"Of course, you can just go to a bar and point to a beer, but it is nice to make an effort to speak the language when you're in a foreign country," Justin Amey, one of the founders, told the Daily Mail.
You’d be hard pressed to find a language not covered by Pivo (which is Czech for "beer," by the way). If you happen to stumble into a bar in the Philippines where everyone is speaking the pidgin tongue Tagalog, simply say "Isang beer pa po." That’s an easy one. Oh, you’re in a bar in South Africa and the language of choice is Zulu? Just say "Nye ningi utshwala." If there are any issues with the pronunciation, Pivo provides an audio recording to help you sound it out.
All this makes for a fun way to blend in with locals. Una cerveza, por favor!