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August 19, 2013
A sample of malt extract is collected in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town...
Vienna, Austria
A sample of malt extract is collected in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
A sample of malt extract is collected in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX12QZL
August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer tries a sample of aging beer in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer tries a sample of aging beer in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer tries a sample of aging beer in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX12QZK
August 19, 2013
Hops are pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August...
Vienna, Austria
Hops are pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
Hops are pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX12QZJ
August 19, 2013
A basket of hop is pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint...
Vienna, Austria
A basket of hop is pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
A basket of hop is pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer displays hop in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer displays hop in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer displays hop in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX12QZE
August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer checks the boiling malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer checks the boiling malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer checks the boiling malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer pours hop pellets into boiling malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer pours hop pellets into boiling malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery...
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer pours hop pellets into boiling malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer stands in the beer cellar of his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer stands in the beer cellar of his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin...
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer stands in the beer cellar of his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Mould covers the beer bottles in the private archive of the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper...
Vienna, Austria
Mould covers the beer bottles in the private archive of the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
Mould covers the beer bottles in the private archive of the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX12QYY
August 19, 2013
Mould covers the beer bottles in the private archive of the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper...
Vienna, Austria
Mould covers the beer bottles in the private archive of the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
Mould covers the beer bottles in the private archive of the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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RTX12QYW
August 19, 2013
A sample of malt extract is taken from the old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper...
Vienna, Austria
A sample of malt extract is taken from the old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
A sample of malt extract is taken from the old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer checks the mill in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer checks the mill in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer checks the mill in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer works at the mill in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer works at the mill in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer works at the mill in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer tastes malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer tastes malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer tastes malt extract in his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer checks grain in the mill at his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer checks grain in the mill at his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin...
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer checks grain in the mill at his family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2013
Malt extract flows though old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town...
Vienna, Austria
Malt extract flows though old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint Martin
Malt extract flows though old valves in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Two bottles of "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" are pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the...
Vienna, Austria
Two bottles of "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" are pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in Saint...
Two bottles of "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" are pictured in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Numbers on the wall mark the years when the house was founded in 1229 and when beer brewing started in...
Vienna, Austria
Numbers on the wall mark the years when the house was founded in 1229 and when beer brewing started in...
Numbers on the wall mark the years when the house was founded in 1229 and when beer brewing started in 1449 at the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery is offering beer lovers a trip back in time by reviving a 300-year-old recipe it found in the town archives. The brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. The traditional text reads: "God preserve hop and malt". Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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August 19, 2013
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer displays two bottles of his "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" in the family-owned...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian brewer Krammer displays two bottles of his "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" in the family-owned...
Austrian brewer Peter Krammer displays two bottles of his "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" in the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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August 19, 2013
Malt extract boils at the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin...
Vienna, Austria
Malt extract boils at the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin
Malt extract boils at the family-owned Hofstetten brewery in the Upper Austrian town of Saint Martin August 13, 2013. Hofstetten brewery recreated the "Neuhauser Herrschafts Pier" from ingredients listed in an invoice for the local Neuhaus castle in 1720, when Austria was one of Europe's big powers. Using small crops of emmer and malting barley grown from ancient seed varieties agricultural historians had preserved, owner Peter Krammer was able to reproduce the mix of barley, wheat and hops that marked the brew made three centuries ago. Picture taken August 13, 2013. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
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