Gambrinus

Gambrinus (/gæmˈbraɪnəs/ {respell|gam|BRAHY|nuhs}), is a legendary European culture hero celebrated as an icon of beer, brewing, joviality, and joie de vivre. Traditional songs, poems, and stories describe him as a king, duke, or count of Flanders and Brabant. Typical representations in the visual arts depict him as a rotund, bearded duke or k...
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Gambrinus

[train] The Gambrinus was an express train in Germany, initially linking Munich and Kiel. The train was named after the God of Beer Gambrinus. == F-Zug == On 18 May 1952 the Deutsche Bundesbahn started a trainservice F33/34 between Munich and Kiel via the Ruhr, thus linking two Beer cities Munich and Dortmund. On 1 June 1953 the train was n...
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Gambrinus

Gambrinus (gămbrī'nus) , mythical Flemish king, to whom the invention of beer is attributed. He is represented in modern folk art as straddling a keg.
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Gambrinus

Mythical Flemish king, a patron of brewers. ...
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