Gurgaon is no more the place that everyone to consider a faraway place away from civilisation. That changed ages ago. Now, not only does everyone WANT to live in Gurgaon, but also hang out in Gurgaon. And why wouldn't that be the case? A hub of amazing restaurants, malls, cafes and clubs, Gurgaon has seen a rise in places to have amazing experiences and therefore a rise in the number of people who want to chill there. Another thing that is striking about Gurgaon is it's beer breweries.
Apart from cheaper rates for alcohol, here's another why everyone should be heading to Gurgaon. Reminiscent of Bangalore, these breweries are a must-go-to for beer lovers and ones who want to try something other than bottled beers. Here are three breweries that you absolutely must try in Gurgaon.
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Quaff Microbrewery, Cyber Hub
Drink heartily, as the name suggests, is what you will do here when you find out that not only are the craft beers economically priced but also delicious. Their blonde ale beer is a spectacular drink, and the menu has a wide variety of appetisers to offer, and they come in hearty portions.
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Nowhere, Cross Point Mall
Live music, amazing outdoor eating and a wheat beer and crispy chicken to die for, what more can you ask for? Their beer mugs are sizeable - two drinks and you are sorted with a happy buzz. Also, their Nowhere special house beer is a must try. This is yet another place where a great time is promised without burning a hole in your pocket.
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Prankster, Sector 29
Right in the middle of the happening Sector 29 market, this place not only delivers on great food and inventive beers but also a creative ambience. There are filament bulbs paired with the plants at the table that are such a treat to the eye. But the clear winner here is the apple cider beer. Oh, we also went in time to try their mango beer - which was surprisingly great!