Sister Doris, The Nun German Beer Maker

Sister Doris

Now when I saw this news online, I was amazed cos it’s rare to find a lady taking up a job of a lager and definitely not a nun. But according to CNN, Sister Doris

A quiet sensation hidden behind monastery walls, she’s been turning water into beer at Mallersdorf, a 12th-century abbey in the Bavarian highlands, for more than 40 years.

She’s a certified master brewer.

She’s also a Franciscan nun.

The local beer culture notwithstanding, Sister Doris is living proof that women are destined for a higher calling than simply serving beer and starring in Germany’s retrograde beer ads.

Germany’s beer scene is seriously dude-centric.Sister Doris' brews have a fiercely loyal following because of the quality of her beer, but they're available only in a few locations in deepest Bavaria.

And Bavaria’s is even more so.

The regional trade association doesn’t have a single woman in its ranks.

Franciscan nun Sister Doris took over as brewmaster at Mallersdorf Abbey in Bavaria in 1975, succeeding an elderly sister who'd been brewing since the 1930s.

Previous Tecno Mobile Unviels Phantom Z Smartphones In Nigeria
Next Black: The Colour Code At The MTV Video Music Awards 2014 (Pictures)

1 Comment

  1. September 12, 2014

    You have made some decent points there. I looked on the net for additional information about the issue and found most people will go along with your views on this web site.

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *