Munich beer


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Noun1.Munich beer - a dark lager produced in Munich since the 10th centuryMunich beer - a dark lager produced in Munich since the 10th century; has a distinctive taste of malt
lager beer, lager - a general term for beer made with bottom fermenting yeast (usually by decoction mashing); originally it was brewed in March or April and matured until September
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1923: The Munich Beer Hall Putsch marked the start of Hitler's rise to power in Germany.
1923: The Munich Beer Hall Putsch - marked the start of Hitler's rise to power in Germany.
The name took inspiration from the world-famous Munich beer festivals, the idea being that companies within the sectors would come together to promote themselves to potential clients and suppliers.
Travelling through Nazi Germany after fleeing the Stalag XXA camp in 1942, two British prisoners of war held their nerve as they chatted to troops, faced down undercover police and even braved a Munich beer cellar frequented by Hitler.
But a medical record from the time when Hitler was put in prison after the failed Munich beer hall putsch in 1923 shows he suffered from "right-side cryptorchidism" -- a condition where a testicle fails to descend into the scrotum -- media reports said.
1923: The Munich Beer Hall Putsch marked the |start of Hitler's rise to power in Germany.
Lewandowski - who will captain Poland against Scotland in next Thursday's crucial Euro 2016 qualifier at Hampden - probably reckons he earned the chance to enjoy a pint at the famous Munich beer festival.
Georg Elser (Christian Friedel) wanted to prevent war by blowing up the dictator in a Munich beer hall on November 8, 1939.
Falling Sky's owners shoot for a friendly atmosphere similar to that of a Munich beer hall or a London pub.
Hitler, having failed once in his 1923 Munich Beer Hall Putsch, thereafter ostensibly emphasized constitutionality, publicly restraining the threat of SA violence to intimidate politicians and opponents in a Nazi protection racket.
Some beer geeks seem to think that just because Hofbrauhaus am Platzl is the most touristy of the Munich beer halls, then the beer must be some kind of mass market product.
Revellers at the Munich Beer Festival are being offered the perfect place to sleep off the drink – a tent adorned with 500 empties.