bierstube

noun bier·stu·be \ˈbir-ˌshtü-bə, -ˌstü-\

Definition of bierstube

plural

bierstubes

\ˈbir-ˌshtü-bəz, -ˌstü-\ or

bierstuben

\ˈbir-ˌshtü-bən, -ˌstü-\
  1. :  a room or other place (as in a German or German-style tavern) used primarily for the serving of beer

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Origin and Etymology of bierstube

German, from Bier beer (from Old High German bior) + Stube room (from Old High German stuba heated room)


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