Win tickets to Klaus’ Brau Haus Pop-Up Bier Keller

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This October, Nottingham welcomes a brand new event, Klaus’ Brau Haus Pop-Up Bier Keller, bringing with it traditional Bavarian food and much more. From Thursday 1st – Sunday 4th October, visitors to Nottingham can sample an Oktoberfest experience in the centre of Nottingham in a cool pop-up covered, weatherproof and warm venue on Huntingdon Street.

The venue itself will be transformed with a stage, bars, and food vendors. The Food & Drink Offering will be authentic Bavarian to compliment the party atmosphere. There will be a range of Blond, Wheat and Dark beers from Kaltenberg, Warsteiner and Konig Ludwig as well as jagermeister & German Wines.

Music and Entertainment across the four nights will be from Klaus’ Brau Haus’s Resident Band ‘The BierKeller Schunklers’ + a Resident DJ. There’s just one Rule… Come to Party!

To celebrate the arrival of Klaus’ Brau Haus Pop-Up Bier Keller in Nottingham, we’re offering you the chance to win a table for 8 people on either Friday 2nd October or Sunday 4th October. The prize includes front row table for 8 people with waitress service and a welcome Jägermeister.

Terms and conditions apply.

This competition is now closed. 

 

Posted on 28 September 2015
Featured author: Tom

Nottingham lad who’s a proud Notts County fan, cheese fiend, chocaholic and loves travelling and music.

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