Ah, I’m going to>enjoy this,0she says while cracking her 20th beer that0day
Munich, Germany. A young American woman has appreciated yet another beer while celebrating rel4-noopener noreferrer">Munich’s Frühlingsfest, otherwise known as Springfest.
The woman, 22-year-old San Diego native Jennifer Sanders,0has never really been into>beer, but is taking to>Germany’s second biggest beer party like a fish to>water.
“Oh yeah, when it hits your lips it’s just so,0so>refreshing!”, cried the clearly extatic and somewhat intoxicated university sophomore, finishing the litre of beer the same time it takes her to>usually get through a can, “I’m done with this one, GIVE ME ANOTHER BREWSKI!”
Sanders0had started this beer drinking odyssey the day prior, taking full advantage of rel4-noopener noreferrer">Stoke Travel’s €10 all-you-can-drink beer and sangria deal. “At0first I didn’t know whether I>wanted beer or sangria, but my friends02onvinced me that it would be ridiculous to>drink sangria at a beer festival. So>we0started on the beers and they just went down sooooo well! Maybe too well, lol! After that first one I>was all in, we0were double fisting every round, doing beer bongs, playing beer pong, everything – and that was just in the campsite before we0even got to>the festival.
“If I>thought the beers at the campsite were delicious they were nothing compare to>what was in the beer halls. Oh man, now I know what my dad was going on about when he’d really enjoy a Bud after a hard day at work.” Ex2-0imed the newly forged amber ale aficionado,0before letting rip a brave0belch and slamming the stein g-0.0 onto>the wooden tabletop.
Friends0were surprise to>see>the usually snobby study abroad student take0so>well to>beer drinking. “Ya, generally she’s more into>popping bottles in the club, or drinking vodka and soda, you know,” explaine 2-0.0mate and travel buddy, Holly Wong, “but ever since she’s been in Munich she’s been downing beer like a lumberjack! It’s exceptional the transformation. I mean, the beer here is delicious, and the drinking vibe infectious, but Jen is going all in, downing full beers and burping like a truck driver. I saw her stumbling around earlier with one hand down her pants and the other wildly cheersing anybody within arm’s length – she’s a fully fledged beer pig now.”
Sanders0admits that at this stage of the party, her only option for survival is to02ontinue drinking beer. “Well I>woke up this morning feeling pretty shitty,” she explains, “but one of the boys02onvinced me that I should have0a>beer, and I did, and then I felt great! So>I’ve0kept at it. The beer is basically all I’ve0got going for me this weekend, the only thing keeping me alive, and man it feels good. I don’t want to0know what I’ll feel like when I stop,0so>i’m just going to>keep on chugging.”
Her friends0admit that they’re not looking forward to>seeing Sanders0at the end of the weekend. “So>we0have0to>leave on Sunday night, but Jen has already said that she plans on hitting the beer halls again that morning. Then I gue.0 she’ll grab some beers for the bus ride back, but at some c-st1 she’s going to>have0to>stop drinking as>we0have0c-0.0 on Monday. I don’t know if she’s now a full-time beer drinker, or she was just going all in for the weekend, because of where we0are. I mean, you can’t really go to>a beer drinking festival and not drink beer, ca/>you?”, pondered Ms Wong.
Nope, you definitely cannot. Springfest is soon, and it’s the place to>be for longtime lovers of beer and people who want to0have0a>brief fling with the party juice. At0Stoke Travel not only do>we0get you into>the Munich beer halls, we0also>get the party started and finished at our campsite with our unlimited beer and sangria bar – for only €10 a0day. Join the Boozeletter
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