Ironhill- The Worlds Largest Microbrewery in Bangalore, India | Aamir and Hameeda

Ironhill- The Worlds Largest Microbrewery in Bangalore, India | Aamir and Hameeda

Now the World's Largest microbrewery- Iron Hill- is in India's Beer capital- Bangalore. Earlier, the city also housed the largest microbrewery in Asia. It would not be wrong if we brazenly call this microbrewery a 'macrobrewery' as it has a seating capacity of 1500 people at a time. Spread over an area of 1,30,000 square feet in Marathahalli, this expansive brewery looks like a luxurious resort. Read here at SURFACES REPORTER (SR)'s more about this plush and extensive new site. 

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Creating the world's Largest microbrewery in India was the idea of Bangalore's famous Prost Brew Pub. This is the company's fourth microbrewery. Its first 6,500-sq ft outlet opened in Visakhapatnam in 2017, followed by another 7,000 sq ft facility in Vijayawada and a third of 25,000 sq ft opened in Hyderabad earlier this month.

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The company transformed an old garment factory in the IT hub of Marathahalli into this microbrewery with an investment of ?30 crores.

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The founders of architecture and interior design studio- AANDH- Aamir and Hameeda Sharma are the people behind the wonderful design of this microbrewery. The couple shared in their Instagram, "2 years ago we were shown a property over 2 acres where stood an old garment factory, the space was large and the clients wanted us to design India's largest microbrewery."

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"We had demolished all the slabs and kept the beams exposed with a raw cement concrete finish. Once the structure displayed a great geometry we dabbled in the world of parametric design 100s of rafters came piercing down the beams."

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Eye-Catching Red Mesh Figures

Recently, the brewery only operates outdoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which can accommodate 800 people.

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Talking about the colourful mesh figures, the couple said, "The playful figures in the red mesh are an afterthought that depicts freedom, happiness and joy as we move away from the pandemic."

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Other Niceties

Spanning 2 acres of area, guests can enjoy freshly brewed beer and scrumptious dishes amid the enticing water fountains, enthralling bridges, exuberant art décor pieces, red mesh playful figures, and private pockets formed for couples.

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Wonderfully designed open spaces with eye-catching murals increase the appearance of the space. The firm also maintained to follow all health and safety regulations. It allows the guests to plan romantic dates on artificial water bodies or celebrate special occasions on the artificial island.

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The architecture of the space is classy and minimalistic. The warm wooden furniture, the flowing water fountains and the ornated seating areas are designed as per the different guests' different moods. 

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