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Vegtoberfest at Fest Camden on Saturday 7 October 2018

The UK’s first vegan Oktoberfest celebration. The Bavarian themed beer festival will couple the merry traditions of Oktoberfest with vegan friendly beers, wines and street food. 😛 👏 🌱

Oktoberfest is a beer festival first and foremost and Vegtoberfest is just that. Vegan-friendly Bavarian beers will sit alongside a handful of local vegan craft ales, while vegan wines, mulled wine and hot and cold cocktails will also be available.

It wouldn’t be an Oktoberfest celebration without Bratwurst so Vegtoberfest will serve a range of vegan Bratwurst and sausages with all the usual trimmings at the Brat Grill. Vegtoberfest will also make use of Fest Roof Garden’s wood-fired pizza oven where a selection of vegan pizzas with Bavarian themes will be served.

Fest Camden’s main room will be transformed into a Bavarian beer hall where guests can enjoy their ‘steins’ while live music, comedy and DJs will provide the entertainment on stage. Guests will enjoy food and drink from the roof garden with views over Camden Stables Market!

www.vegtoberfest.co.uk

Location:
Fest Camden, Camden Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London NW1 8AH

Times:
12 midday – 10pm

Price:
From £10 book online

Hoxtoberfest @ Hoxton Docks / from 20th-22nd Oktober 2016 ??

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 6pm to midnight

@ Hoxton Docks, 55 Laburnum Street, London E2 8BD

Tickets: £30 book online (including 1L stein of Erdinger and a German snack from Herman Ze German)

www.hoxtoberfest.com

Oktoberfest season is upon us! Visit the inaugural Hoxtoberfest with the of the best of German food, beer, and cocktails, spiked with just a trace of East London. It will be something you want to see.

Based in a multi-room Bavarian extravaganza, taking over a whole block of canal side warehouses and yards. Within the Hoxton Docks Timber Warehouse.

The main warehouse features a live music space, decked out like a traditional Oktoberfest tent where you’ll stumble across the first Berliner Pilsner bar (for East German balance). Taking a little jaunt outside, you’ll find the legendary Herman Ze German, on hand to deliver mouth-watering Germanic delights straight from the bratwurst grill, besides more Berliner and Erdinger goodness.

Meandering further, take a trip canal side where Fritz Kola will be hosting a Berlin cocktail bar, pairing booze with eye-opening mixers like rhubarb and Mischmasch (look it up), and when you’re in need of a snack to soak up those spirits, swing by the currywurst imbiss for your fix.

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