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In the past decade the United States has made great progress towards creating higher standards for consumer products. However, Germany began this process 495 years ago when the Bavarian government enacted Reinheitsgebot or “Bavarian Purity Law.” This law ensured the … Continue reading
When you contemplate breweries and their function in society, you don’t necessarily connect them to religion, or for that matter, pious monks. Interestingly enough, the brewers back in the early Middle Ages were none other than scripture reading clergymen! Yes, … Continue reading
We were going to write about all the great beers at Oktoberfest, and then found this article on DarkRoastedBlend.com pretty much giving the full lowdown on all the amazing things Oktoberfest has to offer – huge beers, lots of singing … Continue reading
9. Beer for breakfast in the Viktualienmarkt, Munich Given one place to eat and drink for the rest of my life, Bavaria would be the clear winner. When Americans think of stereoypical German icons – big steins of beer, pretzels, lederhosen, Oktoberfest – they’re really … Continue reading