We have heard about beer from Belgium brewed in a monastery before. Leffe, a famous beer, is certainly brewed in France but originates from Belgian monks. How is with Affligem? (more…)
Eating in Eastern Europe is usually very cheap. The portions are often large and the food is good and homemade. Here are some examples of what food in Eastern Europe can cost and what you get.
Březňák is a Czech beer produced in North Bohemia since 1753. Long was this a beer of local existence and was drunken in most of Eastern Europe. Around the year 2008-2009 Březňák began to emerge in Sweden and has been since 2009 a permanent place in the store catalog. Březňák is estimated as a light beer but which nevertheless has a rich flavor and 5.1 percent by volume.
The world’s most famous beer hall is in Munich and it’s crowded every day of the week. No trip to Munich is complete without drinking beer at Hofbräuhaus München.
Soon comes the time of the year when the Alps in Austria and Germany get flooded by tourists. Many are thirsty and during the high season, millions of liters of draft beer will be served. What is served in the glasses around Alp cities such as Berchtesgaden and Königssee are very likely Wieninger Bier.