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Used to specify specific drinks served or sold. Edit or translate this description.
Group: Food and beverages
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Useful combination
Status: in use

drink is the prefix for several drink:*=* keys to describe the specific drink which is served.


The individual tag values can be yes, served, retail, draught or bottled. If a location is a restaurant which is serving for example coffee the right combination would be drink:coffee=served. If it is a shop who is selling it in bottles or cans then the combination would be drink:coffee=retail drink:coffee=bottled and if you only know that you can get coffee, but don't know in which form you should use drink:coffee=yes.


Further keys for other drinks can be found at //

Tag values

Value Note
yes if the drink is available (without specifying the manner of its availability)
sales for resellers (not necessarily a shop=beverages)
served for restaurants, bars, clubs, shops, etc who are serving the drink
draught if the drink is draught
bottled if the drink is put in a bottle here
takeaway if the drink is "for the road", often coffee in a paper cup (see takeaway=* for more generic cases)
no if the drink is normally available in these kinds of places but it isn't (e.g. you could give an amenity=cafe without coffee drink:coffee=no)

Tags used in combination

See also