WHY BUY THIS? Because this German beer stein glass depicts Oktoberfest, which is the most famous carnival in the world. At least, in our opinion. Heck, we think you should Have an Oktoberfest Every Saturday in Your Man Cave. And in case you didn’t know, this German beer stein glass is very popular in Bavaria, Germany. So, it’s also called the Bavarian Stein.
And a bit more history. In the 16th century, Germany required that food and beverage utensils must be stamped. Of course, beer glasses were also included, so the beer glasses of this period were made with lids. There is also a thumb button on the edge of the lid so that the user can open the lid while holding the beer glass, and once the button is released, the beer glass will be covered, which prevented the entry of germs in the air. Yeah, who wants germs in their beer. And most importantly, it holds 24 ounces of beer. For those on the metric system, that’s almost 710 milliliters of beer.
You can also take a look at the Red Baron Beer Stein for your barware collection. Or how about a simple German Dimple Beer Mug. Or the Oktoberfest Beer Mug. Take a look at it. It depicts a classic Oktoberfest scene complete with draft horses, a beer wagon and beer hall. Otherwise, you can consider this one liter Hofbrauhaus glass German beer boot.