Here’s to Bavarian Beer! German Brewers Want “Purity Law” Honored as Cultural Treasure

Germany has about 1,300 breweries and 5,000 brands of beer — and the German Brewers' Foundation wants them celebrated by the U.N.

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German beer brewers launched a bid to have their 16th century beer purity  law officially recognized as a cultural treasure for humanity.

The German Brewers’ Federation announced Monday that it applied for UNESCO,  the cultural agency for the United Nations, to add the Bavarian beer law  “Reinheitsgebot” to its Intangible Cultural Heritage list.

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One Reply to “Here’s to Bavarian Beer! German Brewers Want “Purity Law” Honored as Cultural Treasure”

  1. An absolutely unnecessary law meant to support malters and big brewers. BTW: You MUST have yeast, but they knew not of yeast when the gesunheitgefleezen was forced upon small brewers (taverns, essentially) and homebrewers of the time.

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