Kasauli Brewery’s history predates the town itself. This brewery was established by Edward Dyer in the 1820s who brought the necessary equipment from England and decided to start a brewery at this location. It is the world’s highest distillery and boasts of being Asia’s oldest operating distillery for 'scotch whiskey'. Today the brewery still stands tall and has earned quite a name for itself. Kasauli Brewery serves different types of brewed and imported drinks which will surely help you unwind. It is famous for serving single-malt whiskeys and freshly brewed Indian pale. The grand ambiance with vivacious décor and bright light arrangements lift your spirits. Relax in the plush seating arrangement with stools and chairs spread around a big bar table. The staff impresses you with its service and makes sure that you have a satisfactory experience at this place.
Unwind yourself with the different types of domestic, imported, mixed, brewed, red, and white drinks at the Hangout Rooftop Bar and Restaurant. Nestled within the premises of Hotel Kasauli Regency, the place has a serene setting. The ambiance of the place doesn’t have any frills to it. The décor of the place is bright with sparkling lighting arrangements. It has a comfortable seating arrangement. Apart from the branded drinks, some of the cocktails like Margarita, Martini, Blue Lagoon, and Long Island Iced Tea are highly recommended here. The services provided by the cordial staff is also quite commendable and will surely make your visit to this place a memorable one. It also serves munchies that you can munch down while sipping the drinks. The most interesting and highlighting element of the Hangout Bar is the Live DJ performances on weekend nights. The music varies from Bollywood classics to latest peppy numbers, retro Hollywood to hip-hop, and from rock & roll to the classic jazz.
Kasauli Club Within the Indian Army premises, Kasauli Club is one of the most prestigious social clubs in India. Its membership is highly sought after, and, thus, there's an average waiting time of 15 years. The club is managed by a regular Indian Army officer assigned as the 'Club Secretary'. The remaining staff is comprised of civilians. Typical of hill architecture, the club was constructed mostly of seasoned wood. The interior finish and decor are lavish. Facilities include lodging, a squash court that has been redone recently, two tennis courts, bridge/card rooms, billiards, and an outdoor garden. less little