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The actual phrase you're looking for is 'Bitte, ein bit?'. It's a trademark phrased used by the German beer company, 'Bitburger'. It's very popular in western Germany. The translation would be:

Literal: Please, a bit?

Flexible: A bitburger, please?

Basically it's just asking for a Bitburger beer.

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