“Froth Tv”

There are a lot of interesting mini-series and movies about craft beer on the internet. I’ve been combing through them to find ones that are educational, interesting and fun.

Castle Malting

La Casa Brewery & Kitchen, Bangalore

Belgium’s Castle Matling filmed a spotlight at La Casa Brewery & Kitchen in Bangalore and I got to de-construct one of their beers with head brewer Umang Nair from S Brewing Company.  S Brewing Co supplies and handles brewing operations at La Casa.

Arbor Brewing Co, Bangalore 

Castle also featured Arbor Brewing Company India & I go to speak to their head brewer, Hollis Coats, about some of their popular, signature style beers.


Beer Bhai’s

I’ve collaborated with my good friend and fellow Beer Enthusiast, Ashish Jasuja to film a few fun Beer videos that explore the lighter side of frothiness!

We’ve filmed a whole series and will be releasing these episodes over the course of the next several months.

Episode 1. – What Is Beer


Episode 2. – The Science Of Chugging

Hungry Forever – Craft Beer Video Series

Filming began in May 2016 together with the team from Hungry Forever with the idea being showcasing Craft Beer across Bangalore at various brewpubs.

episode 2

You can find all the episodes and the story behind them HERE

Facebook Videos- SAB Miller Sponsored Beer Videos

In December 2015, we shot a series of short Beer videos at Sherlock’s Pub, Frazer Town. The first video was released on March 16th, 2016 – editing is no easy task!

The videos went on to collectively over 350,000 views on Facebook and generated

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There are 3 videos in total so far:

  1. Indian Strong Lagers – Review (Released March 16, 2016 -231 K Views)
  1. The Perfect Pour (Released April, 16 – 2016- 50k Views)
  1. Beer Hacks (Released April, 26 -2016 – 53k Views)

Watch the Videos – HERE

Chumbak – Interview

YouTube Channel | Video Log

I’m not a TV producer, designer or a genius nor do I have any fancy gizmos – so go easy!

Tales Of Froth Channel


Dec 2015 – Sees the start of a new Video Log (VLOG). Here’s a look at how busy things get on a weekend – a packed schedule filled with Beer. Cheers!

Summer 2015 – Earlier, I complied a little slideshow of pictures after a recent brewpub tour at Toit. Cheers!!!

New Mini-Series – The Beer Trale


I came across this show whilst parsing through my Instagram feed. An ordinary guy who loves his beer has gone ahead a created a mini-series about craft beer all over the United States. So far, they have a few episodes pinned with more on the way. Each episode explores the history, people and cultures behind beer at different breweries across the country. The format is fun and entertaining. Each episode is around twenty minutes in length. Check it out!

Website : The Beer Trale



Beer Culture Movie


Beer Culture a documentary film is about the deep and rich culture among beer drinkers; believed to have been lost in a commercialized America. We tell the stories of the individual struggles and successes of Colorado Top Craft Brewers.

Runtime: 56 Minutes


Craft Beer – A Hopumentary


For most of the 20th century, beer was dominated by large-scale breweries like Anheuser-Busch, Miller and Coors. By the early 80’s, through industry consolidation there were little more than 100 breweries left in the US. The result was an entirely American style of beer, one that had been diluted, homogenized and mass produced. In this environment, American beer lovers seeking quality and variety began brewing their own with a few intrepid pioneers eventually going commercial. With this, a new movement in American brewing began, one of smaller producers focusing on quality over quantity. This is a story of Craft Beer.

Runtime: 15 Minutes


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