This is the standard phrase for ordering something in German . Simply say: Ich hätte gern ein Weißbier, bitte. (Don’t forget to throw in your new favorite word “bitte” at the end of the phrase – here it means “please”.) 2.
You know you’d never say this at an actual pub. So if you’re trying to order a beer in German , saying “Bier, bitte!” isn’t gonna cut it.
Maß (pronounced [ˈmaːs]) or Mass (Swiss spelling, elsewhere used for dialectal [ˈmas]) is the German word describing the amount of beer in a regulation mug; in modern times exactly 1 liter (33.8 U.S. fl oz).
Translation of pint in German
|the pint||der Schoppen|
The 1516 Reinheitsgebot ( beer purity law) decrees that only hops, barley, yeast and water can be used to brew beer . According to the German Brewers Federation, this means that you could drink a different German beer brewed according to the purity law every day for 15 years.
Pale lagers Helles – a malty pale lager from Bavaria of 11–12° Plato, 4.5–5% ABV. Kölsch – pale, light bodied, top fermented, beer which, when brewed in Germany, can only legally be brewed in the Cologne region. 11–12° Plato, 4.5–5% ABV. Maibock – a pale, strong lager brewed in the spring.
der Kellner / die Kellnerin – Waiter
1. Einen Kaffee, bitte. (A coffee , please.) Simple and to the point.
Simply because they often sell premium brand Mineral water in small bottles, which can get quite pricey. A large bottle will usually be a fair bit cheaper per volume. Unless, of course, you are talking about the cost of beer versus bottled water in German restaurants.
Heineken Lager Beer (Dutch: Heineken Pilsener), or simply Heineken (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɦɛinəkən]) is a pale lager beer with 5% alcohol by volume produced by the Dutch brewing company Heineken International.
The name Budweiser is a German derivative adjective, meaning “of Budweis”. Beer has been brewed in Budweis (now České Budějovice, Czech Republic) since it was founded in 1265. In 2008, Anheuser-Busch had a market share in the United States of 50.9% for all beers sold.