Europe Magazine April 2019

WHAT LOCALS DRINK IN EUROPE

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FILL YOUR GLASS WITH CULTURE AND FLAVOR

Wine, beer and Kinnie The year in Danish drinks

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You have to stay hydrated, so tasting what the locals drink will be a fait accompli on your visit to Europe. Sure, you can find global brands of fizzy drinks, but why not go native and try locally-produced specialties and traditional beverages? Even if all you want is water, you can sample brands of still and sparkling H2O that you’ll never find at home. And yes, they really do all taste different, depending on the minerals present at the source. Liquid refreshment goes far beyond water, of course. Your choices will depend partly on the weather, geography, holidays and festivals. Take the opportunity to taste drinks designed to cool or warm you with time- tested combinations of fermented or distilled fruits or grains, fruit juices, botanicals, honey, and even tree sap! Try mead and feel medieval, hoist a beer and “drink your bread”, celebrate the forest by sipping birch sap, or raise a glass of wonderful wine next to the vineyard where the grapes were grown. Above all, be sure to learn how to say “cheers” in the local language!

Explore Swiss Drinks

Sample a world of flavours

A Berry Surprise

Favorites of Germany Toast with Polish drinks Spain’s most popular drinks Beer varieties of Slovenia

Take a Sip of the Forest

Beer and the Czech Republic

Belgian Beverages Drink like the Croats

What locals drink in Monaco

A toast to Portugal

Ready for a drop of drink? Sauna and craft beer meet Austrians Make Drinking an Art

Flanders’ liquid heritage Local drinks In Romania

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Cheers to Ireland!

EUROPE MAGAZINE / APRIL 2019 ISSUE

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