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When we heard about the new powdered beer from Germany, we were skeptical. After all, beer is supposed to be a drink, not something you pour from a packet. However, we decided to give it a try and were pleasantly surprised.
The beer is made by a company called Braumiester and is a powder-based beer concentrate. All you have to do is add cold or room temperature water to the powder and it will turn into beer. We added 500ml of water and shook the bottle vigorously, and it produced a light, refreshing beer.
The taste was surprisingly good. It was not as strong as traditional beer but it had a nice, hoppy flavor that really hit the spot. We also noticed that the beer had a slightly sweet aftertaste which was very pleasant.
Overall, we were very impressed with the taste of the powdered beer from Germany. It was easy to make, tasted great, and was very affordable. We would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a convenient and tasty beer.