- June 5, 2015 / 2 min readThe beer chain is presently serving over 50 varieties of beer from 17 different countries. And they have both draught and bottled beers.
The Beer cafe, which is first of its kind alco-beverage chain, is all set to explore Indian as well as global markets this year.
The brand which has 22 outlets “pouring” in India will be launching the newest and 23rd one in Mumbai on 6th June.
“We are in the midst of fitting out 15 new outlets across Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru, which will take the store count to 38.
These would be operational within the next 6 months,” shared Rahul Singh, Founder and MD, The Beer Cafe.
The cafe has received its second round of funding in December, 2014 which is being used to fuel their expansion.
“We are not looking at raising fresh funds at the moment,” added Singh.
Meanwhile, the group is also planning to enter global markets by opening its first outlet in Singapore very soon.
“We would be the first Indian chain in this space to go global. Singapore will be our first destination and we should have two outlets there within this fiscal year,” explained Singh.
The beer chain is presently serving over 50 varieties of beer from 17 different countries. And they have both draught and bottled beers.
Adding to the same line, Singh added, “65 per cent of our outlet revenues come from Beer, and the highest revenue earners are the imported draught beers.”
As told to Nusra
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