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Col­lab­o­rat­ing to counter drones, plus beer-brew­ing at Mu­nich

… quite lit­er­ally at Mu­nich Air­port, where 9 Septem­ber marked the twen­ti­eth an­niver­sary of Air­bräu, the restau­rant which boasts the world’s only air­port brew­ery. Aimed at of­fer­ing pas­sen­gers and vis­i­tors a unique, Bavari­anthemed din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, it fea­tures Europe’s largest cov­ered beer gar­den, all presided over by 32-year-old mas­ter brewer René Ja­cob­sen. Over the past two decades Air­bräu has brewed ten mil­lion litres of beer, year-round brews of lager, weiss­bier and Märzen­bier com­ple­mented by sea­sonal and fes­tive spe­cial­i­ties. Ja­cob­son’s cre­ation to mark the big an­niver­sary rep­re­sents a new di­rec­tion for him. “This is our first-ever cool dry-hopped beer, re­viv­ing a time-hon­oured brew­ing tech­nique,” he says, “and the full­bod­ied tangy flavour of our fruity Rot­fuchs beer makes it a per­fect match for lighter menu choices such as sal­ads and fish dishes.”

Air­bräu's mas­ter brewer René Ja­cob­son at work

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