Manchester Oktoberfest 2018
Oktoberfest 2018, the German celebration of all things Bavarian. When Autumn rolls in and the big coats and woolly jumpers get dusted off there's no better way to embrace the cold than with a bratwurst and a stein of German beer to wash it down with. Keeping us satisfied and filling the gap between now and the German Markets at Christmas, Oktoberfest 2018 is ready to kick off in style. This year's Oktoberfest will be celebrated in style in Manchester. With an incredible selection of festive food and drink on offer, there's a fine choice of parties, bars and boozy antics across the city to cater for everyone's taste. Check out what's going on during Oktoberfest 2018 in Manchester.
Last updated on 5th January 2018
Naturally, The Printworks' German loving Bavarian bar will be doing their thing throughout Oktoberfest 2018. A healthy dose of Bavarian beer and regional food is on offer in the incredible Munich style beer hall, accompanied by the famous resident Oompah band on stage!
The Marble Arch Brewery was started up in this ace little Ancoats pub. Something of an institution in Manchester, The Marble Arch pub is a first port of call for beer lovers across the city. Serving up amazing real ale to customers sat by the roaring log fire this October, order some of the home made hearty food to accompany it. Simple one of the best pubs around for honest and delicious food and beer.
BrewDog, the craft beer specialists on Deansgate, serve very best real ale and beer everyday to the people of Manchester. Another fine beer based bar with a little something for everyone boasting a range or world beers as well as the home made BrewDog ales. A contemporary take on traditional beer drinking this Oktoberfest, simply a top Deansgate bar.
The Horse and Jockey, one of Chorlton's much loved bars, is holding their annual international beer festival: Joktoberfest! Expect an array of beers from around the world, a cider bar, free live music, kids entertainment and more. Set to provide a fun-filled weekend and even includes a farmer's market, the line-up boasts a whole host of Manchester-based bands alongside The Brasswürst Bavarian Beer Band.