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Countless alleged facts are circulating about our favorite drink: It is said that excessive or long-term consumption of beer is responsible for the famous beer belly, the brewing piece is denied any nutritional value, it is described as a purely male drink and it is assumed that the brewery is dying. None of these assumptions are actually facts. The visceral fat on the stomach of many dignified old men is by no means just from the beer, but can be attributed to poor nutrition, lack of exercise, stress and too much alcohol in any form. And although at first glance beer does not belong in the "healthy nutrition" category, it does have valuable minerals and vitamins to offer. In addition, alcohol-free beer is isotonic and provides the body with electrolytes after exercise. It is definitely a fact that men like to drink beer, but women also like to drink Pils and Co. This development is certainly also due to the fact that there are currently more and more young breweries that are entering the beer market with varied, new styles and mix up ideas.
To celebrate this good news, let’s have a beer first. A refreshing option for festivities of all kinds is, for example, the organic beer from the Vulkan brewery. The finely tart delicacy is made with raw materials from controlled organic cultivation and scores with its sparkling character and impeccable taste.
Water, barley malt, hops, yeast