THE STORY OF THE INDIAN RUPEE
Known historically as the ‘The Lion King’, Sultan Sher Shah Suri was the leader of revolutionary 16th century Suri Dynasty stretching across present day India.
Defeating the ultra lavish Mogul Empire, the wealthiest empire of its time before the arrival of the British Empire, Suri was viewed as visionary strategist ahead of his time.
His most notable contributions are attributed as building The Grand Trunk Road (one of Asia's oldest & longest roads), setting up a working postal network across the Indian Subcontinent, & being the earliest issuer of the modern day Indian Rupee.
Today, the Rupee remains the official currency of India & seven other countries around the world.
Join us on our global journey through beer to retell the story of the iconic Indian Rupee.
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A TOP 100 BEER: MULTI AWARD WINNING: BEST INDIAN BEER
Designed & crafted by a world-renowned master beer brewer & an award winning Indian chef, Rupee remains at the forefront of creating complex international Indian beverages designed as the go-to pairing for Indian, spicy, & robust world cuisine.
With limited Indian beer options available on the market for the last decade, Rupee is disrupting & innovating within the Indian restaurant segment.
Rupee is slowed brewed to a traditional Indian recipe remaining all natural for an unforgettably smooth taste & finish.
Containing amounts of carbonation lower to industry standards, drinkers of Rupee feel less fizzy while enjoying their favorite Indian or spicy meal.
Every single batch of Rupee is brewed & fermented with top quality rice, maize, malted barley, yeast, & three types of hops allowing for our signature crisp & herbal tasting notes.
Our maturation process gives our lager a distinct full bodied flavor while remaining unforgettably smooth when served ice cold.
Viewed as one of the fastest growing ethnic beer brands, Rupee is on a mission to become the go-to Indian lager of choice available across Indian restaurants around the world, as well as when pairing with spicy cuisine.
Drinkers rave about Rupee's easily drinkable taste & compatibility with exotic flavors.
Find Rupee at your local Indian or South Asian restaurant today, or contact our distribution & sales team to bring Rupee to your local region.