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bierkeller

/ (ˈbɪəˌkɛlə) /
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noun
British a public house decorated in German style, selling German beers
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Word Origin for bierkeller

C20: German, literally: beer cellar
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How to use bierkeller in a sentence

  • At any rate, he once bit a brewer's carman, delivering goods to a bierkeller.

    The Magnificent Montez|Horace Wyndham
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