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In an effort to lessen the number of trucks in the picturesque Belgian city of Bruges, the municipality decided to drastically reduce congestion by accepting an application from the company “De Halve Maan.” A 3 km long underground conduit between the brewery and bottling plant means that 500 trucks will no longer need to drive through the centre of Bruges each year.
The canals of Bruges

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There are things you can carry so that you can have the time of your life at the festival without becoming bankrupt.

tips for attending the oktoberfest

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When you think of drinking in Italy, craft beer doesn’t normally spring to mind but over the past few years Rome has seen an explosion of bars selling birra artigianale (“artisanal beer”).

Best craft beer bars in Rome

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If you love beer, autumn is the season to be in Munich, which hosts world-famous Oktoberfest, an annual beer festival, during September-October. The city boasts more than 150 biergartens that remain open from April to October. The largest and the oldest beer gardens are within the city limits. Taste a Bavarian beer in one of the traditional beer gardens, as month of October is coming to a close. But what is a beer garden? A true beer garden dotted with chestnut trees serves handcrafted Bavarian beer in beer mugs and uses wooden tables instead of modern plastic tables and umbrellas.

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There is a lot of things that you can say about the city of Brussels where being a favorite tourist destination is concerned. The architecture, the mixed cultural base, the history, and of course the Belgium cuisine are all great reasons to visit the city. However, for many international travelers as well as the locals, it is the beers that hold the allure for a lot of people who have never experienced what Brussels has to offer. The following is a list for our top picks where Brussels breweries are concerned.

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The world’s largest fair of the year is right around the corner and the city of Munich, Germany and the city is preparing for its annual average of 6 million visitors that typical inundate the town for the duration of Oktoberfest, the country’s largest annual event. Even though you don’t want to sound like a local, it takes more than just learning the tips in your guidebook for ordering a few liters of beer and sounding somewhat like a local. Here are a few tips for attending Oktoberfest this year and enjoying yourself among the crowds.

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A number of tourists today take health and wellness vacations where they book reservations at spa resorts domestically and internationally. They have numerous choices to select from. Some go for hot springs or mud baths while others prefer facials or therapeutic massage. One way are the other, there are numerous options. One of the latest health and wellness crazes is beer spa therapy which is extremely popular in Austria and Germany as well as the Czech Republic. Surprisingly, beer spa therapy dates back to the days of ancient Rome.

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When visiting Dublin, the capital of Ireland, there are many sights worth to visit. Travelers can find many attractions all around the city. It is clever to buy a hop on and off bus ticket to explore the city. The bus stops at the biggest tourist spots of the city, like the National Museum or National Gallery. It is good to know that the city centre is relatively small and can be easily explored by foot. Dublin is divided by the River Liffey, on the north side a shopping area can be found. All shoppers should note O’Connell Street, Grafton Street and Henry Street. On the south side tourist explore numerous attractions, museums and galleries.

Dublin Castle

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Good things come to those who wait. The most famous black alcoholic drink in the world is one of the very few beers to be known throughout the entire world. But, how did this black stuff become such a staple drink in the world of beer? It waited. That’s what it did.

Guinness Factory Dublin

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For many international travelers as well as the locals, it is the beers that hold the allure for a lot of people travelling to Brussels. The following is a list for our top picks where Brussels breweries are concerned.

brussels beer

Brewer’s House – originally, this was the brewers of Brussels guild headquarters. Today, the Belgian Brewer’s Association is located in an 18th century mansion in the Grand Place in Den Gulden Boom. Today it is more of a museum, but it is well worth visiting because of the overview that it provides the visitor with of the history of the beer brewing industry in the city of Brussels. The museum is located in the cellar of this structure and the upper floors are always closed to the visiting public. read full article

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Prague takes its beer seriously, very seriously indeed. This makes it a heaven for connoisseurs who will want to avoid the tourist trap pubs selling mass produced and often imported beer and head straight for the real thing.

Prague

The U černého vola, or ‘At the Black Ox’, is a great little place near the Castle and so convenient for sightseeing. It serves Kozel beer and great food in a friendly atmosphere, although the ratio of locals to tourists is falling. read full article

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Renowned for its architecture, art, culture, history, and yes, those “coffee shops”, the city of Amsterdam offers something for every type of tourist, hence the city’s growing popularity as a targeted European vacation destination. However, international and local connoisseurs of beer and wine respect the city for producing some of the finest alcoholic beverages in the world.
Breweries in amsterdam
The following is a list of our top picks for breweries in Amsterdam. read full article

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Although London holds a lot of allure for international vacationers with its multi-cultural population, history, and numerous other venues, the city is not normally known for its beer breweries like the entire UK is renowned for its numerous pubs.
Drinking Beer in London
Surprisingly, there are numerous breweries in London worth mentioning and we have listed our top choices as the best breweries in London below. read full article

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When you think of Ireland, one thing instantly springs to mind: Guinness. The dark nectar is synonymous with the country and no visit would be complete without sampling at least a few pints.

pint of beer

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The Great British Beer Festival or GBBF as it is most commonly abbreviated is a beer festival held on an annual basis in the UK. It was originally organized and established by CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, in an effort to bring more awareness to numerous cask ales and other alcoholic beverages both in the UK and internationally. The GBBF is also the home of Champion Beer of Britain awards. Originally established in 1977, the festival is usually held in early August (3rd through the 7th of August, 2010) in Earl’s Court, London.

London British Beer Festival

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