Thursday, July 28, 2011

Chhaang, Nepali for Beer

Chhaang, chang or sometimes reffered to as Himalayan Beer is an intriguing drink, to say the least.  A milky white drink with flecks of floating white chunks throughout. Sometimes referred to as Nepali beer, chang is a fermented rice beverage, making it similar in appearance, taste and production method to unfiltered varieties of Japanese sake.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

India's Super-Ultra-Strong Beers .... 100000

The beer market in India is unique in that it is dominated by high alcohol beers.  Humorously named beers such as Hayward's 5000 or He-Man 10000 with numbers indicating the potency held within.  The labels vary from the tame "Strong Beer" to "Ultra Super Strong Beer." These extra strength beers occupy as much as 75% of the Indian Beer Market. With such popularity it is no surprise that beer giants such as Heineken, Tuborg and Carlsberg are all making strong beer entries into the up-and-coming beer drinker country. With all the Hype one has to wonder, "How do these beers taste?"

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