China’s largest beer festival goes ahead in Qingdao as coronavirus cancels out Oktoberfest

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The 31st Qingdao International Beer Festival kicked off on July 16, 2021. The festival, held in the coastal city of Qingdao, the birthplace of Tsingtao beer, offered about 1,600 types of beer from over 40 countries and regions this year.

‏Starting from 1991, the annual two-week festival has matured over the years into China’s biggest beer festival.

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