Motor Works and Brewing Company, Sector 5, Salt Lake, Kolkata - 700091

  • Contact: +919015137590
  • Address: EN 1, Sector 5, Salt Lake, Kolkata - 700091 -, West Bengal

About Us

Welcome to the Motor Works and Brewing Company world where you will find everything to be a blend of motor and steel. Sitting in Motor Works and Brewing Company is like sipping beer in an urbane industrial plant watching a play.

Imagine if you will, the unique muscle Beer Mugs as our action hero! He’s the one calling the shots, making the hops and malts dance to his tunes. Why? Well the Beer Mug wants his beer of course! Once the taps are turned on, the bartender gently fills the mugs with a fresh, fragrant brew and let’s the foam settle on top! Aah, a sight to behold. 

Adding drama to the ambience and making it interactive, one can see the brewing happening in front of them and has the opportunity to interact with the brewer, watch them in action and get the fragrant aroma of fresh beer brewing. See the cleaning of the tanks or the levels being checked, right in front of you.

The entire setting - the background, the little elements of cutlery tags and the MWBC toolkits are enacting a part, a role. All these elements come together to curate something unique ... They unfold the mystique, the magic of the MWBC industrial set up. The MWBC play encompasses all the senses of sight, touch, smell and hearing! The tastes and the feel of the place will leave a long last impression and linger with you long after you leave.

Motor Works and Brewing Company brings to the forefront, a deep and intrinsic relationship between motors and beers. An adrenalin rush, a deep rooted emotion links, sipping a cold brew to driving your favourite car or riding a bike. Research shows that people with an adventurous spirit tend to have a strong liking to beer and beer is something that has an intrinsic value of entertainment as does biking. Hence, we decided to combine the two emotions and bring together. Something very raw, very exciting!

Motor Works stands for a fully stainless steel and wood cased Food truck which will prepare and serve the food for the brewery. Glimpse the truck if you can (it moves around the property at different times).

We pride ourselves on -

Being the first brewery in India with a food truck. Brewing distinctly flavoured beers with innovations like Radler, Apple Cider, Mead and Chilly Beer! And of course with our motor premise, our beers are aptly called Motor Fuel. Installing the first pour your own beer system in India. Having the first full copper tank brewery with a horizontal stacking of storage tanks. One of the most innovatively engineered breweries in the world. Being the first open brewery! Be a part of the brewing experience up close and personal, right at the bar. Keg on the table - a must see! A specially curated beer infused food menu - prepared with your favorite brew. 

Party under the stars and experience our beer garden!   

Very Important, we do not promote drinking and driving. Motor driving and drinking are 2 separate entities and under no circumstances should be combined.

Welcome to Motor Works and Brewing Company - let the journey be exciting and fun.

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5 High-Calorie Cocktails To Avoid

While you go on your stint of visiting your favorite bar or pub nearby, you go through the drinks menu wondering what to order. While some cocktails are tempting, you need to watch out for the below names as they are filled with calories. These may not be good for your waistline. Here are five cocktails to avoid.

  1. Eggnog: If it is the holiday season, then this is one of the most popular cocktails, even though you would want to have a few times, refrain from ordering more. This cocktail has sugar, egg yolk, heavy cream, and milk amounting up to 400 calories and finishes it off with spiced rum or Mcdowell's no 1 rum.

  2. Long Island tea: This cocktail is a mix of vodka, tequila, light rum, gin with coca cola. It is known to go down easy and cause one of the worst hangovers. If this doesn't keep you away from ordering then this would- this cocktail has all the sugar from alcohol and soda, it is also served in an oversized glass which makes it even more calorific.

  3. Mudslide: This is not just a cocktail, but an adult desert and a milkshake. This cocktail has vodka, Kahlua, Bailey, and cream, which makes a whopping 800 calories.

  4. White Russian: Made up of vodka, Kahlua and heavy cream this cocktail is sure a winner with your taste buds, but not with your health. It initially will have 500 calories. You can also make it with low calorie using low-fat milk and cream, which will be much less tasty.

  5. Mai Tai: This thick and creamy cocktail is the ideal beverage when it comes to vacations, but do not get carried over as there are added calories sugary syrup and juice which is quite heavy on your waistline.

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5 Tips To Drink The Hemingway!

Ernest Hemingway was America’s famous novelist and a Nobel prize winner. He was also passionate about his booze. Here are 5 points from the great writer which can make your date with your favorite alcohol memorable. Next time when you are at a pub nearby and sipping on some Johnny Walker or Antiquity blue remember these.

  1. The world is best known for its local alcohol, yes! If you want to know what a country’s real culture is then visit its local bars and interact with the crowd. There are also a few local delicacies which are famous for that place, for example, Absinthe in Paris, Rum in Cuba, and Schnapps in Germany.

  2. Be it a cozy home bar or a pub nearby always have a stock of quality whiskey, as it is the best drink to sip and have a good drink with friends; also many classic cocktails have this as their base spirit.

  3. You should never drink and work a says, Hemingway because tasting alcohol is best when relaxed and in the company of friends.

  4. Always know your cocktail, even though you are a regular at a bar or the bartender is your friend, it is always advised to know your cocktail.

  5. One must always drink alcohol when it's cold. He even describes a method of using tennis ball cans to make dense ice cubes to be used in Martinis.

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