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The beer is once again flowing in Munich as this year's Oktoberfest kicked off in the Bavarian capital. The beloved German beer feast is the world's largest beer festival.
The festival is held annually in Munich, with many local breweries hosting huge parties. Beer is traditionally served in one-liter glasses served by men and women wearing traditional Bavarian costumes.
The 16-day festival runs until the first weekend in October with more than 6 million people from around the world attending.
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The Iron Maiden craft ale Trooper has sold 3.5 million pints - and its brewers claim its the most exported British ale - without a penny being spent on marketing.
Workers who deliver beer, lager and soft drinks to pubs, clubs - and Downing Street - will stage a 24-hour strike tomorrow in a row over jobs.
Unite said the walkout by its members at Kuehne + Nagel Drinks Logistics (KNDL) from 10am would cause "significant disruption" to thousands of sites.
Pubs, clubs, airports, theatres, mainline railway stations, football grounds and Parliament will all be hit, said Unite.
KNDL said it had contingency plans and would seek to minimise disruption to deliveries.
The firm added it had been consulting employees for a number of years over the need to adapt its business model.
Picket lines will be mounted at depots across the country.
Beer lovers are being urged to drink more - to help stop pub closures and push the industry back into growth.Read the full story ›