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Alcohol laws in Germany

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Underage drinking in private is not regulated by a specific legal restriction. However, protection from physical and mental harm is ...

Comparing the Drinking Age and Alcohol Laws between Germany ...

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Oct 10, 2015 ... A stereotype about Germany is that it is Oktoberfest all year long, and that most Germans drink more beer and wine than water. While it is true ...

Drinking in Public - Berlin alcohol laws and drinking habits …

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Or in other words: In Germany, drinking in public is allowed. ... In Germany the legal drinking age – or actually the legal age for buying and/or drinking 'soft ...

Minimum Legal Drinking Age (MLDA) in 190 Countries - Minimum ...

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Mar 10, 2016 ... International Guide to Minimum Legal Drinking Ages (MLDAs) in 138 ... Austria, Belgium, Congo, Cyprus, Denmark, Dominica, Germany, ...

Enforcement of drinking age in Munich? - Rick Steves Travel Forum

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The legal drinking age in public is 14 with a responsible adult present, 16 if the ... This legislation is for ALL of Germany, including Munich.

19 signs you learned to drink in Germany - Matador Network

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Feb 20, 2015 ... The legal drinking age for beer and wine in Germany is 16, but you can't get your car driving licence until you're 18, which is also the legal ...

Drinking age in Germany | DrinkingMap.com

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The legal drinking age in Germany is pretty lax. It is 16 for beer and wine, and other party drinks as well, but it is 18 for spirits. The possession or drinking of ...

Drinking in Germany: Soused on the Sidewalk - SPIEGEL ONLINE

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Mar 31, 2006 ... Drinking in public is tolerated in Germany -- which doesn't mean it's always legal. ... The drinking age starts at 16, so on a weekend night the U-Bahn in a ... Laws vary from state to state in Germany, but as a rule no one will ...

drinking age, clubbing age, etc in germany? | Yahoo Answers

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Feb 6, 2008 ... Im moving to germany this summer and want to know the drinking age, clubbing age, etc. thanks in advance! i will pick best answer! ... beer or wine at most ages there and you can drink at home with your family as well legally.

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Jul 18, 2009 ... lol it is not 16 in germany u are allowed to drink alcohol at the age of 14 with .... I would be fine dropping the legal age to 18 but lower than that ...
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The People of Germany
Ethnicity: German, Turkish, Greek, Italian, Polish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish
Languages: German
Religions: Protestant, Roman Catholic, Muslim
Population: 81,083,600 (2014 est.) (16th)
Median Age: total: 46.5 years (2015 est.)
Female: 47.5 years (2015 est.)
Male: 45.4 years (2015 est.)
Literacy Rate: not reported by UNESCO 2015
Female: N/A
Legal drinking age: 16 for beer and wine as some other party drinks without spirits; 18 for spirits
People of:
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alcohol - What are the drinking age laws in Germany? - Law Stack ...

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May 27, 2015 ... I've always heard stories that in Germany, there is no drinking age. I know that in the United States, it is 21. Alcohol can cause health risks for ...

The Highs and Lows of Germany′s Drinking Culture | Germany ...

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Nov 18, 2006 ... The legal drinking age in Germany is 16, though kids must wait until they're 18 to drink spirits. That five-year difference to the US, where the ...

Was the legal drinking age in Germany ever 12? - Straight Dope ...

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My college German professor told us (circa 1988) that the legal drinking age in Germany was 12 (for beer and wine). That is, a 12-year-old kid ...