Mine’s a ‘bitte’ – two city centre bars are preparing to say willkommen to Oktoberfest.
Organisers of the German-inspired event, which takes place from September 16 to Tuesday, October 3, are hoping it will be a wunderbar addition to the city.
For the duration of Oktoberfest, The Peacock and the Dun Cow will be serving up food and beer that will transport punters to Deutschland.
The festival – celebrated around the world – will culminate in a one-day event on October 30, with the upstairs function room of The Peacock set to serve up beers imported from five Munich brewers.
For £10, people can buy a ticket for the main day, which will give them an Oktoberfest glass, with their first drink included. They will then be able to buy top-ups of different beers throughout the…
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