When it comes to getting your drink on in Cologne: A look at the beer cart girl

Beer carts have long been a part of German culture, with the city’s famous “beer-cart girl” (or “sauerkraut girl”) often making her way to the grocery store or to a bar, where customers can get their drink.

But the idea of a beer cart has only really gained traction in recent years, as the country has begun to grow in popularity.

And the new beer-cart lady in Cologne has her own unique take on the concept: a cart that’s equipped with a wine cellar, a beer cooler, a bar and a beer stand.

Beer cart girls have traditionally been part of a family, and while the concept is becoming increasingly popular, the idea has also been questioned.

In fact, in the past few years, the number of beer carts has been dropping significantly, and some people have even called for a boycott of the industry.

What is a beer-carts-girl?

Beer-cart-girls are the young women who make their living by serving up a wide variety of beers at a variety of venues across the country.

They are generally considered to be the bread-and-butter of German beer culture, and they work in pairs or with a family member.

In Cologne, they are known as beer carts, which is also the name of the city.

A beer cart is often accompanied by a wine cart, or by a beer fridge.

They work in the city of Cologne and other large German cities, such as Munich, Bremen, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Berlin.

The German word for beer is “Kruppen,” which means “a cart,” and means “bier-shelter.”

A beer-skewer is an umbrella term for a cart, which also includes a wine-trough and a bar.

These carts are often used to deliver beer from a restaurant to a customer.

Beer carts are sometimes referred to as beer hams, beer hounders, or beer carts with a heart.

There are even beer cart bands in Germany.

Beer-cart girls have become quite popular in recent months, especially among young people.

In a recent poll conducted by German news outlet Handelsblatt, more than 70 percent of the beer-picks in the country said they were interested in becoming a beercart.

In the past, the beer industry has been reluctant to change its image.

In 2016, for example, the German Beer Company and the government issued a statement that said it “does not approve of the idea that people enjoy their beer with their hands, but only with a glass.”

But beer-basket-shop owner Janine Gollop, who has worked at beer-selling business Beerbasket for 20 years, said that the idea is gaining more acceptance.

“For me, I’m proud to have my beer-truck and beer-service business here in Cologne.

People don’t like to see a beer truck with a cart,” she said.

And in the end, Gollap believes that a lot of the negative stereotypes that people have about the industry come from the fact that they think it’s dangerous and dangerous to be seen with a beer in one hand and a bottle in the other.

“People have to look at it as a good thing.

And that’s the thing, I think,” she added.

In some cases, it seems that the beer is being served in a beer bin.

Beer bin?

“Yes, we’ve heard of it,” said Beerbortag, the manager of a nearby beer-shop.

She said that in the early days of the “beer cart,” there was often a beer tray in the middle of the shop.

“Nowadays, it’s more a beer container,” she explained.

Gollip said that while she believes that there are a lot more beer carts in Germany, there is still a lot that she doesn’t like about them.

“We are the first to have the wine-cater in our city, but it’s a small beer bin,” she admitted.

“A beer can be a bit more, you know, the right size.”