German Beer Culture: Uboot, Oktoberfest, Reinheitsgebot, Cannstatter Volksfest, Beer Garden, Beer Stein, Ma , Freimarkt, Hofbr uhaus Am Platzl Books LLC

ISBN: 9781155808529

Published: May 7th 2010

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74 pages


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German Beer Culture: Uboot, Oktoberfest, Reinheitsgebot, Cannstatter Volksfest, Beer Garden, Beer Stein, Ma , Freimarkt, Hofbr uhaus Am Platzl  by  Books LLC

German Beer Culture: Uboot, Oktoberfest, Reinheitsgebot, Cannstatter Volksfest, Beer Garden, Beer Stein, Ma , Freimarkt, Hofbr uhaus Am Platzl by Books LLC
May 7th 2010 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 74 pages | ISBN: 9781155808529 | 5.43 Mb

Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Uboot, Oktoberfest, Reinheitsgebot, Cannstatter Volksfest,MorePurchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Uboot, Oktoberfest, Reinheitsgebot, Cannstatter Volksfest, Beer Garden, Beer Stein, Ma, Freimarkt, Hofbruhaus Am Platzl, Deutscher Brauer-Bund, Boot of Beer, Stuttgart Spring Festival, Schlenkerla, Bergkirchweih, Deutsches Brauereimuseum, Hofbru-Festzelt, Beer Riots in Bavaria, Barthelmarkt, Beer Hall, Cannstatter Wasen.

Excerpt: Beer tent The Barthelmarkt is an annual fair and beer festival in Manching near Ingolstadt, Germany . It is held every year on the last weekend of August. Though first mentioned in 1354, its roots can be traced back as early as to the first century BC, when the Romans established a cattle market in the area.

The name Barthelmarkt stems from St. Bartholomew, the patron saint of the local church. Beer tents Websites (URLs online) A hyperlinked version of this chapter is at At the beer garden by Adolph Menzel A typical beer garden in Munich Beer garden (literally from the German Biergarten) is an open-air area, where beverages (preferably beer ) and prepared, typically local food (see German cuisine ), are served.

The concept originates from and is most common in Southern Germany (especially Bavaria ). It is usually attached to a drinking establishment such as a public house or a German beer hall, which in places such as Munich may serve large numbers of customers (up to 8000 in the Hirschgarten ). History Beer gardens in Germany developed in the kingdom of Bavaria in the 19th century, during which dark lager beer was predominant. According to a decree by King Ludwig I, this had to be brewed during the cold months, since fermentation had to take place at temperatures between four and eight degrees Celsius.

To provide this beer during the summer, large breweries dug beer cellars in the banks of the river Isar, which allowed them to keep the bee...



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