Beer around the world: From indie brews in Tokyo to ale trail in Michigan

Beer Garden in Munich.
Beer Garden in Munich.PHOTO: CHRISTIAN KASPER

GENEVA - I remember drinking the strangest beers in America's Indiana state when I was a student and pizza-and-beer was the daily diet for college kids. Imagine raspberry India Pale Ale and peach sour ales aged in rye barrels.

Such rule-breaking brews are a long way from Prohibition in the United States, in the days when the ban on production, importation and sales of alcoholic beverages kept Americans "dry".

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