Drunk German Words

We Germans love our beer, our parties and our bars – and our language represents that. We found 10 drinking-related German words and translated them into English for you. 

Prepare for some hilarious drunk German words and find out why a "gulp pecker" will suffer from a "murder tomcat" the next morning! Enjoy!

Polterabend (literal translation: "rumble evening") – Eve-of-the-wedding party.

Polterabend (literal translation: "rumble evening") – Eve-of-the-wedding party.

sternhagelvoll (literal translation:

sternhagelvoll (literal translation: "star-hail-full") – Extremely drunk, wasted.

Bierernst (literal translation: "beer seriousness") –  Being deadly serious.

Bierernst (literal translation: "beer seriousness") – Being deadly serious.

Trinkgeld (literal translation: "drink money") –  A tip for good service.

Trinkgeld (literal translation: "drink money") – A tip for good service..

Stammtisch (literal translation: "tribe table") –  Group of regulars (at a bar or club).

Stammtisch (literal translation: "tribe table") – Group of regulars (at a bar or club).

Mordskater (literal translation: "murder tomcat") –  The worst hangover you ever had.

Mordskater (literal translation: "murder tomcat") – The worst hangover you ever had.

Schluckspecht (literal translation: "gulp pecker") –  Someone who can drink a lot of booze.

Schluckspecht (literal translation: "gulp pecker") – Someone who can drink a lot of booze.

Feierabend (literal translation: "feast evening") –  Closing time.

Feierabend (literal translation: "feast evening") – Closing time or the time after work.

Filmriss (literal translation: "movie tear") –  A blackout from drinking to much.

Filmriss (literal translation: "movie tear") – A blackout from drinking to much.

Schnapsidee (literal translation: "liquor idea") –  A crazy idea – doesn't even have to involve booze.

Schnapsidee (literal translation: "liquor idea") – A crazy idea – doesn't even have to involve booze.

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