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Albert’s Schloss Oktoberfest 2023 Revealed
Via Sam for Albert’s Schloss
Dig out your Lederhosen for a Wünderbar time of year.
From Munich with love, this celebration of German heritage translates across the globe with Albert’s Schloss at the helm in Birmingham for the second year running.
Running from 16th September to 3rd October 2023 Oktoberfest’s lederhosen laced fun features:
- Official keg tapping opening party with Ed James and Gemma Hill
- Best biers in das world
- Oktoberfest themed showtime entertainment
- Oompah, brass and marching bands
- Wiener eating competitions
- Bavarian Feasts
- Bier samples
- More fun, more party and more Oktoberfest than ever before
Willkommen to Oktoberfest 2023! (16th September 2023 at 5pm)
Keeping to the tradition of a star tapping the first keg, Schloss welcomes radio stars, Ed James and Gemma Hill to do the honours. Albert’s Schloss have shined off the steins ready for the debut keg to burst its banks with the force of Ed and Gemma and the sound of Albert’s Oompah band followed by the usual Albert’s Schloss debauchery.
The spektakulär Oktoberfest guest selection starts with:
- Spaten Oktoberfest, traditionally the first bier barrel tapped in Germany, opened by the Mayor of Munich every year.
- Hofbräu Oktoberfest; this one packs a punch at 6.3% and is the strongest of Albert’s Oktoberfest biers.
- The refreshing yet characteristic Lowenbrau Volbier 5.2%, and Hacker-Pschorr 5.8% or Bavarian Heaven, the unique taste created by the variety of Bavarian barleys.
- Paulaner Munich Helles, Erdinger Weissbrau and the newly launched Hofbrau Session Helles will also be available throughout the festivities.
Apres-Work Keg Tapping party (22nd September at 4.45pm)
A perfect end to a long week at work with a fresh selection from the next set of kegs to burst open, early Friday Frolich showtime from the Albert’s Brass Band, the infamous Haus Band and DJ sets alongside bier tasting, wiener samples and more. Every Monday to Friday between 4pm and 7pm enjoy £5 pints of Pilsner and Hofbrau Helles or £6 cocktails and £25 bottles of Prosecco, with early showtime performances from 4:45pm every Tuesday – Friday. Prost!
Even more entertainment
The Oktoberfest-themed showtime entertainment carries on throughout the festivities, every Friday and Saturday night in the infamous Pleasure Palace.
To keep the stamina up and spirits high, dive from your steins into the Cook Haus hero dish, perfect for sharing between two and four people; the Bavarian Sharing Feast. A Smörgåsbord of Roast Pork knuckle, Chicken Schnitzel, Bratwurst, Kaiserwurst, Honey Roast Pork Belly, Sformato, Braised Red Cabbage, Seasonal Greens, Bier Jus, Rainbow Sauerkraut, and Pickles.
Book your table here: albertsschloss.co.uk/birmingham. Albert’s is around five minutes walk from both Birmingham New Street Station and Birminghmam Snow Hill Station.