It’s International Beer Day on Friday and it’s raining offers in Delhi-NCR at pubs and breweries for you to make the best of the day.
“Drop in and quench the thirst of Friday and join our night club to celebrate with the exciting offers given such as Happy Hours on IMFL beer and Special offer on beer bucket along with 2 mocktails,” says Amit Chauhan, MD of Capitol.
Running high on some beer goodness too is Queens Bar and Lounge, Good Earth City Centre and Café Myst, Gurgaon. Rajat Sharma, the owner, says, “24 hours in a day and 24 beers in a case. Coincidence? Drop in to Café Myst for some amazing offers on Beer and food, all day long.”
While The Beer Café is celebrating International Beer Month all month long this August with one pint free after ordering beer from four different countries such as UK, Holand, Germnay and Belgium, German microbrewery 7 Degrees Brauhaus, Mafia(Punjabi Bagh) and Pind Balluchi(Sec-29, and Delhi) are celebrating the day with one plus one offer. And it’s travelling back in time with the history of beer at Bottles and Barrels, Gurgaon. Rohit Maingi, managing partner, Bottles and Barrels, Gurgaon, says, “Apart from a one plus one beer. We will have a brewery tour, wherein we’ll explain the customers, the origin of beer and its journey till today.”
How about a one plus one on all varieties of beer! “To celebrate the day, Hunters Lodge is offering buy one get one free on all varieties of beer. What’s more! Every visitor will get a chance to participate in a lucky draw whose winner will get the one plus one for the entire month of August,” says Shiv Nirula, from Hunters Lodge at CP.
It’s brewing : International Beer Day is a global celebration of beer, that takes place in pubs, breweries and back yards all over the world. It’s a day for beer lovers around the world to rejoice in the greatness of beer and to raise a toast to brewers and bartenders. Celebrated on the first Friday of every August, it was founded in 2007 in Santa Cruz, California. Since its inception, International Beer Day has grown from a small localised event in the United States into a worldwide celebration spanning 207 cities, 50 countries and 6 continents.