Craft beer has become an integral part of the beverage culture in Germany. But, an initial wave of consolidation is brewing in the still young craft beer movement.
Author: Dirk Omlor
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Curiosity about new flavors with a splash of modern zeitgeist: Landbier and Kellerbier varieties move into the fast lane
Specialty beers are making waves on the German beer market. The Landbier and Kellerbier styles have joined lager as drinkers’ favorites. That shouldn’t come as a surprise: These styles of beer perfectly meld the current zeitgeist with drinkers’ desire to switch things up and taste something new. Beverages in this vein embody the concepts of local production, artisanship, tradition and a commitment to quality.