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Oliver Strümpfel has broken the world record for the number of beer tankards carried over 40 metres (130ft). He carried 29 litre vessels, weighing almost 70kg (154lbs) at a Bavarian beer festival on Sunday. A competition judge from Germany’s record institute and a notary were present to witness the feat. The most difficult part of the operation was avoiding excessive spillage before placing the Beerstein on a table.    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sW_Ma-_Xtuk

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German beer steins are very famous for their graceful designs and artistry. Beer is a common drink in most of the countries and individuals would like to have their own beer steins to relish drinks. Real steins have exceptional value and are treated as higher quality beer steins in an international market. Therefore, people are very crazy about these products and ready to buy them. These products are expensive to a certain extent in the current scenario. Because of its fame, the market is flooded with fake beer steins. It is very essential to go through the materials that will...

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Oktoberfest is a famous festival that originated in Germany. It celebrates the most popular type of alcoholic beverage in the world-- beer! Germans celebrate Oktoberfest worldwide by drinking beer in large quantities. Oktoberfest began in 1810 when Bavarian Prince, Prince Ludwig, organized a huge celebration in honor of his marriage to Princess Therese. Beer was literally running through the roads of the Bavaria. The event was so memorable that it has now become a yearly tradition.  German settlers celebrated Oktoberfest throughout the globe. This widespread celebration has led the festival to the international recognition it has today. The German settlers of America began to observe Halloween...

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It is one of the best festivals one could ever attend. It is a 16-18 day beer fest, which is held annually in Munich, Germany. It starts from late September and ends in the first weekend of October. The tradition of celebrating this festival dates back to the 19th century when the then Crown Prince Ludwig married Princess Therese. They got married on 12th October 1810, but the citizens of Munich were all invited to enjoy the festivities of the wedding much before that.   Oktoberfest today: It is a great place for beer lovers to enjoy beer in traditional...

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Have you at any point wondered what German lager steins are made of? This is a question that many consider while enjoying the most well known alcoholic drink of all, beer. The beer stein is one of the most iconic pieces of German tradition and are collected worldwide and with good reason-- they have a rich and deep history, starting from how they're made. The vast majority of the early German beer steins were made out of wood or pottery. These were shared among communities at their local bars and pubs.These materials did not last long for production because they...

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