A term used to describe the white etched ring that appears just above the label on beer bottles. It is caused by the bottles knocking together while contained in a beer box. This phenomena was first noticed by the Germans around 1947 and the phrase almost defeated "Deutsche Mark" as the name for the common German currency.
Dave: I hate ding rings so I drink from a can.
Matt: You're a pussy, Dave.
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