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From: hplabs!hp-lsd.cos.hp.com!ihlpl!korz (Algis R Korzonas +1 708 979 8583)
Subject: Beer in Europe
Date: 1990-05-08 16:42:44 GMT

Chris--
I suggest:

1. Germany 2. Bavaria 3, Munchen (although every town over 500
inhabitants has a brewery) 4. There are literally dozens.

Notes: I've been there. I loved it. Augsburg is also a great town.
It had just celebrated it's 2000th (yes, 2 * 10^3) anniversary.
The Riegele (sp?) Brewery is next to the Banhoff (Train station).
I suggest getting a Eurail pass, setting up base camp in a small
town hostel near Munchen and then make day trips via train.

1. Czechoslovakia 2. Pilsen (?) 3. Pilsen 4. ????

Notes: I've never been there. It's the birthplace of Pilsener.
Eurail passes may not work - they did not work in East Germany
two years ago.

Al.


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