Matthias Trum from Schlenkerla Bräu in the 6th generation of the family in front of the wood stove used to dry the green malt. In his hand he is holding a drawing on industrial malt drying based on Sir Nicholas Halse. The English were the first to ban smoke from beer. Around 1800, Georg Sedlmeyer from the Munich Spaten Brewery built the first non-smoking kiln in Germany. Heller Brewery of Schlenkerla Smoke Beer Bamberg, Germany

Matthias Trum from Schlenkerla Bräu in the 6th generation of the family in front of the wood stove  used to dry the green malt. In his hand he is holding a drawing on industrial malt drying based on Sir Nicholas Halse. The English were the first to ban smoke from beer. Around 1800, Georg Sedlmeyer from the Munich Spaten Brewery built the first non-smoking kiln in Germany. Heller Brewery of Schlenkerla Smoke Beer Bamberg, Germany Stock Photo
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Contributor:

Georg Berg / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

2DAFPHT

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80 MB (2.2 MB Compressed download)

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6017 x 4649 px | 50.9 x 39.4 cm | 20.1 x 15.5 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

5 November 2020

Location:

Oberer Stephansberg, Bamberg, Bayern, Germany

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