Article Submitted by Jonathan Gharbi from BeerVN It was great to see Furbrew, Barret Craft Brewery and 7 Bridges Brewery open in Hanoi while East West Brewing Co, BiaCraft, Pasteur Street Brewing, Platinum, and Lac Brewing opened in Ho Chi Minh City before new years eve 2016. Barret Craft Brewery has a new and modern beer system (photo by Barret craft brewery) Is... Continue Reading →
I was in line outside The Booth Brewery in Pangyo this past January, waiting for their relaunch event to begin. I had already interviewed Sunghoo Yang, the co-founder of The Booth, and was dictating some notes in private when I realized that a sizable line-up had materialized out of nowhere. To make matters worse, I had... Continue Reading →
The Booth has been a major presence in the Korean craft beer scene since it first appeared in the spring of 2013. With 5,000KRW glasses of Bill’s Pale Ale and 4,000KRW slices of Monster Pizza, it was perhaps the cheapest place in the city for good food and beer. Today, pizza paired with craft... Continue Reading →
I recently asked Maloney's Pub & Grill owner, and Maloney's Brewing Co. owner, Brendan Maloney about his pub's upcoming St. Paddy's Day plans. (Pics courtesy of Brendan Maloney) What will the St. Paddy’s Day atmosphere be like at your pub? The atmosphere is pretty lively with people, Irish or not, getting wasted on green beer... Continue Reading →
Gorilla Brewing Co. is a brand new brewpub located in Busan's hip new craft beer mecca near Gwangalli Beach. They are being hosted this week in Seoul at Pong Dang (Thursday, March 3rd) and Hop Mori (Saturday, March 5th). 1) Who is Gorilla Brewing Co? How did it start? The Gorilla Brewing Co project started... Continue Reading →
Craft Beer Asia's Anne talks about her adventure at 2016 Brewfest MNL in Manila Philippines.
Boxing Cat Brewery has been a craft beer staple of Shanghai since 2008. With three locations in Shanghai, plus another kitchen and taphouse, Boxing Cat is coming to South Korea tomorrow (Feb 20th, 2016) for the first time—at least for a little while. Tomorrow, beer geeks from Seoul get a chance to try Boxing Cat's most... Continue Reading →
It's alive! That's really the shortest way to put it. The craft beer scene in Korea hasn't fully grown or developed yet, but there's no denying that it's alive. When I started writing for this blog in the summer of 2013 with my first summary, I really didn't know where to get craft beer outside... Continue Reading →