Garlic beer? A microbrewery reinvents the pint
15 August 2021 | 2:58 pm
Would you prefer a chili beer or perhaps a cool garlic larger? This Canadian micro-brewery in is reinventing the classic pint by brewing unusual beers on demand to satisfy courageous customers’ thirst for novelty. Based in Quebec City, ‘Brasseurs sur demande’ is the first brewery in the province to specialize exclusively in niche beers - with varying degrees of success.
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The investment case for the Nigerian beer market has weakened in recent years with a significant drop in the sector's earnings pool, which fell to 271 million dollars in 2016 from 609 million dollars in 2013.
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People in Turkey are choosing to brew their own alcoholic beverages to avoid high prices in pubs and clubs.
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Royal fans with a taste for beer will be able to celebrate Prince Harry and fiancee Meghan Markle's wedding day with a special ale brewed in the town where the couple will get married next month.
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California church to offer beer during services the greater purpose community church in Santa Cruz says it will serve beer and wine during Sunday services.
14 Feb 2019
International brewers are hoping to tap into Nigeria's growing taste for beer. At present, the average Nigerian consumes just nine liters of beer a year. Beer companies say that leaves a lot of room for growth.
17 May 2019
Using coasters in pubs to improve understanding of the teachings of Islam in Germany is not going down well with some Muslim groups. They believe the connection between alcohol and religion is unwise.
26 May 2019
Israeli researchers unveil a beer at a bar in Jerusalem that was brewed from yeast extracted from ancient jars which is similar to what the Pharaohs would have imbibed.
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A court has instituted an alcohol ban at a neo-Nazi event taking place in Ostritz, a town in Saxony. A counterprotest has also been barred from demonstrating directly in front of the venue.
22 Jul 2019
South Korean citizens boycott Japanese products. Some market owners refuse to sell Japanese products such as beer and cigarettes, and citizens protest against the Japanese government and their restrictions.
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You may be surprised to learn that moderate beer consumption has been linked to several nutritional benefits. Here are five surprising health benefits associated with drinking beer responsibly.
9 May 2020
Mexico has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic in many ways but beer lovers are finding the containment measures particularly hard to stomach -- "It doesn't matter how badly you want a beer, it's not possible to get one", says one convenience store worker.
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The pandemic has been brutal for the world’s pubs, which were shut quickly due to social distancing. This has been particularly painful in Ireland, where they are critical to the country’s economic and social life.
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Taking inspiration from Ann L. Mason, a U.S. diplomat who was already using a tuk tuk, three other diplomats, Shareen J. Kitterman, Ruth Holmberg and Jennifer Bywaters have bought personalised tuk tuks.
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Staff at the museum in Manching, a town in Bavaria, discovered a broken display case. Authorities said a daring heist occurred in the early hours Tuesday.
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Around 500 migrants on board a rusty fishing vessel adrift in the Mediterranean Sea have been successfully towed to port. The Hellenic Coast Guard says a major rescue operation was launched following a distress call.
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African leaders said they would try to alleviate cyclic food insecurity on the continent back in 2003. It's time they got on with it, and they can use Western money to do so, writes DW’s George Okach.
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Rising gas and oil prices have plunged Europe into its worst energy crisis in decades. France has been hit hard, but perhaps not for the reasons you would expect. Nuclear and hydroelectric power, the country's main sources of electricity, are both running out of steam. Has the French energy mix hit a breaking point? We take a closer look in this edition of Down to Earth.
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Rights groups and a prominent cleric have warned of a military crackdown in the Kurdish city, following intense protests there. Meanwhile, Iran arrested two actresses, and its football captain spoke up at the World Cup.