2pm to 10pm Saturday 18 September…
The Munich Oktoberfest has been cancelled for the second year running, but we will have five of the six official Oktoberfest beers on draught on the day it was scheduled to begin!
Oktoberfest beers from:
FREE PRETZEL WHEN YOU GET A PINT OF AN OKTOBERFEST BEER! (While stocks last – obviously!)
Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen (5.8%) – An amber beer style that was developed over 200 years ago to celebrate the original Oktoberfest. The Märzen name comes from “March beer” because it was historically brewed in March to be at peak flavor for the Oktoberfest celebration.
Hacker-Pschorr Original Oktoberfest (5.8%) – Bavarian barley slow roasted, caramelized to a rich, red amber colour combined with the purest spring waters from the Alps, exclusive yeast and the finest Hallertau hops.
Hofbrau Oktoberfestbier (6.3%) – Golden in colour and sparkling clear, Hofbräu’s Oktoberfestbier has notes of grainy bread, some lemon, and spritzy hops. A very light taste of sweet malts and some light grassiness, this light-bodied and delicate tasting German lager is a drinkable and decent beer.
Spaten Oktoberfestbier (5.9%) – A rich, textured palate with an underlying sweetness true to tradition. Amber in colour. This medium bodied oktoberfest beer has achieved its impeccable taste by balancing the roasted malt flavour with the perfect amount of hops.
Lowenbrau Oktoberfestbier (6.1%) – Pouring a clear golden yellow with a tall white head. Well carbonated, this beer boasts a bready, slightly herbaceous nose with a subtle sweet-malt undertone. A biscuity flavour with some soft spices, herbs and citrus. And of course that classic light, crisp finish associated with the style