pleasant life with little or no alcohol is becoming more and more of a trend. In Europe, younger people in particular are avoiding alcohol. But that doesn’t mean that they have to deny themselves cocktails, beer and wine.
After weeks of lockdown due to COVID-19, pubs in Germany are permitted to gradually reopen. They are places where people long to be and they also fulfill a purpose in life, says anthropologist Christoph Wulf.
Non-alcoholic beer has long been on the drinks menu in Germany. But the once ridiculed beverage is becoming increasingly popular. Are Germans sobering up?
The Federal Statistical Office released the sobering news ahead of German Beer Day on April 23. But the price hikes don't seem to have dampened the nation's thirst entirely.
More than 500,000 people have died of COVID-19 and the number of infections worldwide has surpassed 10 million. The World Health Organization has warned that "the worst is yet to come." Follow DW for the latest.
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