After the last remaining pub in Brielen, a village in western Belgium, closed down, the pastor of the local church had an idea. He allowed a pub to be opened inside the church after services.
Craft beer is becoming increasingly popular in the southern eurozone nation of Greece. But young brewers such as Nikos Roidos don't have it easy - and not just because of red tape and the ongoing crisis in the country.
There's a special place for Hertha Berlin fans in Germany's capital. A year on from considering Berlin's football identity, DW's Jonathan Harding went to experience the 'Herthaner' fan pub on a matchday.
Does beer help our understanding of molecular science? That thesis is being tested in Hamburg, where dozens of bars have hosted talks by top scientists. Jenny Witt reports.
As the 500th anniversary of the Reformation approaches, the Protestant Church in Hesse and Nassau (EKHN) has launched a quintessentially German religious initiative: "Bible on a beer mat." But who's footing the bill?
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