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Two new Indian beers demonstrate that 'strong' needn't be unsubtle

Two new beers defy the stereotype of 'strong' beers being crude tipples suitable only for quick inebriation

Two new Indian beers demonstrate that 'strong' needn't be unsubtle
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Dhruv Munjal
The last time I tried sipping on beer that came in a peppy yellow can — it was a popular brewer’s attempt at making beer of the non-alcoholic variety — my experience was plain hideous. The so-called beer was almost like a weird concoction of ginger tea and cough syrup — more a remedy for a cold than something to excite your taste buds and liven up your senses. 

My recent tryst with yellow-coloured packaging was far more pleasant. A lovely medium head, a rich gold tone and a thick but perfectly clean texture. What I’m referring to is BeeYoung, a

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First Published: Jan 03 2020 | 10:36 PM IST

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