Definition of Munich beer
1. Noun. A dark lager produced in Munich since the 10th century; has a distinctive taste of malt.
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Literary usage of Munich beer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Rhine from Rotterdam to Constance: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1906)
"... Komödien-Str. 9-25, with a imich frequented restaurant for Munich beer, B. from 2'/2 Л. — Behind Hie Station: 'MINERVA (PI. v; F, 5), Johannis- Str. 24, ..."
2. The War Diary of a Diplomat by Lee Meriwether (1919)
"... on the walls are signs "Pilsen" and "Munich" beer, but it has been many a day since those good German beers have been seen in Spain, or for that matter ..."
3. Italy: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1900)
"Bavaria (Munich beer), Via del Corso 393, to the If. of the Piazzi Colonna, déj. ... Vienna or Munich beer is also sold at most of the better cafes. ..."
4. Papers from Over the Water: A Series of Letters from Europe by Sinclair Tousey (1869)
"... Amphitheatre — Botzen— Innsbruck—Railway Scenery— Munich— Beer—Dead-House—Finger-Rings, Wires, Alarm Bells for the Dead—Railway Tickets—Storks' Nests, ..."
5. Among Bavarian Inns: Being an Account of Little Journeys to the Bavarian by Frank Roy Fraprie (1906)
"Beer, that is, Munich beer, is one of the prides of the city. ... In this he is right; Munich beer consists of nothing but malt, hops, ..."
6. A Visit to Europe and the Holy Land by Hiram Francis Fairbanks (1888)
"... do in making Munich beer celebrated throughout the world. Whether this peculiar quality was discovered by the people of Munich from chemical analysis, ..."