THE GRID BREWERY

Our microbrewery is driven by our passion for innovation and quality. We are dedicated to deliver beers that create an everlasting impression with its flavour, character and quality. Being the city’s first largest capacity microbrewery, The GRID is all about commitment to consistency and excellence.

Sourced locally and globally, each of our craft beers are 100% natural with a distinct profile that leaves one craving for more.

Kolkata's First

The resolution to deliver great beers to the City of Joy was initiated by The GRID.

100% Natural

Made from locally and globally sourced ingredients, our beers are 100% natural. No chemicals or preservatives.

New Recipes & Brews

Our love for innovation keeps us moving forward with our new beer recipes. You will find new brews every few months at The GRID.

BREWED LOCALLY

All our brews are our own recipes, brewed right here in our backyard. Drop by - taste our recipes inspired from global brews.

BREWED WITH PASSION AND LOVE

OUR BREWS

Origin

Country – Germany
Bitterness – Low
Fruity – Medium

Style

Hefeweizen
Colour
– Pale Straw to Golden
Spicy / Herbal – Medium

ABV

ABV – 5.0%
Carbonation – Medium

Clarity

Clarity – Naturally Hazy character
Body – Medium

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Aroma
Special German yeast naturally produces a lot of fruity and spicy notes, to name a few: banana,fresh cut apples, pineapple and bubblegum.Dominant being the clove note.

Mouthfeel
Refreshing, medium bodied, mostly referred to as wheat beer or weizen, it is spicy and mildly fruity.It has a long lasting white head and medium body which mellows the hop bitterness. Smooth creamy texture along with medium carbonation makes this the most preferred beer.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Continental Food, Cheesy starters, Pizza, Sausages, Sandwiches, Seafood  and Thai Curry.

Price

Half Pint (330ml) – ₹280

Full Pint (550ml) – ₹430

Growler (3785ml) – ₹3000

Origin

Country – Belgium
Bitterness – Mild
Fruity – High

Style

Witber

Colour – Slightly Pink to amber

Spicy / Herbal – Complex

ABV

ABV – 4.0%

Carbonation – Medium

Clarity

Clarity – Cloudy
Body – Light and Refreshing

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Aroma

Complex bread with marmalade like aroma. The select blend of berries and handpicked spices add a layer of complexity in the aroma giving it a floral overtone.

 

Mouthfull

Orange candy with warming coriander mouthfeel. Body is light yet refreshing and the beer is approachable due to it’s tangy and fruity mouthfeel. There is a good amount of carbonation which gives it crisp feeling. Bitterness is super low which is hardly perceivable.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Almost all Oriental cuisine and mildly flavoured garden fresh salads. Citrus flavoured desserts.

Price

Half Pint (330ml) – ₹330

Full Pint (550ml) – ₹490

Growler (3785ml) – ₹3400

Origin

Country – U.S.A.

Bitterness – Mild

Fruity – High

Style

American Blonde
Colour
– Pale Straw to Light Lemon Yellow
Spicy / Herbal – Complex

ABV

ABV – 4.5%

Carbonation – Medium

Clarity

Clarity – Clear but Unfiltered
Body – Light and Refreshing

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Aroma

Heavy an overpowering Lemongrass with a subtle gondhoraj aroma which masks hop notes. Faint malty aroma as the beer warms up.

 

Mouthfull

Citrus bomb fills up the palate, light bodied and sessional beer. Initial light malty texture with the citrus punch is reminiscent of a spritzy lemon soda. It has low alcoholic content and medium carbonation giving it a crisp and thirst quenching finish.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Pairs well with garden fresh salads, specially light and spicy nibbles.

Pricing

Half Pint (330ml) – ₹310

Full Pint (550ml) – ₹470

Growler (3785ml) – ₹3200

Origin

Country – India
Bitterness – Medium High
Fruity – High

Style

Pale Ale
Colour
– Orangish Amber
Spicy / Herbal – Medium

ABV

ABV – 7.0%
Carbonation – Medium

Clarity

Clarity – Natural & Unfiltered
Body – Medium

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Aroma
Floral & piney notes transition into fruity notes as it warms up. The hops, Gondhoraj zest aroma and perfumey notes create a magical lemon candy sensation.

