Britain has long had a healthy relationship with its love of beer, which is ever more evident today in events like the upcoming National Beer Day on June 15th. This date also commemorates the sealing of the Magna Carta in 1215 CE, which mentions the measurement of beer as vital to the stability of the economy.
Today brewers and pubs contribute £22 billion annually to the British economy and British brewing styles have spread around the world since the 1800’s. This has led many Brits to travel far and wide to sample the distinct flavours of a country’s best brews.
Beer is considered the ultimate democratic drink – cheap and on sale in most countries around the world. But while we all know how to order a beer in our favourite local, going overseas can get us lost in translation.
But fear not travelling beer lovers! We’ve come up with this handy guide to help you order a cold one in 22 local languages from around the world.
So the next time you’re at a local beach-side bar in Tahiti, say “Pia, mauruuru!” You’ll impress your bartender and feel just like one of the locals. As for choosing which beer to sample, well that’s a whole other story…
Check out the original post here: How to Order a Beer Around the World
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