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Title: The Beers and Brewing Systems of Northern France (1905)
Post by: narcout on March 21, 2021, 10:49:44 am
Saw this on Reddit, thought is was interesting...

https://crescentcitybrewtalk.com/the-beers-and-brewing-systems-of-northern-france/
Title: Re: The Beers and Brewing Systems of Northern France (1905)
Post by: Drewch on March 22, 2021, 07:18:50 am
Interesting. Thanks for sharing this.
Title: Re: The Beers and Brewing Systems of Northern France (1905)
Post by: fredthecat on March 29, 2021, 09:53:20 am
they show that by 1904 (for all of france presumably) there was a massive amount of german made imported beer vs english

(https://crescentcitybrewtalk.files.wordpress.com/2021/03/image-1.png)

that is really interesting as i had heard that in the mid 1800s, english beer dominated continental europe for import demand. i can believe this is true, with the rise of bavarian region brewing industries, but i wonder what factors were at play - franco-prussian war establishing a forced economic connexion? advertising? preference swinging so apparently drastically is huge.