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As Oktoberfest madness kicks in, The Bier Library have geared up to relive the beer-drenched history of the world’s largest folk festival by brewing up some authentic beer styles. Set against a rich backdrop, Bier Library’s Oktoberfest is set to take you to Munich’s wonderland,

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As we hover over the fall season, a major celebration approaches. Here, brewers brew their beers and prepare the communities around the world for the annual event by decorating their cities with the blue and white chequered flag. Yes, we’re talking about the Oktoberfest. Oktoberfest is

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Beer poking is an age-old tradition which dates back more than 400 years ago. It was quite popular in the colonial era where a combination of heat and alcohol was preferred during the cold winters. When Colonial Americans were sitting by the campfires in winter,

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Kölsch (or Koelsch, pronounced K'oolsh) is a German pale ale brewed in and around the city of Cologne (Köln). It is a hybrid product which combines the characteristics of both ale and lager fermentation. It is fermented at warmer temperatures with top-fermenting yeast, then conditioned

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The Hop Planter Association Tettnang e.V. is a registered association based in Tettnang. The purpose of the hop planter association Tettnang is to promote hop cultivation in the Tettnang cultivation area and to protect the hop cultivation interests of the members. Tettnanger Hopfen offers a

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Smoked beer is a unique style of beer which gives you a sensation of drinking a smoked sausage or a bacon. Smoked beers have a distinctive smoky flavour derived from malted barley which is dried over an open flame. Prior to the malt kilning and

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Susanne Hecht Global Sales Director, Schneider Weisse History and alcohol haven’t always been the best of companions, they are often seen as two externalities of time and their association isn’t seen as a common one. One tends to inhibit your senses and the other helps recall one’s

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