Did You Know Germany Has Invented Beer Powder? See It Here! 🤯

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Let’s talk about beer! And a brand new invention that has come out of Germany… Is it wrong or is it oh-so-right?!

A German brewery has invented the worlds first beer powder 🤯. You simply mix the powder with water and you have beer. Well non-alcoholic beer without bubbles anyway.

They see it as a great way to save costs on export and it being good for the environment too. However, it is controversial.

In this article, we’re talking all about this beer powder so read on to find out more!

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German beer powdeR: good or badPin

In the video below, you’ll learn all about it including what it tastes like.

It’s currently non-alcoholic, but they are working on an alcoholic version.

It’s controversial in part because the manufacturers are not sharing the ingredients or process. Does it keep to the German beer purity laws where only malt, hops, yeast and water can be used?!

I’m not sure if the world is ready for beer powder yet, but I guess we shall find out! Let me know what you think in the comments below.

Want to learn more about German food and drinks? Find our guide to German beer culture here and find out what you can eat and drink at German Christmas Markets here. You can also find all our German food articles here.

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By Sharon Gourlay

Sharon first fell in love with Germany back in 2000 on her first visit. She loves the long history, the picturesque Old Towns, the castles, the food, everything really! Since then, she has visited many times and loves writing about Germany here so you can enjoy it too. In fact, Sharon loves German culture so much that she sent her kids to a German primary school in Australia. She especially loves Berlin and towns with charming Old Towns like Celle and Quedlinburg. Sharon also has a Certificate III in International Travel Sales and understands the nitty gritty of travel planning. Through this site, she'll help you have the perfect trip to Germany whether it's your first or tenth time!

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