TweetDid you know that the first Oktoberfest in the United States was in Baltimore in 1947? Check out this cool article about the history of Oktoberfest Festivals in the U.S. The article also explains how one can create a beer … Continue reading
TweetIf you’re in Deutschland this fall, be sure to check out the world famous Oktoberfest. While there, you can start with a batzerl of beer, and if you’re in a generous mood could even offer to aufstöin to a friend. … Continue reading
TweetIn a freak coincidence that can only attributed to providence, our whole office came to work today wearing the unofficial company uniform: the I Heart Das Boot T-shirt. You can find this shirt and more at OktoberfestHaus.com.
TweetOktoberfest season is quickly approaching, meaning if you live in a traditional German village prepare yourself to start seeing more lederhosen. Even if you don’t live in Deutchland, you can still easily get your hands on a pair all your … Continue reading
TweetCheck out these cool Oktoberfest pictures on VancouverSun.com! Get all your Oktoberfest gear at OktoberfestHaus.com, including beer boots, dirndls, and the same Hofbrauhaus Oktoberfest Munchen Glass Beer Stein seen here:
TweetBring a boot to your Superbowl party and introduce your buddies to the Beer Boot Drinking Game! The Beer Boot Drinking Game: 1. The beer boot is passed around a group with individuals taking a sip and passing to the … Continue reading
TweetLeave it up to the Germans to invent a traveling beer bar (see below images). Can you think of a better way to travel? We can’t! It appears as if up to 14 people can ride, drink, and pedal around … Continue reading
TweetA great traditional dance in Germany displayed here at the German Tourist Club Octoberfest Part. Looks like they are having a “gut” time. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15z_nUQer8E[/youtube]