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Re: Following the European Beer Trail: Oktoberfest to Sorrento

PHeymont ·
Thanks! I enjoyed this...and hope that Sorrento's beer makes it here to the U.S. I'm going to contact our local importers to see if there's a chance!
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Re: Following the European Beer Trail: Oktoberfest to Sorrento

DrFumblefinger ·
My curiosity is also piqued about this Italian beer. Not sure if I tried beer in Italy. Wine seems to be flowing out of ever crack in every building, but I'll need to give it a try next time I'm there. Hi praise from a Canadian, I might add.
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Re: Following the European Beer Trail: Oktoberfest to Sorrento

GarryRF ·
Peroni is a good example of Italian Beer. Crisp tasting with a malty flavour. A white frothy head and sparkling. Available around the world. Drunk with Pizza and Italian food at UK restaurants.
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Following the European Beer Trail: Oktoberfest to Sorrento

followthelocal ·
To answer your question. Yes, Italians drink beer. It’s not a well-known pastime of Italy, however it is becoming more common. But before we get to Italy let me tell you about my beer adventure that led me to central Italy.   I started the...
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Get Your Drink On at Hofbrauhaus – Munich, Germany

Samantha ·
Samantha and her husband had a great time drinking a liter of beer, listening to music, enjoying a pretzel, and making new friends at Hofbrauhaus in Munich, Germany. Check it out while in the area. You won't be disappointed.
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Oktoberfest in Alexanderplatz

DrFumblefinger ·
    Oktoberfest is an annual 16 day folk festival that runs from mid-September to the first weekend in October.  The largest gathering is in Munich, Germany, which is attended by more then six million people (who consume more than six...
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Security upped for Munich Oktoberfest

PHeymont ·
Munich's big festival of beer and bratwurst is getting addtional security measures this year after terror incidents in European cities.
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Munich's Oktoberfest numbers tumble; Stuttgart's rise

PHeymont ·
Security fears and bad weather lower numbers in Munich, while the sun shines on Stuttgart. No terror attacks, but a lot of bad behavior...
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German beer-drinking hits historic low

PHeymont ·
As Germany celebrates the 500th anniversary of its Beer Purity Law, beer-drinking hits historic lows.
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Re: German beer-drinking hits historic low

DrFumblefinger ·
I would suspect there are two factors involved in this change. 1) The aging of the population. 2) Changing ethnic demographics of the country. If more and more of the people are non drinkers, there will be less beer consumed.
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Re: German beer-drinking hits historic low

GarryRF ·
This quote from a German Lawyer in Berlin : "People are thinking much about their bellies, and beer is not helping."
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