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2019-10-10 | Beijing

2019 Oktoberfest Beijing at Paulaner Bräuhaus: That Real Bavarian Celebration

Beijing, October 10, 2019 - Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center brought the experience of Oktoberfest to the city this fall. Celebrating Bavaria's world-famous beer and folk festival, the Oktoberfest tent at Paulaner Bräuhaus Beijing features hearty food, beer and evenings filled with a blend of authentic Bavarian experiences from yodeling, sing-along's, interactive games and entertaining performances. Paulaner Bräuhaus Beijing Oktoberfest 2019 will run every day until October 27.

Visiting and experienced patrons can expect true tent traditions like the first beer tapping ceremony during opening night, tapped from a classic wooden keg, huge Paulaner beer tankards and an evening filled with traditional food like pretzels, sausages and pork knuckles. Adding to the entertainment program is the German-native Alpine Bavarian Band, providing comical interactive performances, folk tunes originating from Bavarian classics, and international pop songs even in Chinese.

“As the first German hotel in Beijing, we are committed to making the Paulaner Bräuhaus Beijing an exciting destination, and this classic event will start it off in true Bavarian fashion to showcase an ever-growing interest in authentic celebrations" Managing director Brice Péan said in a statement. The Paulaner Bräuhaus Oktoberfest tent has been a preferred favorite of avid festival goers in Beijing for over 27 years. Over the years, the tent has attracted over 220,000 guests.

Paulaner beer is crafted using only four basic ingredients: barley, hops, yeast and water. The “Oktoberfest Bier” is the special festive beer only available during the Oktoberfest. Wolfgang Sesser, the resident master brewer who has 19 years of experience from the Paulaner Brewery in Munich, guarantees that all his beers are brewed according to Bavarian Purity Laws, ensuring superior taste and quality glass after glass.

Festival goers are encouraged to come dressed in Drindl or Lederhosen, traditional Bavarian clothing worn during the event, to fully experience. Additionally, those wishing for an early day start to Oktoberfest can experience a special Oktoberfest buffet brunch, every Sunday, October 13, 20 and 27. Those who want an Oktoberfest feel can also expect live-band performances during brunch as well.


Source: Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center

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