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    present perfect continuous passive

    On the etiquette of my favourite beer you can read:


    Affligem abbey ale is being brewed in Belgium according to an old method since 1074.


    I would like to ask a native speaker whether the used tense is all right. Wouln´t it be better Present Perfect Continious: Beer has been being brewed in Belgium since…? Thank you.

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    Re: present perfect continuous passive

    "has been brewed"

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