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National Brewery Centre – Burton Oktoberfest 13th & 14th October

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The National Brewery Centre will be transforming its courtyard Marquee into a traditional stomping Oktoberfest event with bier, live music, DJ with all the cheesy tunes and a of course, a great lively and vibrant atmosphere – be prepared to be entertained, Bavarian style!

Managing Director Annie Horne comments: ‘Customers can top up their steins and step inside the Bier tent – where they can expect traditional folk dancing to Oompah music, foot stomping, table bashing and hearty singing galore – we’ve even got the words to sing. They can enjoy some traditional German grub from the food tent and raise their voices and steins for a foot stonking Burton Oktoberfest.’
Behind the bar they will find bier galore but don’t worry for those who don’t feel like slamming down their steins, the bar will be fully stocked with a wide selection of drinks.

The Entertainment will include:-
Deutsch Blasmusik – a traditional Oompah band with a twist! A six piece specialising in whimsical and charming combinations of traditional German alongside quirky pop hits. All the classics are covered by this experienced band using their unique and fun filled approach to Oompop! They get the audience involved with games such as Munchen State – a dance at the table, Lots of Ein Prosit – a toast with singing along, boat races, Das Boot – a downing a pint challenge and so much more.
Food stalls will be selling:- Bratwurst, Schnitzel, Sauerkraut, Curry worst, Spatzle, Kartoffelsalat, Pretzels and Apple strudel with vanilla custard

SESSIONS:- FRIDAY: 6pm – 11pm, SATURDAY:12 noon – 5pm, SATURDAY:6pm – 11pm

PRICES:- Standing £10, Unreserved Seating £15, VIP table for ten – best seats in the house with table service £350 (Friday VIP tables  already sold out)

Customers can book on line at www.nationalbrewerycentre.co.uk or by calling 01283 532880

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