Outdoor & Events
Issue 56 | September 2020
BackgroundBeer is important to Belgians, so much so the country’s beer culture has been registered by UNESCO as an important, intangible cultural heritage. As bars and restaurants prepared to reopen after two and a half months of lockdown, the new measures to protect both staff and customers were draconian. President of FedCaf, Diane Delen, said it would reduce attendance in bars by two-thirds. Half of Belgium’s 12,000 café/bars faced closure.
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