Bierkeller ready to party.
TRADITIONAL German brewery Warsteiner is joining forces with Liverpool's Bierkeller to bring an authentic Oktoberfest to the city.
Warsteiner has been making premium pilsners and dark ales for more than two centuries, so Bierkeller believes that the beer festival will be the best Liverpool has seen yet.
Until Sunday, October 1, the Bierkeller Entertainment Complex in Liverpool ONE will be filling up with giant steins and staff will be grabbing their lederhosen.
It wouldn't be an Oktoberfest without an oompah band and live music too, so expect an energetic atmosphere over the coming days.
The Bierkeller is expecting a crowd of around 2,000 every night over the course of the festival.
Bottles of Warsteiner can be bought for PS2 (Monday to Sunday), traditional steins of beer at PS4 (Sunday to Thursday) and pints at PS2 (Sunday to Thursday).
Sean Maguire, general manager of Bierkeller, said: "Our team are experts at getting that authentic Bavarian atmosphere just right - we do it every weekend.
"But Oktoberfest is something special so we do our homework on the celebrations in Germany, experience them for ourselves and then bring back everything that makes it so fantastic for our customers to enjoy.
"This year we're really pleased to have joined up with Warsteiner who brew excellent beers, and we've come up with some great drinks deals because we just want as many people as possible to get involved and have a ball."
It's Oktoberfest at the Bierkeller
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Sep 21, 2017|
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