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The Case of the Disappearing Breweries – #580

One of the (few) things wrong with Mainz is the dire lack of breweries.

There’s the Eisgrub.

And that’s it.

It’s not as if there didn’t USED to be other breweries around here.

The BUILDINGS are still there, but they’re mostly populated by architects and advertising agencies these days.

What happened to them?

Was it lack of demand for the product?

Should I have moved here earlier?

Is it all MY fault….?

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This entry was published on 13 October, 2008 at 11:00 and is filed under Commerce, Culture, Mainz. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

3 thoughts on “The Case of the Disappearing Breweries – #580

  1. >It’s all part of the trickle up economy. Whoever the mass marketer of beer is, is who bought and subsumed your little guys. You’ll probably have a Planet Hollywood opening nearby soon. Cheers.

  2. >There is still a brewery in the area, in Ingelheim, I´ve been there last autumn. Really worth a visit.http://brauhausgoldenerengel.de/?article_id=4

  3. >Second attempt; having problems this morning with blogs and links, but…you don’t want to hear that!I would like to see the building in its entirety because I’m fascinated by wedge-shaped structures. The facade is neat and trim, but I especially like the sign…it’s really quite beautiful.

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