German beer makers like rules. They like them so much that in 1516, the state of Bavaria imposed Reinheitsgebot, the beer-purity law that prohibited using anything but water, barley and hops in brewing the national beverage. Belgians, on the other hand, "are a lot less about following the rules," Hutchinson, head brewer for the Vine Street Pub, "which makes them more like the Americans and not a lot... More >>>