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WHAT TO DRINK AT A PARTY?

 

Bitter is traditional British beer (also known as ale). It is quite strong and leaves a bitter taste in your mouth after drinking. It is usually served at room temperature. Light ales contain fewer hops and are less alcoholic; these are popular in central and north-eastern England. Strong ales have a high alcoholic content and a strong flavour. Real ale is a term used for a beer which brewed from natural ingredients (hops, malted barley, yeast and pure water) and stored in a wooden barrel until it is served.

Stout is dark brown (almost black) and tastes a little bitter. The most popular example is the Irish drink called Guinness. You may need to wait some time for this drink. Do not be surprised if the barman starts serving someone else before finishing pouring your drink. Lager is a lighter-coloured type of imported beer, and is normally served cold. Examples are Fosters Ice, Stella Artois or Becks.

When you order a drink, don’t just ask for a glass of beer: ask for bitter, stout or lager, or ask for a particular brand name. State if you want a pint or a half pint (if you don’t say, it will be assumed that you want a pint). A pint is about half a litre. There may be a choice between bottled beer or draught beer.Shandy is a mixture of beer and lemonade – you should ask either a lager shandy or a bitter shandy

Wine is an increasingly popular drink in the UK and can be bought in pubs as well as in wine bars, although the choice in pubs may be limited. The most common option is to ask for a glass of the house wine (red or white).

Cider is a traditional English alcoholic drink made from apples. It is also known as scrumpy. It may be sweet or dry. You normally order a pint or half pint of cider.

Whisky is a strong drink produced in Scotland and in Ireland. It can be served on the rocks (with ice). You normally order a shot of whisky in England and Wales, or a dram in Scotland.The volume of whisky used for this measure can vary from one place to another, but must be shown on a sign in the pub (it is normally a multiple of 5ml).

Alcopops are bottled drinks which may taste of lemonade but are actually alcoholic. Examples are a Smirnoff Ice or a Bacardi Breezer.

Drinks are often mixed (known as a cocktail). For example, common mixed drinks are:
Gin and tonic; Whisky and coke; Rum and coke; Vodka and orange; Vodka and tonic; Bloody Mary (this is vodka and tomato juice).

In summertime a popular drink is Pimms and lemonade. This is a traditional cocktail of either Pimms Number 1 (based on gin) or Pimms Number 6 (based on vodka) together with ice, citrus fruits (lemon/orange/lime) and lemonade/ginger ale.

source: http://www.ukstudentlife.com/Britain/Food/Pubs.htm#Introduction

ale
kissé kesernyés angol sör
at room temperature
szobah?mérsékleten
barley
árpa
barman
pultos
bitter taste
kesernyés íz
brand name
márkanév
chocie between bottled beer or draught beer
üveges és csapolt sör közötti választék
high alcoholic content
magas alkoholtartalom
hop
komló
increasingly popular
egyre népszer?bb
less alcoholic
kevésbé alkoholos
malted
malátázott
natural ingredients
természetes összetev?k
strong flavour
er?teljes íz?
to be stored
tárolva van
to brew
f?z, kif?z
to contain
tartalmaz
to order
rendel
to pour
tölt
traditional
hagyományos
vary from one place to another
helyr?l helyre változik
whisky in th rocks
whisky jéggel
wooden barrel
fahordó
yeast
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