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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
The Rhine River cities of Cologne and Duesseldorf are separated by a mere 25-minute train ride and several centuries of contempt. “You might say we don’t like each other,” says Arno Fries, a tour guide at the Dom Brewery Museum in … Continue reading
After a quick trip to Pennsylvania for some Yuengling and a detour to Atlantic City for other adult past time fun, I’m back to relay another of The Beer Traveler’s top adventures to you. Enjoy! 7. Lager at the Weihenstephan … Continue reading
8. Rauchbier at the Schlenkerla Tavern, Bamberg, Germany The Bavarian city of Bamberg is the epicenter of the German brewing world. It’s the home of about a dozen breweries, most several hundred years old. Bamberg breweries also produce a couple … 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
12. Hofbrauhaus Lager atop Hitler’s Eagles Nest, Berchtesgaden, Bavaria Believe it or not, Hitler’s Eagles Nest, his Bavarian Alpine mountain retreat built by the Nazi Party, has been turned into a Hofbrauhaus beer hall. You can sit where Hitler once … Continue reading