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Difference between traditional beer mug and the modern ones

Update:18 May 2018
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German schnitzel is notorious, and the dedicated goblet […]

German schnitzel is notorious, and the dedicated goblet Kelch has a capacity of 0.3L. The stout supporting feet increase the stability of the cup, which is similar to Pils Tulpe. Glass-thick walls that recede slightly inward at the opening are the best choice for export beer.

Export beer is a fermentation beer under the (bottom of the barrel), this cup shape is more likely to taste the mellow taste of export beer. On the hot summer day, a glass of Berliner Weiß syrup, sweet and sour, cools and cools. The bowl-shaped container used to drink Berlin white beer typically has a capacity of 0.3-0.5L and is used exclusively for beer-blend beverages. Because the size of the mouth is relatively large, the carbon dioxide emission is faster and it will be softer.

Germany's most traditional beer mug is an earthenware beer mug called Krug. It was used in German-speaking areas since the 16th century. It is not easy to find Krug with the same pattern in boutiques on the streets of Munich. There is a kind of large-capacity beer mug that is common in the country. Covers are usually metal or wood, with beautiful patterns. In the era of rampant plague in Europe, lids were added to beer mugs for hygiene reasons.

The modern ones are all glassy, with 500 ml and 1000 ml volumes. This type of beer mug is generally referred to as a "jaw" in the country and is also known as a beer mug. This cup with a very thick cup has a lot of weight because it has been widely known in the country for many years by major beer houses of the Oktoberfest and has been deeply loved.

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