North Korea marks 20 years of its state beer – and it’s made at former British factory

North Korea marks 20 years of its state beer – and it’s made at former British factory

Workers at the Taedonggang Beer Factor where North Korea has brewed its state-approved brand for 20 years (Picture: KCNA)
North Korea has celebrated the 20th anniversary of the state’s national beer – which was founded after the regime bought a British brewery.
The drink, Taedonggang, began life after the Ushers plant was purchased by the regime for £10 million and reassembled in Pyongyang.
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