Even though the red bull was invented in Austria, there are still so many other drinks that you can find here. The Austrians are famous for having a jolly lifestyle that resounds in their culture of drinks and other forms of food. Here are the most popular drinks in Austria you should never miss. Invented in 1957 and produced until this day. Almdudler is a carbonated soft drink that can be found almost everywhere in Austria. It has been termed the national drink of Austria with popularity second to only Austria. You can find the drink in almost every major outlet, restaurants, or during occasions and festivals. Currently, it is bottled in Austria and four other countries, and exported several other countries, including Australia and the United States. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Austrians also love to drink Strum, a kind of wine that has been fermented from grapes and must contain at least 1% of alcohol. People love to take this drink, but the government has placed a strict law on consumption. It is only allowed to be sold between August 1 and December 31 of every year. So, if you’re visiting the country around this period, ask for the drink. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
During the summer, Spritzer plays an important role in the life of the people of Austria. At this period is where you will find a group of men sitting together and having a chat while sipping on this cultural and delicious meal. It’s made from white wine, sparkling mineral water, and soda. Some of the most popular variants of this drink are the Aperol Spritz served with orange slices and Kaiserspritzer, the traditional recipe that includes elderberry syrup. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Austrians love their coffee to a fault. It is common for you to find coffee being served in a glass cup rather than a mug with cream on top. Coffee provides the essential companion as people, especially when they’re coming together to have a conversation. Usually, coffee is served with water, which is used to clean the palate before the coffee is consumed. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Wine is cultivated in the eastern part of Austria and produced for the consumption of the entire country. One of the most popular white wine brands in the country is Grüner Veltliner, and for red wine, the most popular is the Zweigelt, which is consumed in most of the country. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
At the end of every meal, you’re most likely going to be served this drink. Schnaps is made from various fruits like apricots, rowanberries, gentian roots, various herbs, and even flowers. Private refineries (20,000 strong) control the production and distribution of such drink that determines to a large extent the cuisine culture of a national entity. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
You’re not going to Miss Austrian beer for any reason. Usually, it’s served in 0.2 and 0.3 liters at a very affordable price. During festivals, you will find larger bottles of beer, from one liter being served to the people. Most popular beer in the country is the Märzen or pale ale beer taking almost by anyone, especially during the holiday or festival periods.