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Hofbräuhaus time
« on: April 25, 2015, 10:57:33 PM »
At the hof with friends for my wife's birthday. Pils and bock are he seasonal, and very tasty.
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2015, 11:30:49 PM »
Shotski time
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2015, 11:37:38 PM »
Love some Hofbrauhaus. Think I'm going to Newport sometime in May - Maibock. 'Nuff said.
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2015, 11:44:50 PM »
Yes. Memorial weaken for us
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #4 on: April 26, 2015, 12:04:59 AM »
If I didn't have family coming in that weekend, we'd go then. We probably will go in a couple weeks.
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #5 on: April 26, 2015, 11:46:40 AM »
I was just at the one on Panama City Beach a few weeks ago when we were visiting my inlaws. They had a Märzen as their seasonal and it was phenomenal. The first time I went there I thought most of their beers were just OK/nothing special, but this beer was killer.

The best part was hearing the waitress with a serious drawl mangle every single German word. I had to ask her 3 times what the seasonal beer was until I realized she meant Märzen. I had to try really hard not to be "that guy" and correct her pronunciation of words like spaetzle.
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #6 on: April 26, 2015, 12:02:22 PM »
I was just at the one on Panama City Beach a few weeks ago when we were visiting my inlaws. They had a Märzen as their seasonal and it was phenomenal. The first time I went there I thought most of their beers were just OK/nothing special, but this beer was killer.

The best part was hearing the waitress with a serious drawl mangle every single German word. I had to ask her 3 times what the seasonal beer was until I realized she meant Märzen. I had to try really hard not to be "that guy" and correct her pronunciation of words like spaetzle.
We would correct her then the Germans would correct us. I thought I was doing a decent job pronouncing" hefeweizen" to a German guy at work a couple weeks ago and he said what?, I repeated it,  and he said" oh,  hefeweizen, yes." And I would not have recognized it as "hefeweizen" out of context.
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #7 on: April 26, 2015, 12:22:56 PM »
I was just at the one on Panama City Beach a few weeks ago when we were visiting my inlaws. They had a Märzen as their seasonal and it was phenomenal. The first time I went there I thought most of their beers were just OK/nothing special, but this beer was killer.

The best part was hearing the waitress with a serious drawl mangle every single German word. I had to ask her 3 times what the seasonal beer was until I realized she meant Märzen. I had to try really hard not to be "that guy" and correct her pronunciation of words like spaetzle.
We would correct her then the Germans would correct us. I thought I was doing a decent job pronouncing" hefeweizen" to a German guy at work a couple weeks ago and he said what?, I repeated it,  and he said" oh,  hefeweizen, yes." And I would not have recognized it as "hefeweizen" out of context.

'Hay-fuh vyt-zen', right? A local German American club here puts on an Oktoberfest every year. I've been corrected on a lot of pronunciations there.  ;)
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #8 on: April 26, 2015, 01:44:17 PM »
I don't know much German, but what I thought I knew has been corrected repeatedly by SWMBO,  who is 100% German and grew up with family speaking the language
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #9 on: April 26, 2015, 04:02:09 PM »
I was just at the one on Panama City Beach a few weeks ago when we were visiting my inlaws. They had a Märzen as their seasonal and it was phenomenal. The first time I went there I thought most of their beers were just OK/nothing special, but this beer was killer.

The best part was hearing the waitress with a serious drawl mangle every single German word. I had to ask her 3 times what the seasonal beer was until I realized she meant Märzen. I had to try really hard not to be "that guy" and correct her pronunciation of words like spaetzle.
We would correct her then the Germans would correct us. I thought I was doing a decent job pronouncing" hefeweizen" to a German guy at work a couple weeks ago and he said what?, I repeated it,  and he said" oh,  hefeweizen, yes." And I would not have recognized it as "hefeweizen" out of context.

'Hay-fuh vyt-zen', right? A local German American club here puts on an Oktoberfest every year. I've been corrected on a lot of pronunciations there.  ;)
Yep. I was pronouncing the first syllable" hef". I learned most of my German from Hogan's Heroes.
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #10 on: April 26, 2015, 05:15:58 PM »
Yep. I was pronouncing the first syllable" hef". I learned most of my German from Hogan's Heroes.

Same here, on both counts.   ;D
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Re: Hofbräuhaus time
« Reply #11 on: April 26, 2015, 05:31:38 PM »
I was just at the one on Panama City Beach a few weeks ago when we were visiting my inlaws. They had a Märzen as their seasonal and it was phenomenal. The first time I went there I thought most of their beers were just OK/nothing special, but this beer was killer.

The best part was hearing the waitress with a serious drawl mangle every single German word. I had to ask her 3 times what the seasonal beer was until I realized she meant Märzen. I had to try really hard not to be "that guy" and correct her pronunciation of words like spaetzle.
We would correct her then the Germans would correct us. I thought I was doing a decent job pronouncing" hefeweizen" to a German guy at work a couple weeks ago and he said what?, I repeated it,  and he said" oh,  hefeweizen, yes." And I would not have recognized it as "hefeweizen" out of context.

'Hay-fuh vyt-zen', right? A local German American club here puts on an Oktoberfest every year. I've been corrected on a lot of pronunciations there.  ;)
Yep. I was pronouncing the first syllable" hef". I learned most of my German from Hogan's Heroes.
That's pretty funny and sounds about right
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