"אני שותֶה בירות."
Translation:I drink beers.
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Yes, I feel this is confusing as well. "Beer" can be both a count noun and a non-count noun.
If I'm drinking multiple cans of a single type of beer, the plural is "beer" (non-count noun). If I'm drinking cans of multiple types of beer, the plural "beers" (count noun) would be idiomatic.
I think this sentence is ambiguous, and should allow both "beer" and "beers" to be correct translations of בירות.