Beijing’s hopping craft beer scene ranks among the city’s top food and drink stories over the past decade. It wasn’t long ago that the appearance of icy Stella taps or the listing of Rogue Dead Guy Ale in a handful of bars caused great excitement.
Now we are spoiled, with hundreds of options, and are see a growing number of people taking the DIY route, with the Beijing Homebrewing Festival contest last December drawing more than 50 entries.
But if the beer scene is on a steady footing, cider is still taking baby steps. There are many imported brands, but few homemade varieties. Brandon Fisher of iBrew Homebrew Beers and Ciders is among them.
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