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Global warming could mean higher beer prices. According to a new study, the international study says bouts of extreme heat waves and drought. We'll cut production of barley. When that happens beer prices on average could double and in countries like Ireland prices could triple the university of California Irvine Steve Davis says the beer research was partly done to drive home, the not that palatable methods that climate change is messing with all sorts of aspects of our daily lives. The study has been published in the journal nature plants. Chinese Premier Li Ka-Shing has pledged to open up his country. To Dutch businesses is a way of promoting commerce between the trading partners leases. He expects contracts worth ten billion US dollars or eight point six billion euros to be signed between Dutch and Chinese companies during his visit to the Netherlands. He says Beijing did a deal this year to allow a German company to establish a petrochemical plant in a coastal province of southeast China and pledged China will remove for an equity restrictions to Dutch companies as well. The bluegrass music hall of fame and museum opens this week in Kentucky. It's a new fifteen million dollar building in downtown owns borough. And we'll celebrate with three days of music Thursday through Saturday hall of favors on the Bill to reform include Bobby Osborne, Doyle Lawson, Larry sparks, Rodney, Dillard, and Paul Williams. The event does required invitation and the Sam Bush shou is already sold out. But no worries if you didn't get an invite or ticket a free concert is set for Saturday on the outdoor stage that Bill includes high front country town mountain and yonder mountain string band. Hi. I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground game. I look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections. It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one. While you're there, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP.