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Hugo Drink Recipe- Learn How to make this Refreshing Cocktail!

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Looking for a refreshing way to beat the heat? This Hugo drink recipe is simple enough for even the most inexperienced home bartender to make… yet it’s delightfully tasty. Think of it as a variation on a Mojito or a Wine Spritzer. The Hugo uses sparkling wine, mint, and Elderflower Syrup. It’s the Elderflower that […]

German Flammkuchen Recipe – How to Make Flammkuchen at Home

Erdinger’s Raspberry Beer Punch Recipe – A German Weissbierbowle Recipe

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I find that here in California, when I say”Beer Punch Recipe“, people look at me funny. In a world of craft and specialty beers, why would you mix in fruits and champagne? You know why? Because the flavor is out of this world delicious, and it’s quite refreshing on a warm day. A German Bowle, […]

German Flammkuchen Recipe – How to Make Flammkuchen at Home

What is Bavarian Beer? A Beginners Guide to Bavarian Beer Styles

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Bavaria, in the heart of Southern Germany, is world-renowned for its beer, and this region has given birth to a wonderful array of brews. But what differentiates the diverse beers of Bavaria, and which kind most perfectly suits your taste? Sit down in a Gasthaus, or visit a BierGarten, and suddenly, you are faced with […]

German Flammkuchen Recipe – How to Make Flammkuchen at Home

Erdbeerbowle – A Refreshing Summer Strawberry and Wine Punch

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  Growing up, whenever my family has a larger summer gathering or Grill Party, my mother will make an Erdbeerbowle. This refreshing wine and strawberry punch is perfect on a warm afternoon. Sweet and light (but not TOO sweet). Plus, there is fruit involved, so you can sort of pretend it’s healthy. (Watch out for […]

German Flammkuchen Recipe – How to Make Flammkuchen at Home

Where to Get a Personalized Beer Boot- And What to DO With it!

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I remember the first time I saw a Beer Boot… I was 18 years old in Heidelberg, and a group of friends and I were in a Gasthaus where a Beer Boot competition was happening. I’m happy  to report that my Texan friend  won hands down (several times…) His prize? a Beer Boot to take […]

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