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Year of Beer Paintings – Day 46

The daily beer painting is of Warsteiner Premium Verum, a delicious export German beer that I used to overlook due to its generic yellow fizziness, but then I spent some time drinking German pilsner.  Now it is obvious to me when I drink a perfect clean all-malt pilsner.  It just tastes better than an American style lager filled with adjunct sugar and grains.  Hundreds of years of brewing heritage has its advantages.  This brewery is in the Arnsberg Forest Nature Park, outside of Warstein.  The Cramer family has been brewing beer since 1753, and the brewery has been owned by Catarina Cramer since 1978.

I depicted this particular brew in the forest near its brewery.  Many Germans come to this park to hike, or mountain bike.  I think beer not only looks better in the trees but tastes better too.  To drinking beer in the woods, a place beer has been drank since the first brews were concocted!  To the history and consumption of delicious malt beverages, and to the trees which fired the first brew kettle at Warsteiner!

The original painting sold.  You can purchase a limited-edition print, or order a custom beer painting at my Etsy Shop.

Year of Beer 02.15. Warsteiner Premium Verum. Oil on panel, 8"x10".

Year of Beer 02.15. Warsteiner Premium Verum. Oil on panel, 8″x10″.