DDR label fun. What kind of fun is funner than that? Especially when it's what I call the underpants brewery. It seems to have closed just after reunification. I wonder if it was the labels that did for it?
It's great fun trying to guess the date of DDR labels. Some from the 1980's you'd swear were from 30 years earlier. There is one clue. The unit of currency. On older ones it's MDN, later ones simply M.
Sadly I don't have the underpants version of Pils. As it would need to be green, it must look lovely.
VEB stands for "Volkseigener Betrieb" i.e. nationalised. Surprisingly, a few very small breweries remained in private hands for the who;le of the DDR's short and tragic existence. Even more suprisingly most are still mashing happily awaay.
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