HUNGER GAMES | South Bangalore brews
New breweries like Brewsky are now dotting the non-commercial areas of the city
Bangalore’s business districts are so packed with eateries and pubs that the excitement is finally moving to the residential areas. After U4IA, a microbrewery that opened in RMV extension four months ago, it is south Bangalore’s turn with Brewsky in JP Nagar. Even before it made a formal announcement about opening, Brewsky has been running full houses over the weekends in the past month since it opened very quietly. On the two top floors of a still unfinished building, the microbrewery is causing quite a stir among thirsty south Bangaloreans. The beer priced at ₹ 150 for 300ml and ₹ 300 for 600ml is brewed by the makers of Geist beer, who started to design brews as early as 2005 but were forced to Belgium because India wasn’t issuing brewing licenses at the time.