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Re: Swiss Beer Appreciation Thread

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Tag der offenen Tür bei Feldschlösschen

Am 25. April öffnet die Brauerei Feldschlösschen von 10 bis 17 Uhr Tür und Tor des beliebten Schlosses in Rheinfelden. Besucherinnen und Besucher erwartet auf dem Areal ein buntes und vielfältiges Programm für die ganze Familie.

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Or for some "proper" Swiss beer, head to Solothurn this weekend for the first of this years major Swiss beer festivals. Amazing small brewers such as Storm and Anchor, 523, Trois Dames, BFM, Bier Factory Rapperswil etc will be there.

It starts 4pm Thursday, I'll be going at 4pm Friday for a few hours, anyone want to join me?

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I used to think microbrewing would never come to Germany as the traditional breweries had the market well covered and offered sufficient variety and innovation to keep any new guys out. But thankfully I was wrong and although the trend started a bit later in Germany, it has been catching up very quickly. Virtually every city has at least one microbrew these days and most of them are amazingly good.
I was at the Munich Craft Bier festival back in March and tried some amazing stuff. Flying Turtle Pale Ale from Berlin and an incredible Coffee IPA from Hamburg were just some of the stars. The beer scene in Germany is going to explode in the next year or two.
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Re: Swiss Beer Appreciation Thread

I love craft beers. they smell good and taste fantastic.
but its not a beer that you can drink a few because you will have headaches and stomach issues for a couple of days following.

I must say that clean swiss feldschlosschen and qualfrish never gave me a headache or stomach issues!
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