The person whose glass gets the last drop from the bottle buys the next one.
Never cross arms across a table when clinking.
Drinkers share one large bottle of beer and drink from small glasses.
Stand when saying cheers, raise your glass before and after you drink.
The host’s glass should always be highest when bumping glasses.
Make eye contact, only clink glasses with one person at a time.
Don’t clink glasses, just raise them when toasting.
Means good health, but comes from the ancient Irish word “slán” which means “safe”.
This toast means “empty glass” and implies that you should drink your entire drink, but you don’t actually have to.
Never pour your own glass of beer, but always pour your neighbour’s.
There are many toasts throughout the meal, but the first one must be given by the host.
На здоровье!” (Na zdorov'ya)
This exclamation is actually a thank you to the host for the drink or meal, not just a toast.