Beijing, China (September 25, 2010) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — One of the world's largest fairs, the legendary Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany is celebrating its landmark 200th anniversary this September. Thankfully, beer lovers in Beijing won't have to miss out on the fun. We warmly invite you to join our very own Oktoberfest at Paulaner Bräuhaus at Kempinski Hotel Beijing from October 8 till 24, 2010.
Since 1993, Beijing's Paulaner Bräuhaus has been celebrating this special festival according to Bavarian tradition, serving authentic beer and hearty food along with Bavarian showgirls and live music. Our beer is freshly brewed onsite according to the Bavarian Purity Law, which stipulates that it should contain nothing more than water, yeast, hops and barley malts.
The traditional ritual of tapping the first barrel of Oktoberfest beer will take place in our Oktoberfest Tent on the opening evening. This year, along with invited VIP guests, Mr. Stephan Interthal, Managing Director of the Kempinski Hotel Beijing and Stefan Frank, Brew Master at the Paulaner Bräuhaus will swing the wooden mallet to drive the tap into the first barrel with the famous Bavarian shout, "O'zapft is!" meaning "It is tapped!". From this moment on the 'Liquid Gold' can be served to all.
Invite your colleagues and friends to enjoy the timeless Bavarian tradition at Paulaner Bräuhaus – Home of the Original Oktoberfest in Beijing.
Paulaner Bräuhaus opening hours:
11:00 am to 1:00 am
For inquires and resrvations, please call 010 6410 4212
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