finish is a silky caramel that will have you coming back for more.

Cost: Rs. 200 for 330 ml (Bengaluru); Rs. 170 for 330 ml (Delhi)

2. Belgian Wit, Simba

 

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Simba is one of the first Indian craft beers. Their Belgian Wit beer has a light body and mellow flavour. It is citrusy with hints of spiciness and pours a golden colour. Each sip also has a lemongrass flavour. We can’t think of a more cooling beverage for the weekend than this Indian twist on the traditional Belgian Wit style.

Cost: Rs 140 for 330 ml (Mumbai)

3. Breakfast Cereal Stout, Goa Brewing Company

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Goa Brewing Co. has been launching some inventive flavours. Their Morning Cereal Stout is one of the flavorful Indian craft beers that is essentially a milk stout that has been aged on single estate cacao nibs and brewed with the benefits of morning cereal, oats, and milk sugar.

Cost: ₹200 for 330ml (Goa)

4. BeeYoung Beer

 

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This barley-based local brew produces a crisp, clear, yet powerful sip. It has a long finish, is slightly bitter, and has a lemony taste, making it a great sip for a hot day. Perfect for the summers ahead!

Cost: ₹130 for 330ml (Delhi)

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5. Kokum Gose, Susegado

 

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Susegado’s beers reflect the easygoing attitude of Goa. Kokum Gose is the same. Using kokum from Nanos, a town six kilometres from the Goan border, this tropical spin on the traditional German salty coriander beer has a strong sour and salty flavour. Each sip of this Indian craft beer transports you instantly to a sunny afternoon at the beach.

Cost: ₹150 for 330ml (Goa)

6. Honey Ale, Maka Di

 

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Another brewery with its headquarters in Goa, Maka Di is known for its experimental craft beers. Their Honey Ale uses wild honey from Jim Corbett Park in Uttarakhand. Every taste has malty undertones; this beer will suit your tastes if you have a slight sweet craving.

Cost: ₹ 210 for 330 ml (Goa)

7. James Blond, Geist

 

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A well-known brewery in Bangalore, Geist specialises in seasonal flavours. Their James Blond flavour is a classic strong blond ale in the Belgian manner. It has a light yellow colour and a smooth surface. This beer is simple to drink and has a pleasant bitterness.

Cost: ₹ 225 for 330ml (Bangalore)

8. Prince Charming, Independence Brewing Company

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Add a refreshing twist to your summers with this beer with a semi-sweet finish that oozes a luscious flavour of juicy strawberries and has a caramel-like aroma. The pink hue of the beer gives a flavoured edge.

Cost: ₹ 225 for 330ml (Bangalore)

So, which one of these Indian craft beers would you be sipping first?