Oktoberfest is more than merely beer-drinking festival. Let's dive deeper into the history of Oktoberfest!
During the festivity, the lifestyle establishment is transformed into a bear market for those who like to discover the taste of delicious beers like Paulaner and Heineken.
Munich, the capital of Bavaria and the third largest city in Germany, is home to the Oktoberfest, one of the biggest drinking sessions on Earth. The first time I went to the Oktoberfest I couldn’t believe the sheer scale of it.
In conjunction with Pizza e Birra’s 10th anniversary, Oktobeerfeast 2019 offers an exciting programme that involves more than just beer drinking.
Welcoming October, number of hotels and restaurants are celebrating Oktoberfest, which is a really big thing for Germans—and for everybody else who loves beer.
Gather your friends and grab a table at one to celebrate the largest folk festival with roots in Bavarian tradition, Oktoberfest in few places around Jakarta.
After a month filled with authentic German delicacies, a surreal amount of beer, and fun games, Pizza e Birra ended its OKTOBERFEST E BIRRA 2017 on a high note.
Paulaner Bräuhaus, Indonesia’s only genuine German microbrewery, will celebrate its fourth Oktoberfest this year. The festival will run from 4 to 7 October and is set to be the biggest so far for the brewery.
Paulaner Bräuhaus, Indonesia’s only genuine German microbrewery celebrated its third Oktoberfest this year from October 5 to 8.
This month, Collage All Day Dining restaurant, located on the 12th floor of Pullman Jakarta Central Park, holds two food festive celebrations: the German Food Festival (Oktoberfest) and Halloween.