Delicious German grub, free flow beer, fun party games and rousing sing-a-long await at the largest annual drinking gathering of the year!
Oktoberfest may be on 17 September, but in Singapore the celebration continues till the end of October. Here is where you can chug along to the festivities.
Erdinger Oktoberfest 2016
When? 21 Sep-2 Oct @ Suntec City; 3-11 Oct Clarke Quay Central; 19-28 Oct @ The Star Vista
Where? Various locations
Curating an authentic festive experience for visitors, look towards pop-up booths serving limited edition Erdinger brews. Line your stomachs to the tasting menus at participating F&B outlets before hopping onto Singapore’s first Erdinger BARcycle–a mobile bar counter that dispenses complimentary beer in tasting portions.
When? 1-2 Oct
Where? Parkroyal on Pickering
Apart from dindl-dressed waitresses serving bevvies, expect games at this carnival-style event and a Bavarian feast of grilled German sausages, potato rÃ¶sti and pork knuckle. Affordably prices at $59; $128 for unlimited rounds of Erdinger weissbier and weissbier dunkel, and Tiger beer.
Oktoberfest Asia 2016
When? 13-15 Oct
Where? Tan Quee Lan Street
Held under a fully air-conditioned marquee, dine in comfort to gourmet Bavarian cuisine and groove to the live music by Hofbrauhaus band from Munich, before chugging on free-flowing festive brews from 6pm to 12.30am. Tickets are sold at $70 for 13 Oct and $90 for 14 and 15 Oct respectively.
When? 29 Sep-21 Oct
Where? #01-149 VivoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk
Prost! to a month worth of SpatenbrÃ¤u Oktoberfest Ur-MÃ¤rzen–an iconic brew from the last aged barrels of summer beers. If you’re in a big group, you’ll like the sound of this–roast spring chicken, sausages, wedges and sauerkraut, all in a protein-packed Oktoberfest platter ($128) that is bound to satisfy.
When? 21 Sep-31 Oct
Where? #01-21 Valley Point, 491 River Valley Road
Check out this new kid on the block! Launched just in time to pay tribute to the festivities ($108) suitable for six–includes a freshly-baked pretzel tree and meat galore that showcases crispy pork knuckle, homemade sausages and more!
When? 1-31 Oct
Where? #01-12 The Pier @ Robertson, 80 Mohamed Sultan Road
Party the night away to an array of draught and bottled beers, or satisfy your cravings for German cuisine with the Oktoberfest platter ($38)–a combination of homemade soft pretzel with cheese dip, braised bratwurst, Black Forest ham and potato salad.
A German Affair
When? 22 Sep-2 Oct
Where? Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Avenue
At $59 or $128 for all-you-can-chug Erdinger weissbier, weissbier dunkel, and Tiger beer, enjoy a full-fledged experience of the rich and varied traditional flavours of German cuisine with a smorgasbord of food items. Look forward to special dishes like beer soup with bacon and beer-glazed pork knuckles. Other items on the buffet spread entice with the Bavarian butcher’s selection of sausages and beef.
When? 30 Sep-9 Oct
Where? Champions Golf, 60 Fairways Drive
Perfect for families, enjoy this Oktoberfest jamboree with a tranquil view of the golf course, and revel in tantalising beer-glazed pork belly with Savoy cabbage and sweet potato chips ($28), as well as pork knuckle with roasted onion ($30)–no German celebration is complete without them.
sQue Rotisserie & Alehouse
When? 1-30 Oct
Where? #01-70 The Central, 6 Eu Tong Sen Street
The decadent trio pork platter ($69) pays tribute to this folk festival, includes its signature slow-roasted pork belly, pork knuckle and BBQ pork ribs–perfect with an icy cold beer from their extensive draf and bottle selection.
Oxwell & Co.
When? 1-30 Oct
Where? 5 Ann Siang Road
Affordable beers are the best. Enjoy over 15 variety of bottled craft beers at just $10 nett throughout the month. But first, kick start the month of beer guzzling and have your first sip of the bottled craft beers at $8 nett as you jive along to old school tunes with a kicky DJ set. Beers on the list include Fourpure Pale Ale, ITI Tuatara Pale Ale and Flensburger Weizen.