Germans have been toasting the success of their football heroes, reversing a generation-long decline in beer sales to see a 4.4% jump in the year to July.
Taking the celebration of Wines of Germany’s 31 Days of German Riesling campaign to new heights, staff at Amathus have been getting naked in honour of the grape.
Jägermeister’s first ever UK TV advert has been banned after it was deemed to encourage “tough” or “daring” behaviour.
A German motorway was left flooded with thousands of litres of beer on Monday when a truck carrying several hundred crates toppled over.
A gang of thieves broke into a German warehouse and stole £1.7million worth of beer, enough to fill 10 trucks, while the country was celebrating its World Cup victory.
An Irish pub was left dry as a bone after offering a price slash on Erdinger beer for every time Germany scored in their World Cup semi-final clash with Brazil.
Moselland eG, one of Germany’s largest winegrowing cooperatives, has appointed a new chief executive.
Following strong lobbying from Germany’s brewers’ association, the government is to tighten laws on fracking to protect water sources for beer production.
Bernhard Huber, one of Germany’s leading Pinot Noir producers, has died aged 55 following a two year battle with cancer.
Invading plastic particles have been identified in a number of German beers threatening the country’s historic beer purity laws.
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