Woman Visiting Springfest Really Enjoying Drinking Beer
Ah, I’m going to enjoy this, she says while cracking her 20th beer that day
Munich, Germany. A young American woman has appreciated yet another beer while celebrating Munich’s Frühlingsfest, otherwise known as Springfest.
The woman, 22-year-old San Diego native Jennifer Sanders, has 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, so 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!”
Sanders had started this beer drinking odyssey the day prior, taking full advantage of Stoke Travel’s €10 all-you-can-drink beer and sangria deal. “At first I didn’t know whether I wanted beer or sangria, but my friends convinced me that it would be ridiculous to drink sangria at a beer festival. So we started on the beers and they just went down sooooo well! Maybe too well, lol! After that first one I was all in, we were double fisting every round, doing beer bongs, playing beer pong, everything – and that was just in the campsite before we even got to the festival.
“If I thought the beers at the campsite were delicious they were nothing compared 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.” Exclaimed the newly forged amber ale aficionado, before letting rip a brave belch and slamming the stein glass onto the wooden tabletop.
Friends were surprised to see the usually snobby study abroad student take so well to beer drinking. “Ya, generally she’s more into popping bottles in the club, or drinking vodka and soda, you know,” explained classmate 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.”
Sanders admits that at this stage of the party, her only option for survival is to continue drinking beer. “Well I woke up this morning feeling pretty shitty,” she explains, “but one of the boys convinced me that I should have a beer, and I did, and then I felt great! So I’ve kept at it. The beer is basically all I’ve got going for me this weekend, the only thing keeping me alive, and man it feels good. I don’t want to know what I’ll feel like when I stop, so i’m just going to keep on chugging.”
Her friends admit that they’re not looking forward to seeing Sanders at the end of the weekend. “So we have to leave on Sunday night, but Jen has already said that she plans on hitting the beer halls again that morning. Then I guess she’ll grab some beers for the bus ride back, but at some point she’s going to have to stop drinking as we have class on Monday. I don’t know if she’s now a fulltime beer drinker, or she was just going all in for the weekend, because of where we are. I mean, you can’t really go to a beer drinking festival and not drink beer, can 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 to have a brief fling with the party juice. At Stoke Travel not only do we get you into the Munich beer halls, we also get the party started and finished at our campsite with our unlimited beer and sangria bar – for only €10 a day.
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