DER BIERGARTEN CANCELS OKTOBERFEST AND GOES VIRTUAL DUE TO COVID 19

Sacramento, California, September 16, 2020 — For the past two years, Der Biergarten has celebrated Oktoberfest in Sacramento with a traditional outdoor festival with 4,000+ people, but as the world faces a pandemic, they have gotten creative and will go virtual this year.

The theme of this year’s festival is COVID-2020 Virtual Oktoberfest and it will be live on Saturday, September 26th at 7:00pm.   They will go live on various social media platforms with German music and footage from Oktoberfest in Germany.

Der Biergarten has planned to celebrate this festival virtually online with an Oktoberfest Covid Party Kit.  They have specifically designed an Oktoberfest COVID Party Kit for this event.  Each kit contains a 5-liter HB Oktoberfest mini keg, 3-Underberg  bottles, 2-Pretzels, 2-1 liter HB Oktoberfest glasses, and 2- Oktoberfest bandanas.

“If we can’t physically gather in Midtown Sacramento, then we will virtually gather and enjoy some great beer and German fun!” said Sean Derfield, the owner of Der Biergarten and organizer of the Midtown yearly festival.

You can purchase an Oktoberfest COVID Party Kit in advance through the link below.  All pre-purchased kits will be available for pick-up at Der Biergarten 9/18-9/25.  You MUST BE 21 and MUST HAVE ID when picking up your kit. ID MUST MATCH credit card transaction.

All the details are available to see at this link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/der-biergarten-sacramento-presents-oktoberfest-covid-2020-tickets-117618495085

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Der Biergarten is Sacramento’s spot to come and socialize over some great German beer and light German fare. This Midtown Sacramento beer lover’s spot is a twist on the traditional German beer garden. It’s authentically German in its extensive beer selection and light German food menu, with 32 beers on draft and sausages from great German butchers.

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DER BIERGARTEN CANCELS  OKTOBERFEST AND GOES VIRTUAL DUE TO COVID 19

Munich Madness: Oktoberfest and Beer Halls

About 6,000 longing revelers will crowd into one brew tent during Munich’s Oktoberfest celebration. A Biergarten is not a kindergarten — expect your brew glass to viewed a liter( about a quart) of Munich’s finest brew.
For conventional Bavarian amusing , nothing makes a good old-hat brew dormitory. Munich is Germany’s beer capital, and its brew residences come with flows of brew, inexpensive meat, loud amusing, and oompah music.

The partying goes turned up a notch every fall, when the city celebrates Oktoberfest. The festival happens simply over 2 week, starting on the third Saturday in September and usually discontinuing on the first Sunday in October( but never before Oct. 3 — the day Germany celebrates its reunification ).

Oktoberfest kickings situations off with an opening procession of more than 6,000 participates. Every light, it replenishes eight vast brew tents with about 6,000 defendants each. A million gallons of brew eventually, they cook the last ox.

The Theresienwiese fairground( south of the primary learn terminal ), known as the “Wies’n,” spews in a ferment of moves, dancing, and strangers strolling arm-in-arm down rows of outing bars, while the brew sanctity precipitate tons of liquor, pretzels, and wurst in a bubble cauldron of amusing. The triple-loop roller coaster must be the wildest on macrocosm( best before the beer-drinking ). During the fair, the city segments even better than normal. It’s a good time to sightsee, even if beer-hall rowdiness isn’t your cup of tea.

If you’re not examining while the party’s on, don’t worry: You can still dance to noisy airstrips, munch vast pretzels, and show off your stein-hoisting cleverness any time of year at Munich’s classic brew residences. While it can be extremely touristy, everybody’s having lots of fun.

There are plenty of other intoxicating Munich beer residences. Spatenhaus is the opera-goers’ brew dormitory, dishing more stylish meat in a conventional were set out in the square facing the opu and palace. The stylish Andechser am Dom, at the rear of the twin-domed Frauenkirche, accomplishes Andechs beer and massive meat to intelligent regulars. Nurnberger Bratwurst Glockl am Dom, simply across from Andechser am Dom, is favourite with sightseers. Dine outside within the meaning of the trees or in the dark, archaic, cozy interior — patrolled by wenches and spiked with antlers.

For the brew revolutionary, there’s the humble Beer and Oktoberfest Museum in the city center, which offers a low-tech and underwhelming take over beer’s history and the causes of the city’s Oktoberfest celebration.

Wandering through the legions of joyous beer-drinkers in the brew residences, it resulted to me that, unlike with wine-colored, more silver doesn’t get you a better beer. Beer is truly a people’s gulp, and you’ll get the more good here in Munich. Experts have their favorite liquids — and to get it, they don’t liquidate more…they simply” return to the” brew hall that serves it.

A beer hall is a classic Munich gemutlich scene. Gemutlich is the perfect word for Bavaria’s special coziness and inclination for savoring the moment. It’s particularly strong during Oktoberfest, but you can feel it anytime by spending an night in a foaming brew dormitory, clinking containers with new friends, immersed in a boisterous and ejecting Bavarian atmosphere.

Munich Madness: Oktoberfest and Beer Halls