Martin Zuber has only one answer to the question of where he prefers to drink his beer: "In a beer garden – where else?" After all, beer gardens and the brewing process share a long history. Originally the "gardens" served as a place above the breweries' storage cellars where beer was sold, and were only allowed to be called beer gardens if they had chestnut trees growing in them. "The trees offered shade for the storage cellars," explains Zuber. Then, taking a sip, he grins and adds, "And naturally, for the master brewers as well."
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