Hops Not Hate – turning social drinking into social giving

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Hops Not Hate – turning social drinking into social giving

Søren Parker Wagner has always loved beer. He started home brewing in 2006, worked as head brewer at Nørrebro Bryghus,…

“We can’t grow wine here – we’re a beer country”

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“We can’t grow wine here – we’re a beer country”

With the Carlsberg tower looming over the Copenhagen skyline, and a main ingredient, hops, indigenous to Denmark, it’s safe to…

The religion of liberal drinking

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The religion of liberal drinking

In December, a week before Christmas, Cecilie and Emily hosted a traditional Danish ‘julefrokost’ in their spacious apartment in Copenhagen’s…

Get stuck in – Penyllan

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Get stuck in – Penyllan

On a recent Sunday evening, two saddle-sore cyclists stopped at the Nordlandet Hotel in Ållinge, a village on the northwest…

Get stuck in — BRUS

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Get stuck in — BRUS

Brewers Tore Gynther and Tobias Emil Jensen have come home at last. The To Øl founders got their start as…