This almost makes me want to try beer again . . . almost

Tucked high in the hills of the Black Forest of south western Germany
lies the little Rothaus brewery which has been happily — and quietly
— making its beer since 1791.

At 1,000 metres above sea level, it’s Germany’s highest brewery.
Beer connoisseurs wax lyrical about the softness of the water, drawn
from seven mountain springs, that goes into making the main brand,
Tannenzäpfle (Fir Cone) beer, which has become a cult hit in big city
bars around Germany.

Growing Taste for Black Forest Beer: The Reluctant Cult Brand – International – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News

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