26 Leake Street Hosts London Oktoberfestival by admin on October 2, 2018

How can you celebrate Oktoberfest in the UK?

Brits no longer need to shell out on flights and hotels to join in with Germany’s biggest party, as they can get stuck in right here in the UK.

The traditional German festival has gone global over recent years – and in Britain it’s more popular than ever.

Beer halls from Edinburgh to Exeter and Belfast to Bristol will welcome thirsty revellers for drinking to the sound of brass band music.

Events in London are taking place from September 28 and will be held in Millwall Park in Canary Wharf and Finsbury Park in Central London.

You can also try London Oktoberfestival, which is located underneath Waterloo station, and will have Oompah bands, live music and beer in a 1,200 capacity spot.

Erdinger Oktoberfest is the biggest ever authentic Oktoberfest event in the UK and will be running events from 27 September until 28 October.

Organisers are shipping more than 250,000 pints of Erdinger and Fischers Hell lager to quench the thirst of up to 5,000 guests each night.

It takes place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, London.

 

Check out the full article here: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4474887/octoberfest-oktoberfest-beer-festival-2018-uk-german/

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