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GERMANY: Beer consumption falls to 94m hl

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Beer consumption reached 93.9m hectolitres in 2003, the Federal Statistical Office, Destatis, said today. The sales included mixed beer drinks but excluded non-alcoholic beer and malt drinks.


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