>Oktoberfest in the USA

>As mentioned in my post about Oktoberfest in Germany, it is possible to celebrate this festival within the U.S. Many cities, breweries or bars host events. In La Crosse, Wisconsin the fest is recreated as it can be experience in Germany. Philadelphia, a city proud of its micro brews will not leave you dry with Free sampling of German beers at Bell Beverage on Sept. 24, McGillan’s month-long celebration which started on Sept. 2. Not only does Philly celebrate Oktberfest, but Sept. 16 also marks the start of Philly Beer Week, which is actually a 10-day celebration of the acclaimed … Continue reading >Oktoberfest in the USA

>Oktoberfest 2010

> There are only three days left until Munich’s official Oktoberfest (Sept. 17 – Oct. 04) begins with the tapping of the first beer barrel at noon on September 18. Oktoberfest lovers will be glad to hear that the celebration of beer is actually extended by two days this year. On September 17, visitors will be treated to reconstruction of Oktoberfest as it was celebrated in past centuries. Originally, the fest celebrated the marriage Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig’s marriage to Princess Therese von Sachsen-Hildburghausen. It has now evolved into a celebration of the drink that Germany is well known for … Continue reading >Oktoberfest 2010