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This beer was part of chef David Baruthio's origin story.
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Chef David Baruthio of Baru 66, in Windsor Heights, Iowa, isn’t much of a beer drinker. But there is a beer producer he keeps on tap at his restaurant as frequently as possible because it is part of his origin story: Fischer, an Alsace brewery that makes German-style beers. “It’s nostalgic,” he says. “When my mom gave birth to me in Strasbourg, France, from her window in the hospital she had a view of the brewery.”