The Palatinate term “Worschtzippel” means sausage end in English and is the nickname for the inhabitants of the village of Bann. For this reason, they call their village fair “Worschtzippelfest”…. Read more
For almost 30 years the “Kerchemer Bierwoche” has been alluring many visitors to Kirchheimbolanden. The popular beer festival and funfair is known way beyond the local area. More than 25… Read more
Ingredients for 4 people 4 nice pork steaks from the neck (Schweinenacken steaks) 4 medium sized onions, peeled and cut in half rings 1 bottle of dark German beer 1… Read more
While it’s still summer and the sun is shining, head to a beer garden. Enjoy an evening with fine beer, delectable meals, and good fun for the entire family.
Whether you decide to visit Ehingen for its architecture, castles or beer, it makes no difference. This quick drive through the Swabian valley makes a perfect day trip from Stuttgart.
Looking to score some of the ‘best beer in the world’? Take a drive to Belgium’s Westvleteren Brewery. With esteemed reputation as brewers, the Trappist Monks at the Abbey of Saint Sixtus produce beer with unmatchable taste and quality.
Though there isn’t any shortage of places to enjoy a beer this time of year, indulge yourself at Welde Brewery. You can enjoy various delicious beers and grab a bite to eat the first Sunday of the month.
Getränkemarkt Maruhn in Darmstadt prides itself in having specialty selections of beverages from around the world. Pick up your next beer, wine and more.
There are 5000 different types of German beer which are made by more than 1300 breweries. So it might take you some time to sample them all!
In Belgium, small local breweries produce complex and unique batches of beer that lend themselves quite easily to a even the most picky of wine connoisseurs.