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    Those two sentences have almost same nuance.

    As we buy some beer in a liquor shop, we tend to say "ビールください".
    As some staff take our order in a restaurant, we use both sentences or ”ビールで。” .(If you say "ビールで。" in rough way, you could look brusk, though).

    If someone ask me "so... which sentence do you use normally in restaurant?" I would answer "Both, It depends on my mood. " It's slightly different, hard to explain.

    ビールーをください。 = Please give me beer

    ビールーおねがいします。 = (I request) beer please

    If you are asking for some beer ビールをください OR simply ビールくださいshould be just fine.

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