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We are your supplier for traditional pottery “Made in Germany”, apple wine and regional specialities. From it’s beginnings in 1989 as a garage shop, Bembeltown has developed its portfolio of handcrafted pottery, regional products and specialities from local farmers and distillers. We are also a proud partner of “Wetterauer Landgenuss”, the premium label for regional products from the Wetterau.
Today Bembeltown is located in Frankfurt and Friedberg. We customize our handmade pottery for your company or events. Besides pottery, we have a large selection of apple wine and regional specialities. We create your individual gifts from Frankfurt.
You don’t have your dirndl or lederhosen yet? Bembeltown also has a wide selection of Oktoberfest dirndls and lederhosen to rent or to buy. Stop by and find your original Oktoberfest outfit.
Looking for a fun, creative event for small or large groups? Join one of our “Paint your Bembel” workshops. These workshops give you an opportunity to create your own bembel painting with the option to include apple wine tastings at the same time. We also serve “Haddekuche” (Frankfurt ginger bread) and pretzels. Our workshops and tastings take place either in a traditional cider cellar in Friedberg, in our showroom in Frankfurt or we bring the event to you!
Bembeltown | Design and more GbR
Bembel Shop and Frankfurt Souvenirs
(in the Brieke Media House)
Tilsiter Straße 10
60487 Frankfurt am Main
Telefon 069-90 55 06 13
Getting by in a new culture centers on absorbing the new, local practices inside and outside the office. When you have a handle on them, your new life in Germany will be that extra bit more enjoyable.
You are well advised to familiarize yourself with some of the basic customs and etiquette in Germany.
A large portion of the German rules of etiquette are as good as universal. Some of it involves simple common sense.
Closely aligned to this formality is the obligation to use the “Sie” form of address with people you don‘t know that well.
As you have probably gathered, Germans tend to believe strongly in the concept of a right place and right time for everything.
Pub-hopping is a favorite activit y throughout German society, and can be a good way to meet new people or solidify relations already begun.
One thing to prepare yourself for is the slap of candor: Germans can be rather blunt when they offer stern advice or criticism.