The Slovak Spectator published an article about the rise of microbreweries in Slovakia. We’ve mentioned how Bratislava’s microbrewery business has been on the rise, but the article discusses other parts of Slovakia:
Some of these breweries are quite new, established within the last few years by beer enthusiasts who grew bored with the unified flavour of beer made by large producers, or by people who view themselves as picking up where the beer-making tradition left off.
They estimate that there are currently 25 small independent brewers across the country, which makes up about 5 percent of the beer drinking market. And they think the numbers will grow.
The article also discusses the potential for beer tourism in the country.
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