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Serving local geuze, triples and pils beers for generations, the pub has embodied what the drink means to Belgians — bringing together families and friends with cheers of "sante" and "gezondheid," gulping down tasty suds before ordering more.
 the tables are often empty, a sign of the hard times many pubs have fallen upon as Belgians have stopped drinking beer like they used to.
The Belgian beer federation is trying to rekindle local interest in the drink with a "Proud of our Beers" public awareness campaign, including a tricolor national flag with the middle yellow turned into a glass of beer.
"Belgian beer made in Belgium but not drunk in Belgium is not really Belgian beer anymore," said Gert Christiaens, the owner of the Oud Beersel brewery, which won a silver medal at the World Beer Cup last week with his geuze, a sour beer made through natural fermentation.
Sven Gatz, the head of the Belgian Brewers federation, says the overall trend is not good for the local industry.
"Oh, we had more than 50 cafes in Dworp," she said of the bucolic village 15 kilometers (10 miles) south of Brussels, part of a hilly area of pastures whose landscapes, and beers, figured in the paintings of the famous artist Breughel.
Next door to Dworp is Buizingen, where Kloris Deville and his dad, Bart, have turned Den Herberg — "The Inn" — into a thriving little pub over a half-dozen years with a heaving weekend clientele, partly because they started their own microbrewery in the back.
Bart Deville says he's produced up to a dozen new beers and is finding huge demand — he has a huge storage room full of a new brew for which he still has to find a fitting name.
Police say a high school vice principal who had been rescued from a sinking South Korean ferry has been found hanging from a tree.
A police officer says the vice principal, identified only by his surname Kang, was found dead on the island of Jindo where rescued passengers have taken shelter.
Japan will target fewer whales when the Pacific hunt begins next week and will limit next season's Antarctic whaling to observation.
Japan's whaling program in the northern Pacific was not challenged in the ruling.
The Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport is delaying security checkpoint upgrades and improvements to the concourse after a downgrading of its revenue bonds by Fitch Rating Service.
Fitch said the loss of the airport's second-largest carrier could bring higher fees to airlines and higher costs to passengers.
Dirk Vanderleest, Airport Authority executive director, told the Mississippi Business Journal (http://bit.ly/1kpHyvg ) Fitch's designation of a "stable" credit outlook for the airport assures borrowing costs won't go up on the $39.4 million bond issue "at this time."
Delaying the projects by up to 12 months keeps the debt off the books as Fitch Ratings makes further evaluations of the Airport Authority's credit worthiness, Vanderleest said.
The bill would grant a sales tax exemption on the electricity used to produce food that is sold to customers at restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores and convenience stores.
Republican House member Craig Redmon, of Canton, says his bill was prompted partly by a recent state Supreme Court ruling that said Schnucks grocery stores could not get tax-free electricity to warm their food under Missouri's existing laws.
A Missouri Senate committee has endorsed a 1-cent sales tax increase to fund transportation projects.
The lone "no" vote on the Senate panel was Republican Sen. John Lamping, who led the fight against similar legislation last year.