Posts Tagged ‘germany’
The Alt beer is a German style ale brewed in Düsseldorf and other parts of North Rhein-Westphalia which might date back to the 1600. Despite it’s name “alt”, the style never went by this name until the 1980s.
Germans are drinking much less beer. This is a repeat of 2007, 2008, 2009,…
After a night of heavy drinking, the worst thing you can do is attempt to drive a vehicle. No matter what vehicle you drive, you could get seriously injured or killed. Well… usually.
This classic wheat beer is simple to make, but has very interesting and varied flavors.
Warsteiner Dunkel states the beer is “eine Königin unter den Bieren” or “a queen among beers”. Does this beer stand up to its nobility?
Here's a great German amber beer you can try making! This beer is the famous Oktoberfest beer.
Germany is losing their taste for beer. The four horsemen may be upon us.
Looking for a light, sweet Riesling? Here's what we thought about Schloss Lieser Riesling.
There are many festivals and holidays that mark the passage from summer to fall, but one festival stands out over all. Oktoberfest! Eins, zwei, G'suffa!
A new kosher beer called “Simcha” launched in Germany.