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A local beer brand in the central part of Switzerland, including the cantons of Uri and Schwyz, is the Eichhof beer.
The brewery was founded in 1834 in Lucerne and since 1883 they deliver their beer also in bottles. In 2008 Eichhof was acquired by the dutch Heineken brewery.
The Eichhof brewery produces about 10 different types of beer from classic lager beers to dark beers.
Eichhoff Beer: http://www.eichhof.ch/
Written Apr 17, 2011
Although Switzerland is situated in the centre of Europe it is neither a member of the European Union nor does it have the Euro as currency.
The official currency in Switzerland is the Swiss Franc (CHF). The smaller denomination is called Rappen (100 Rappen = 1 CHF).
As all countries around Switzerland use the Euro as official currency, many shops and restaurants catering to tourists will accept payment in Euro but probably not at the best rate.
You can get your Swiss Francs from many cash points all around the town. Credit cards are widely accepted as well.
Updated Apr 16, 2011
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