Friday, March 29, 2019
Grano69 Beverages has announced the launch of its beer offering, the Proost69 White Ale in September followed by Proost69 Mild Lager in December. The brand has set its foot in Delhi with outlets like 100% Rock, Warehouse Café, The Beer Café, The Lord of the Drinks and more.
The first two variants introduced by Proost69 are the Proost69 White Ale and Proost69 Mild Lager. The company is introducing Proost69 Weizen Beer and Proost69 Strong Lager.
Tarun Bhargava, The Co-founder and director of Proost69, said “We, at Proost69, are excited to announce the launch of a beer with a taste so elite yet affordable filled with freshness and uniqueness. With our focus on providing and maintaining the top-notch quality, our flavour balances are just enough to create magic. All that goodness with supreme European craftsmanship is a level-up in itself.” said Bhargava.
Proost 69 White Ale and Mild Lager available in Delhi are priced at INR 170 per pint and at INR 150 for a 500ML can.
Mumbai-based Microbrewery White Owl launched its bottled craft beer in Delhi. After the introduction of its craft beer in Bottles & Cans in Mumbai, Pune, Goa and Bengaluru last year, White Owl finally made its way to north, launching its top-selling brews – ‘Spark,’ a Belgian Wit with Summery Orange-Citrus notes and ‘Diablo,’ an Irish Red Ale, loved for its Roast Caramel finish – in Bottles in Delhi.
White Owl will also introduce its beer in Cans in Delhi shortly. Ace, its Apple Cider Ale (also the only locally-bottled Cider Ale available in India today) and Spike, its Strong German Wheat Beer are also expected to launch in Delhi in the first half of 2019. Bottles of Spark and Diablo are now available over 250 locations across Delhi.
Javed Murad, Founder of White Owl said, “White Owl is at an exciting stage of its journey with a series of new developments that we are thrilled to announce soon. Our launch in Delhi is our first foray into North India and we remain committed to taking our award-winning brews to many more markets to cater to the growing demand for top quality premium beer across India.”
White Owl has launched Spark at an MRP of INR 110 and Diablo at INR 130, per 325ml bottle respectively.
The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) recently concluded its 13th Conclave of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India’s (FSSAI) Food Safety Supervisor Training in Advance Catering in Mumbai. The programmes were conducted at The Emerald Hotel in Juhu and at the Institute of Hotel Management in Dadar respectively on October 10 and 12, respectively. Eighty hospitality professionals participated in the training sessions. As per the HRAWI release, the association has so far conducted a total of twenty-five Food Safety Training and Certification (
FoSTaC) programmes through which 880 hospitality professionals have been trained and certified for the Western region.
“The objective of conducting these training is to equip hospitality professionals, especially those working in F&B with all necessary information to maintain food safety. It is a great initiative by the FSSAI and is in line with its aim of standardisation quality of food served at hotels and restaurants across the country. It is critical for professionals who handle food to be updated about developments in the field to ensure health and hygiene are maintained at all times. With this hand in hand initiative with the FSSAI, the Association is making rigorous efforts in training and certifying as many professionals as possible to cover the entire Western region before the year-end,” says Mr. Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, President, HRAWI.
The programme is one of the biggest initiatives taken by the Association to raise awareness on food safety and to improve the quality of food and beverages served at hotels and restaurants.
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