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Artisanal Beer Brewers Find Growing Niche In Berlin

BERLIN, GERMANY - NOVEMBER 12: A waitress at Hops & Barley brewpub carries beer on November 12, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. In a country known for centuries for its beer, several microbreweries have opened within the past year that are not only bending traditional rules on the types of ingredients used, opting for American-style hops such as Amarillo and Cascade instead of German ones, but also moving beyond the official legal doctrine, known as the Reinheitsgebot, or 'German Beer Purity Law,' which stated that water, barley and hops were the only ingredients allowed in the production of the beverage. While the law has since been expanded, it continues to be referenced on beer bottles for marketing purposes. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images)
Artisanal Beer Brewers Find Growing Niche In Berlin
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Adam Berry / Stringer
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187774542
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Getty Images News
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November 12, 2013
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