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Rebrand Roundup: A soviet-style beer festival, Mr Kipling's festive treats and other stories

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It is a little-known fact that Norway has some of the strictest laws in the world when it comes to alcohol. So much so that apart from going to a bar, the only place you can get hold of anything stronger than 4.75% is at Vinmonopolet, the state-owned, national “wine monopoly” retail chain. The same principle goes for advertising alcohol, which is banned entirely. As you can imagine, this could pose a number of difficulties for anyone trying to set up a craft

 

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