Munich Walking Around

2017-09-08 - 03:33 | News | Tags: |

The Duke William IV of Bavaria enacted on April 23, 1526 the ‘purity law’, based on the brewing until the European Union abolished the opinion in 1986. Required that the producer of the drink focus its development on three ingredients: water, hops and barley malt. Thus favored the aristocratic monopoly on trade was barley and marked, without intending it, a distinctive tradition with other producing countries in the fermented product. Today in Munich, the beer continues to develop following this recipe, recognized as a quality assurance that chemical additives are conspicuous by their absence, but must compete with an extensive range of brands. Among them, the most popular low fermentation – the hello-and by contrast the “Weiss-beer”. All that runs through the streets of the capital of Bavaria is not alcohol, and sausage. Heinrich Heine city very accurately defined with this sentence: “Among the art and beer, Munich is like a village encamped between hills. ” Paradoxical result of this mix is the coexistence of the best art galleries in Germany with the Oktoberfest, which takes in The “resien-wiese” paying homage to beer since 1810. This multifaceted nature affects the type of visitor that comes to town, with the third most populous country, and that bond is available for the use of transport in the city, bike paths and a network to offset expenditure leads to the discovery of the Bavarian city. The urban distribution Theodor Fisher made the late nineteenth century remains essential despite the bombing during the Second World War and its inhabitants have managed to overcome the slaughter at the Olympic Games in 1972 and have been used by Hitler after the First large War.