200 years ago, the King of Bavaria decreed that breweries would be permitted to operate a pub on their own premises. Ever since, the beer garden has been a Bavarian tradition enjoyed by both locals and tourists.
With ever more people living in urban centers, food security — and quality — is becoming a pressing issue. In Germany, cities are increasingly taking the task of producing organic products to a hyperlocal level.
Want to fit in at the world's biggest beer festival? Then grab your Bavarian-style outfit and brush up on your language skills. The Bavarians speak their own brand of German.
Rather than abstaining from alcohol, Germany's politicians took swigs of beer and rhetorical swipes at one another during traditional party gatherings on Ash Wednesday. But the humor also veered into more serious ground.
Pilsner, Pale lager or the dark Imperial Stout? Your preference in beer can reveal a lot about you, says a recent study.
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