Food Review – District 6, Sheraton hotel, Bangalore


My first Foodie Meet with Food Bloggers Association Bangalore (FBAB), but this being 3rd FBAB meetup and I am happy that I could make it atleast this time. This meet was held up in District 6 – PUB BREWERY & KITCHEN, Sheraton Hotel, Bangalore, India.

First of all I would like to thank FBAB for your invite, the moment when I saw my name enrolled in the list I was very happy. I had a very good time with fellow foodies, delicious food and freshly brewed beer. I would say this would be one of most memorable day – the very first time of consuming a beer.

I got to see the brewing of beer recently in one of the cookery program, I was much interesting. But never imagine that I would get a chance to visit and collect details about beer brewing.

District 6 – They brew beer of their own with the assistance of GFB, Kasper Schulz who are over 350 year old beer House manufactures from Germany and Weyermann who source them the best ingredients form Germany. There are 6 variants of beer and the last two variants are not available on their menu –

  • The Liberator – Lager
    • Alcohol by Volume: 4.5%
  • The chief
    • Alchohol by volume: 4.6%
  • Dark Lord
    • Alchohol by volume: 4.5%
  • The Kapitan
    • Alcohol by volume: 6%
  • Smoking Konig
    • Alcohol by volume: 5.2%
  • Radler – who call it as sports drink
    • Large flavoured with lemon and alcohol by volume: 2.4%

Also we had few coolers – Watermelon cooler, Non-veg Tandoori Platter, Vegetarian Platter, Oriental Platter and platter with few veggies. All the platters are scrumptious and mouth-watering which makes you to fall in love with. I had watermelon cooler, tasted strawberry last but not to miss since it’s my first time, I tasted few sips of Radler which was flavored with lemon and loved it. They change the flavor as per the seasonal fruits.

Also we were demonstrated about the beer brewing

  • First they mix the malt with boiling water for almost 8 hrs
  • Secondly they mix all other ingredients and ferment for almost 8 hrs.
  • Thirdly they mix with the flavors.

Enjoyed a lot with our fellow foodies team, thanks to District 6 and FBAB for this meetup.


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