Young Master Ales owns four neighbourhood restaurants in Hong Kong. Founder of the micro brewery, Rohit Dugar, invested his own money at the start, later bringing on a private investor. Photo: Christopher DeWolfYoung Master Ales owns four neighbourhood restaurants in Hong Kong. Founder of the micro brewery, Rohit Dugar, invested his own money at the start, later bringing on a private investor. Photo: Christopher DeWolf
Young Master Ales owns four neighbourhood restaurants in Hong Kong. Founder of the micro brewery, Rohit Dugar, invested his own money at the start, later bringing on a private investor. Photo: Christopher DeWolf

Hong Kong’s craft beer makers look overseas for new markets

  • The city’s craft brewers have flourished, driven by banking and finance professionals seeking to transform their passion projects into successful businesses
  • Innovation brought on in part by the need to win over Asian consumers has earned local brewers respect on the world stage
Topic |   Food and Drinks
Young Master Ales owns four neighbourhood restaurants in Hong Kong. Founder of the micro brewery, Rohit Dugar, invested his own money at the start, later bringing on a private investor. Photo: Christopher DeWolfYoung Master Ales owns four neighbourhood restaurants in Hong Kong. Founder of the micro brewery, Rohit Dugar, invested his own money at the start, later bringing on a private investor. Photo: Christopher DeWolf
Young Master Ales owns four neighbourhood restaurants in Hong Kong. Founder of the micro brewery, Rohit Dugar, invested his own money at the start, later bringing on a private investor. Photo: Christopher DeWolf
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