Craft beer pact among few trades between rivals, Pakistan and India

In: News

30 May 2012

Amid rising hopes for an unprecedented opening up of trade between south Asia’s two nuclear rivals, Indian drinkers are soon to enjoy Pakistani beer for the first time since the two countries gained independence. Murree Brewery, a Raj-era oddity in an increasingly conservative Islamic country, says it will shortly start selling its lager in India, the historic market it lost access to when the subcontinent was partitioned in 1947.

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