Recently open to the public, it offers 6 beers – 4 popular and 2 specialities, along with a fabulous menu crafted by Hari Nayak, Chef, Restaurateur and Author, based in the USA. With culinary and brewing inputs being brought in from quite literally the 2 corners of the globe, diners and beer lovers alike have something brilliant to look forward to. The brewery that is on the premises produces 6 beers, 4 out of which are the popular ones – the 'Wit', the 'Pale Ale', the 'Pilsner' and the 'Stout'. Personal picks from these 4 were definitely the 'Witbier' – very clean notes and refreshing. And the 'Stout', milder in terms of flavours – with the coffee coming through as gentle hints, this is the perfect one for an introduction to stouts. The 'Guava Gose' does have hints of guava, though personally, I feel it has not reached its potential as a sour. Coming to the food, the 'Saag Paneer Spanakopita' is quite an interesting take and comes with a surprising tanginess to the dish. My top pick is the 'Aachari Hummus with Soya Mince'. For the meat eaters, there is the 'Jalapeno Cheddar Chicken Tikka' – moist, flavorful and finished off well in the tandoor. Both the 'Firecracker Spicy Prawn' and the 'Rock Shrimp Pakoda' make for good accompaniments. Among the main courses, try the 'Kale Saag' with goat cheese dumplings and the 'Five Cheese Kofta in Smoked Makhni'. Pair these with the 'Jalapeno and Peas Kulcha' or the 'Soy Keema Cashew Rice'. For the meat eaters, my heart went to the 'Konkan Fish Fillet with Quinoa Chittranna and a Lemongrass Moilee'. It is the moilee that is a showstopper. For desserts, the 'Gondhoraj Lemon Mousse', the 'Carrot Halwa Torte' and the 'Mysore Pak Cheesecake' are the ones you want to try.