The fine people of continental Europe have been lucky enough to experience ordering beer in McDonald's for a long time, and now Austrian restaurants are handing out free six packs of Ottakringer as part of a promotion for the Euros.
Hungry diners who order €20 of food through delivery service mjam.at will receive a free six pack of the 5.2% beverage.
According to Kronen Zeitung, the idea behind the free booze is to "bring a stadium atmosphere to your own living room for fans who can't be in France right now".
And that's not where the football fun ends for McDonald's fans in Austria. They're also rolling out Austrian and French inspired burgers, along with donuts emblazoned with the nation's flag.
It may shock you to learn that fast food outlets on the continent serve alcohol, but here's a few more treats from across the world that we'd never imagine seeing at a McDonald's:
McDonald's Egypt offers a falafel sandwich that rivals a Big Mac any day. The falafel patties are shaped to look like burgers and drenched in the ever-present secret sauce that seems to pop up everywhere.
Fun Fact: India is the only country in the world where McDonald's does not serve beef. That means no Big Mac, and no Quarter Pounder. A moment of silence, if you please. Instead, vegetarian favorites like the McCurry Pan, a rectangular-shaped crust topped with curry, broccoli, baby corn, mushrooms and bell peppers and baked till crisp are common fare.
Fancy your fast food slathered in a peanut sauce? Head to a Maccy D's in Malaysia.
It's unfortunate that McDonald's Japan doesn't make one of our favorite Japanese treats, the carb-bomb yakisoba sandwich
. I guess we'll have to settle for the creatively-named McPork -- a basic hamburger with a pork instead of beef patty -- and then maybe some green tea and a red bean ice cream sundae, which is not such a bad thing.
McDonalds goes Dutch in the Netherlands with the McKroket, a deep fried roll stuffed with chili. Think deep-fried sloppy joe
. Perfect if you happen to find yourself with an increased appetite in Amsterdam.
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Traditional Australian hamburgers usually include cheese, beetroot, pineapple, a fried egg (usually with a runny yolk)
and bacon. McDonald's down under created a fusion between the classic Americano and the Aussie with their McOz by including beetroot in an otherwise classic Big Mac.
In New Zealand the McOz is taken up a notch by throwing in a fried egg. Voila: the Kiwiburger.
Spam is often referred to as the "Hawaiian Steak." Not by us, though. McDonald's in Hawaii offers a Spam breakfast in an attempt to offer authentic Hawaiian fare. Try all they want, nothing beats a great loco moco
A spicy summer soup served cool, this seasonal treat pops up at McDonald's restaurants in Spain during the warmer months.
This is just strange. It's like our beloved apple pies, but it's... different.
80% of India's population are Hindu, which means they don't eat beef - but that was never going to stop Maccy D's from opening up shop there. In addition to the chicken based Maharaja Mac, you can also pick up this burger with a fried patty of cheese curds.
This is just a single shrimp deep-fried in a panko breadcrumb and served in a bun with a little lettuce and mayo, and you can only pick them up in McD's in Japan.