Review: SKÖLL Gastropub, Seomyeon, Busan, South Korea

The Swedish word "sköll" is used when making a toast. It's also an easy name for folks speaking various different languages across various different cultures to remember for a gastropub looking to draw an international audience. SKÖLL, in the heart of Busan's Seomyeon downtown area, has a lot going for it right from the start.... Continue Reading →

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Korea’s Kabrew Seeking Head Brewer, Apply by Nov. 17

KOREA--If you are even remotely following South Korea's exploding craft beer scene, the name "Kabrew" will be immediately familiar. One of the largest, and oldest, craft brewers in the country, Kabrew has expanded with a second brewery and are looking for a new head brewer to head up the project. More information is below. POSITION... Continue Reading →

Myanmar Joins the Craft Beer Revolution

by Luke Corbin While the rest of mainland Southeast Asia has seen a steady increase in craft beer over the last decade, one country has missed out. It’s fair to say that options for locally produced, fresh craft beer brewed in styles other than the standard rice lagers and pilsners have been lacking in Myanmar... Continue Reading →

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