Oktoberfest celebrations featuring ERDINGER

Oktoberfest celebrations featuring ERDINGER

Autumn is festival season. The Bavarian festival tradition is legendary and brings
together people from all over the world.

Oktoberfest London

Oktoberfest London

Oktoberfest Dublin

Oktoberfest Dublin

Herbstfest Erding

Herbstfest Erding

Celebrating the Bavarian way means having tons of fun while enjoying great beer and delicious food. There are a lot of fans of the Bavarian way of enjoying life. And because not everyone can make the “pilgrimage” to the original, people have been going to their own, local Oktoberfest celebrations for some time. A cheery get-together, a relaxed atmosphere - the pleasure of celebrating brings people together. And singing “Ein Prosit” with a cold ERDINGER Weissbier makes people happy no matter where they are.

Oktoberfest celebrations featuring ERDINGER Weißbier – a selection

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Lozärner Oktoberfest from the 06th of september until the 22nd of september.

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1st ACC Oktoberfest held by Michael Wendel from the 27th of september until the 7th of october.

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Oktoberfest Nyburg on the 28th of october

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Oktoberfest West Michigan from the 28th of october until the 29th of october.

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Oktoberfest Gäupark from the 28th of september until 29th of september and from the 05th of october until the 6th of october.

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Bierfest Herning on the 29th of september.

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Oktoberfest in Kanada from the 5th of october until the 13th of october.

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Oktoberfest Tivoli on the 12th of october.

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Oktoberfest by Hollerbach from the 12th of october until the 14th of october.

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Oktoberfest Tampa Bay from the 12th of october until the 14th of october.

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Panama City Beach Oktoberfest from the 13th of october until the 14th of october.

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Wirtshaus & Rasselbrock from the 17th of october until the 28th of october.

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Oktoberfest Novi Sad from the 19th of october until the 20th of october.

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Gourmet Oktoberfest from the 19th of october until the 20th of october and from the 26th of october until the 27th of october.

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Stegener Markt from the 26th of october until the 28th of october.

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Oktoberfest Pune from the 26th of october until the 28th of october.

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Party like the Bavarians

Anyone can drink beer. Singing loudly and swaying – no problem. But: tradition dictates that certain rules of behavior have to be observed, even after the third “Mass” (1-liter glass).

Fun for all – 5 beer tent tips

1. Cheers

Cheers

What to do

  • Hold your “Mass” by the handle. In exceptional cases, women are allowed to use both hands.

What not to do

  • Put your hand through the handle. Although allowed for women, watch out when toasting. A delicate female finger between two hefty beer glasses can hurt.

2. Thanks waitress!

Thanks waitress!

What to do

  • Serving staff always have right of way in the beer tent. And: even in beer tents, tipping is always right!

What not to do

  • Stand in the way – even if it’s full, the aisles must always be free. And please don't force the waitress to give you every cent of your change.

3. Toilets

Toilets

What to do

  • Go in good time. For women in particular: don't forget you’ll probably have to stand in line. Make sure you have 50 cents on you.

What not to do

  • Go when you absolutely have to and then jump the queue.

4. Dance

Dance

What to do

  • When you’re sat on a bench, it’s all about moving your arms – and of course clapping in 4/4 time.

What not to do

  • Wild movements, holding on to your neighbor, pushing people back.

5. Costume

Costume

What to do

  • If in doubt: ask a professional costume fitter for advice.

What not to do

  • Ladies: underskirts showing, “Enzian” neck scarves, miniskirts, wild combinations of garish colors, sneakers, random ribbon-tying, black with white blouse (unless you’re serving staff), high-heels, T-shirts with Dirndl print, “Bavarian-style” fashion items.
  • Men: silly hats, “Bavarian-style” fashion items, sneakers, T-shirts of all kinds, short Lederhosen and Loferl socks without the necessary calf muscles.