Does beer lose its charm in Germany?

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As we read in Reuters, Germans are no longer as fervent drinkers of beer as they once were, this is the conclusion provided by the German Brewers Association.

According to the data provided by the report they have prepared, there have already been 8 consecutive years of decline in beer consumption, in the 80s Germans consumed an average of 156 liters of beer per person and today that figure is around 112 ,5 liters. By the way, the price of beer is not the reason if anyone can think of it, a pint in the center of Berlin costs only 90 cents, in Madrid or Barcelona it costs much more. Returning to the subject, it seems that habits are changing and now non-alcoholic drinks are becoming more popular.

Beer is no longer a German standard, although Germany is really the country of beers, where in each city or town there may be a craft factory that supplies the precious drink. In any case, it would be interesting to know what the rate of beer consumption was at the German beer festival, Oktoberfest.

Via | Reuters More information | Yahoo More information | Europeas Beer Guide Directly to the Paladar | Beer related news

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