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Bavarian beer is famous around the world, and for good reason. It is commonly served in one-liter mugs and can contain up to 6% alcohol. In its early days, beer was considered food just as vital to the diet as bread. But after many citizens fell ill after consuming beer in 1516, the Duke of Bavaria, Wilhelm IV, issued the first food law in the world regulating the purity of Bavarian beer. The law stated that only water, barley and hops could be used to brew beer (yeast was added later) and this strict rule has remained in effect for most German beer-makers. The region has over 600 breweries and also has the oldest brewery in Germany.


Bavarian beer is famous around the world, and for good reason. It is commonly served in one-liter mugs and can contain up to 6% alcohol. In its early days, beer was considered food just as vital to the diet as bread. But after many citizens fell ill after consuming beer in 1516, the Duke of Bavaria, Wilhelm IV, issued the first food law in the world regulating the purity of Bavarian beer. The law stated that only water, barley and hops could be used to brew beer (yeast was added later) and this strict rule has remained in effect for most German beer-makers. The region has over 600 breweries and also has the oldest brewery in Germany.

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