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Beer Festival

Here's cheers: tap into the world of crafty brews

According to Jonathan So Shing-bong, the city has never had a genuine beer festival, featuring products from a wide range of different brewers, of the sort that European and American beer fans will be familiar with.

Thursday, 19 April, 2012, 12:00am

From beer to eternity

Some long-time beer drinkers in the city feel that mainstream beverages such as Carlsberg, Heineken and San Miguel remain predominant outside of a few select outlets, and that's something they would certainly like to see changed.

Despite the buzz, Hongkongers drink only four litres each a year of wine and 21.9 litres of beer.

11 Aug 2011 - 12:00am

Silly season for SAR as bierfest returns

Martin Wies and Uwe Ninow founded the Notenhoblers, a traditional German oompah band, in their southern German hometown of Ulm 12 years ago.

4 Oct 1997 - 12:00am

Soaking up a cultural experience

THERE are some aspects of Western culture the Chinese have embraced with unexpected passion.

They are not the ones you would think of if asked to do so. There is no cafe society to speak of in Hong Kong and the convenience of the queue has never caught on, probably because pushing is generally quicker.

7 Oct 1995 - 12:00am