beer hall

  1. a hall or barroom featuring beer and (usually) entertainment
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How To Use beer hall In A Sentence

  • A country whose holidays and putsches all take place in beer halls can't be all bad.
  • The mention of Bavaria may still conjure up images of rowdy beer halls, oompah bands and red-cheeked folk in dirndl and lederhosen, but the state capital, Munich, is revamping itself as Germany's answer to silicon valley. How Bavaria became a European silicon valley
  • At times, according to historical reports, the concert venues had the raffish air of a beer hall.
  • Keep you eye on my new beer-focused blog, The Beer Hall, because I'll be telling you what the cask is when we finally secure a supplier. Long Island Beers
  • Cobbled streets weave past baroque palaces, lively beer halls, glowering castles, and light - infused cathedrals.
  • Though they performed only in café-theatres and beer halls, even such notables as Beckett and Brecht recognized their greatness.
  • The guzzlers of Munich's beer halls are the stuff of bacchanalian legend: now they have to contend with rivals hailing from the bars and street stalls of Hanoi and New Delhi.
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