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Bring a little bit of the magic from Oktoberfest to your own door with this special case containing ten bottles of this year's finest and a Stein to enjoy them in too!!
Celebrate Oktoberfest at home with the PerfectDraft Oktoberfest beer Starter bundle! - includes all you need to hold your very own Oktoberfest celebration.
Build-your-own perfect party pack. Select your choice of 3 Oktoberfest beer kegs, and get your choice of FREE stein
Looking to sample what amazing Festbiers we have to offer? Look no further - includes a swanky half litre stein to boot!
The Oktoberfest beer is a true celebration of Bavarian brewing, pouring a clear golden yellow with a tall white head.
Spaten’s Oktoberfestbier pours a sparkling deep golden colour with a huge fluffy head. Perfect pints of Bavarian beer at home, what’s not to love!?
The perfect way to enjoy pub-quality beer at home. This PerfectDraft bundle is the ultimate way to enjoy beer at home!
The perfect pack for Oktoberfest get togethers! 15 Spaten Oktoberfestbier & 15 Lowenbrau Oktoberfestbier and pretzel snacks… PROST!
Crisp, Clean and deeply golden; going strong since 1872!
You didn’t think we would miss this ’fest powerhouse did you? 12 bottles of Bavarian brewing at it’s finest!
Sweet malts, light-bodied and notes of grainy bread - The perfect beer to enjoy with Pretzels
Sweet & refreshing with a spicy hop-kick. 12 belting Bavarian beauties to enjoy!
Clear as day and subtly hopped, Paulaner’s Oktoberfestbier is a real refreshing tipple to enjoy with friends
The world's biggest wheat beer brewery bringing you one of the finest Weissbraus to your own 'fest at home'
A Helles lager from Schneider & Sohn, magic! It’s crisp, refreshing and has a flowery hop aroma
Already know which is your favourite Festbier? Check out our range of multi-packs and stock up!
We’ve only gone and turned this year’s festivities 4D. Yep that’s right, we’ve brought smell to the party. High quality candles to bring the experience of the tents into your home
Sadly Oktoberfest 2021 isn’t going ahead, but we’ve got the tips so you can bring the feeling of the tents into your home! Think checkered table dressings, flags and even floral touches!
Oktoberfest 2021 is coming to your home, so you better learn the proper techniques and tips to pour perfect steins every time! A stein holds 1 litre of Oktoberfest beer, so you want it tip top and perfect!
Nothing screams Oktoberfest food more than pretzels. They’re really simple to make, but if you don’t know where to start, we have a step-by-step guide on how to knot your bread Bavarian style.
Oktoberfest party on the cards? These Sauerkraut Sharers are the perfect food to keep guests happy, full and ready to scream “PROST!” at the top of their lungs. (Sharing isn’t mandatory, they are that good!)
We’ve taken a little bit of traditional Oktoberfest food and thrown in a more modern twist. Here’s our how to guide on how to make Pork Schnitzel Burgers. The perfect pairing for Oktoberfest beers, and a definite crowd pleaser for your Bavarian bash!
Think there’s only one type of music played at Oktoberfest? Think again. We’ll run through the three different styles you might expect to hear, and don’t worry, we have 3 amazing Spotify playlists you can boogie to till the cows come home!
Listen to the Wunder-Bar playlist on
Design an invite to your wunder-bar party
Many countries hold their own versions of Oktoberfest making it the most well-known beer festival across the globe. The original and official Oktoberfest though is held in Munich, Bavaria and it's no surprise that there's a few rules governing what makes an official Oktoberfest beer. It must be produced within Munich itself, brewed to just under 6% abv and conform to the Reinheitsgebot law.
Long story short: Oktoberfest originally started in October 1810, but the celebration quickly grew in popularity and length. The weather in September is usually nicer and the days are longer, so it made more sense to push Oktoberfest back into September and end it on the first Sunday of October. All that really matters is there is an entire festival dedicated to drinking crisp, clean Oktoberfest lagers with friends throughout the world.
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