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BeerFest Movie Trivia

Posted by Otto on 1/15/2015 to Beer Boots

Some BeerFest Movie Trivia

I thought I’d dig up some BeerFest trivia for your reading pleasure. Here goes…

How Big is Das Boot in Beerfest?

Posted by Otto on 1/14/2015 to Beer Glasses
How Big is Das Boot in Beerfest?

Beer Boot FAQs

Posted by Otto on 1/11/2015 to Beer Boots
Since the release of the movie BeerFest, I’ve seen are sharp increase in the interest of German glass Beer Boots . TrueBeer has been importing and selling beer boots for years now. Here’s a list of questions that we frequently answers relating to beer boots:

The Origin of the Beer Boot Glass or Bierstiefel

Posted by Otto on 12/3/2014 to Beer Boots
The Origin of the Beer Boot Glass or Bierstiefel

The Beer Boot is a uniquely German invention. In Deutschland they are called Bierstiefel and these boots are popular with tourists in Bavaria and Munich in particular. Beer boots became increasingly popular after being featured in the last beer drinking contest in the movie BeerFest. Since then, beer boots are popular on college campuses throughout the USA. More beer boots are importing and sold in the USA than in Europe and some of the glasswerks have trouble satisfying the American demand.

Beer Boot Drinking Rules

Posted by Otto on 5/6/2014 to Beer Boots

The Rules for a Proper Beer Boot Contest

A lot of people have contacted us and asked us for the rules of drinking from a German beer boot, or Das Boot. In case you don't know any, Germans love rules! With this in mind, rules must be employed when drinking from Das Boot. They are as follows:

BeerFest. Fun to watch if you're drunk

Posted by Gambrinus on 7/7/2007 to Beer Boots
There are movies that I would rather borrow from someone than buy an original DVD copy of. And it includes BeerFest, a Rated R comedy that has forgetable characters, hilarious script without hitting it right, and over exposure of breasts that make you beg for it to stop. Beerfest, although was produced by a small production outfit responsible in creating the successful comedy/horror flick, "Club Dread," falls short from its predecessors. If you want would want to at least not get bored watching it, get yourself drunk before you hit play on the DVD remote control.