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Community Spotlight: Celebrating Local Partnerships with 67 Kapitali

Community Spotlight: Celebrating Local Partnerships with 67 Kapitali At Lord Chambray, we're firm believers in the power of community and collaboration. Today, we're thrilled to spotlight one of our cherished partners, 67 Kapitali, a specialist beer bar in Valletta's heart.   In Malta's vibrant craft beer scene lies a distinct hub that epitomises the essence of local brewing: 67 Kapitali. Nestled amidst the bustling streets, this beloved locale curated by Dominique has become synonymous with community, culture, and craft beer. Recently, we had the privilege of sitting down with Dominique to delve into the story behind our collaborative brew venture with 67 Kapitali. As we began our conversation, Dominique's enthusiasm for showcasing Maltese craftsmanship was palpable. "We have 11 beers on draft," he shared. " Although many more are available, featuring all local beers works best for us." This unwavering commitment to championing local artisans s

A Toast to Women in Craft Beer: Celebrating Sylvia's Return

Hello, fellow beer enthusiasts and champions of diversity in craft brewing! As we celebrate International Women's Day, we at Lord Chambray believe in raising a glass for exceptional beers and the incredible women shaping the craft beer industry. Join us on this occasion as we praise the achievements, stories, and, of course, the beers crafted by the talented women in our world. Sylvia's Tale: A Citrusy Fairy-tale Brewed with Magic In 2019, just before the world turned upside down, we embarked on a magical collaboration with our friends from Magic Rock Brewing in the UK. The result? Sylvia is a Citrus Pale Ale that captures the essence of a fairy tale – a tale of creativity, camaraderie, and enchantment. Named after a remarkable Maltese woman working at Magic Rock Brewing during our collaboration, Sylvia was more than just a beer. Like Sleeping Beauty in the tank, it patiently awaited its moment for three months before it could be bottled. And oh, what a moment it was! Syl