Mouthfeel
It is a rush of hop aromatics. Medium bodied but the malt character takes a backseat. The local lemon (Gondhoraj) rind addition gives a unique bitter sweet sensation which is impossible to miss. The lemon notes are carried even after the finish which lasts for a good amount of time.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Pairs well with Fried dishes, Oriental Dishes, Pizzas & Fruity Desserts.

Price

Half Pint (330ml) – ₹330

Full Pint (550ml) – ₹490

Origin

Country – United Kingdom

Bitterness – Low

Fruity – None

Style

Oatmeal Stout
Colour
– Dark Brown to Black
Spicy / Herbal – Medium

ABV

ABV – 5.5%
Carbonation – Low

Clarity

Clarity – Dark
Body – Full Bodied

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Aroma
Intense Vanilla and chocolate notes. The roasted aroma, which is reminiscent of coffee and cream comes in slowly. The roasted malty undertones uplift the chocolate notes.

Mouthfull
Creamy, silky, velvety and full-bodied mouthfeel. The mouth fills up with dark chocolate and vanilla notes. It has a nutty and chewy character which is reminiscent of a hazelnut frappe. Although dark it’s quite low in bitterness and alcoholic percentage.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Grilled meat, steaks, pastry and chocolate desserts

Price

Half Pint (330ml) – ₹330

Full Pint (550ml) – ₹490

Origin

Country – Germany
Bitterness – Mild
Fruity – Low

Style

Hefeweizen
Colour
– Deep Amber to Copper
Spicy / Herbal – Smokey

ABV

ABV – 5.5%

Carbonation – Medium

Clarity

Clarity – Natural and unfiltered

Body – Malty and smokey

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Aroma

It is a blend of smokey and malty aroma, however the smokey nature dominates as the beer warms up. The aroma is reminiscent of smokey local streetside corn on the cob.

 

Mouthfull

Sweet malty and toasty malt character is balanced by the smokey wood notes. The smokiness is reminiscent of bacon and barbequed corn. The body is medium dry with low bitterness leaving a clean finish.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Barbequed dishes, especially tandoori or smoked. Balanced well with excellent cigars.

Origin

Country – United Kingdom
Bitterness – Low
Fruity – High

Style

Semi-dry Cider
Colour
– Golden Brown
Spicy / Herbal – Complex

ABV

ABV – 7.0%
Carbonation – Medium to Low

Clarity

Clarity – Unfiltered but Clear
Body – Tart and Dry

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Aroma
Plenty of woody young whiskey notes on the nose. There are subtle white wine notes which complement the fruity alcoholic note. The apple notes similar to an apple candy comes in slowly.

Mouthfull
Tastes plenty of apples and some lemon zest has thrown in it. The tartness of the apples gives a tangy kick on the palate. Quickly dries in your palate making you grab another sip or two instantly. Very refreshing and spitzy, finishes with a sweet fizzy texture.

Character
Serving

Temperature  4° to 6° C

Pairing

Pairs well with cheese and spicy dishes. Excellent for salads and light desserts.

Price

Half Pint (330ml) – ₹390

BREWING PROCESS

1. MASHING

This process adds colour, flavour and sugars, which later gets converted to all important alcohol.

2. LAUTERING

A giant colander, a slotted false floor supports the barley husks and allows the sweet liquid (known as ‘wort) to drain away.

3. BOILING

During the 90-minute boil, hops are added to the boil. Hops are a natural preservative and adds bitterness, flavor and aroma. Adding hops at the start of the boil will create tonnes of bitterness. Adding hops late in the boil add flavor and aromatics.

4. FERMENTATION

In the fermentation vessels, we add the magical ingredient…yeast! Yeast gets to work turning sugars from the malt into alcohol and carbon dioxide. Soon there are billions of yeast cells working around the clock. After 7 days, the larger sugar molecules are consumed. A beer’s strength depends on how much sugar is in the wort, and the temperature at which it ferments

5. CONDITIONING

Begin maturation! This takes 3 weeks or more. Remove the yeast, and give a standing ovation! With hoppy beers, after around 10 days we dry-hop the hell out of them! Dry-hopping is the process of adding hops to beer at low temperature post-fermentation. Due to the low temperature, none of the alpha acids in the hops convert to bitterness. Instead an avalanche of flavor and aroma is infused into the beer.