OktobERfest 2022

There will be 7 German beers on draft all at £5.50 a pint or £10 for a 2 pint Stein and some more German beers available in bottles. For a full list of the beers see: Oktoberfest beer List

We have a limited number of 2 Pint Steins.

We will have our normal selection of traditional cask beers

There will also be pretzels and freshly cooked Bratwurst with sauerkraut and currywurst.

There will also be live musc on all three days

The Line-Up


4.30pm The Beer Jukebox Our regulars Tuesday night troubadours Les and Pete, joined by Andy on Saxophone.


4pm The Camilliansthose of you that saw Camillia, Mark and Clive a few weeks back will know what a great act this is…not to be missed!

6pm The Three Hats ER regulars, George, Dave and Pete perform some great covers and a handful of George’s own compositions. Always a firm favourite!


2pm Les HuitsonA return to the ER for Les who plays a selection of his own works and some great covers.

4pm – Andy TwymanI doubt Andy needs any introduction for most of you. Described as a “one man 100% genuine blues boogie machine” Andy never fails to entertain!

If you want to be sure of a table then it is advisable to book by emailing us here

Opening hours are Monday: 1pm to Midnight, Saturday: 12 – 10pm & Sunday 12 to 7pm

The Food

We are planning to cook Bratwurst to order; details on the day

Other snack, including Pretzels, will be available and as usual customers are welcome to bring their own food or have food delivered from one of the local takeaways.

The Beers


Paulaner Oktoberfest is an Oktoberfest lager from Paulaner brewery in Munich, Germany. Paulaner München is one of the original Munich breweries, with the first record of the brewery dating back to 1634. Paulaner Oktoberfest is one of the original Oktoberfest beers, brewed since 1818!   Paulaner Oktoberfest has an alcohol content of 6%, though it doesn’t taste that strong. It has the smooth, easy-drinking quality of a Munich Helles, with a little more depth and caramel flavour. Pouring a rich amber colour, Paulaner Oktoberfest offers up aromas of grassy hops, citrus and toasted crackers.

Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier is an Oktoberfest lager from Hofbräu München Brewery in Munich, Germany. One of the ‘Big Six’ original Munich breweries, only Hofbräu München can lay claim to royal heritage! Founded by Duke Wilhelm V in 1589, they originally only brewed beer for the royal family. However, the royal brewery eventually started selling their beer outside the royal household, and became one of the biggest producers of beer in Germany.  Hofbräu Oktoberfestbier is a special 6.3% ABV beer with a golden yellow appearance Aromas of sweet malts with notes of grass, grain and hay rise from the beer, and the first sip reveals a rich, malty flavour with a hoppy dry finish.  

One of the original six Munich breweries, Hacker Pschorr’s history dates back to 1417. The original site of the brewery is home to the Altes Hackerhaus restaurant where you can sample the brewery’s wares.  Fun fact: Oktoberfest or Marzen style beers are stronger than traditional Munich Helles lagers, because there used to be a ban on brewing during the summer months. The boiling part of the brewing process was deemed a fire hazard, so breweries had to brew enough beer in March (März) to last throughout the summer. For the beers to last into early Autumn, they were made stronger – hence the birth of the style!  Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest Marzen is considered to be one of the best Oktoberfest beers. Pouring a pale amber colour, Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest Marzen offers up a rich bouquet of malt aromas. The first sip reveals caramel sweetness, balanced by a slight bitterness from the fresh, grassy hops.  

Spaten beer is respected throughout the brewing world with their history of brewing dating back to the 14th century. Spaten München beer is one of the six breweries that can officially brew a beer called ‘Oktoberfestbier’, as it’s one of the six original Oktoberfest breweries, based in Munich. Spaten Oktoberfestbier has an alcohol content of 5.9%, stronger than a traditional Munich Helles. Brewed in the spring, it’s slowly crafted throughout the summer so it reaches peak flavour and quality, just in time for Oktoberfest. Pouring a warm copper colour, Spaten Oktoberfestbier offers up aromas of caramel and earthy bread. Caramel and honey mingle on the palate, with fresh, crisp hop notes to balance the initial sweet flavours.
A true classic of quintessential Munich and Bavarian food and drinks. Clear and sparkling bright golden in the glass, crowned by a pure white head, it is usually drunk in the shade of a chestnut tree according to tradition. A beer which always goes down well: mild, elegant malts with a hint of sweetness and a soft hint of hops in the background. This is pure Bavarian life style!


Rothaus Hefe Weizen is a Hefeweizen from German brewery, Rothaus. Founded by Benedictine monks in 1791 in the Black Forest, Rothaus Brewery is now owned by the German state. Rothaus beers have a fantastic reputation and their Hefeweizen is no exception. Rothaus Hefe Weizen pours a hazy golden colour, releasing aromas of banana, cloves, citrus and a hint of bubblegum. The flavour is both sweet and dry, with fruity flavours from the yeast, and a spicy finish.


Paulaner Munich Dunkel is an easy drinking, Dark Munich lager with a malty, chocolaty flavour. Original Münchner Dunkel is actually the “original” Munich beer. Although light beer overtook dark in popularity stakes at the end of the 19th century, the traditional, strong flavor of Original Münchner Dunkel is once again enjoying an upward trend. Its dark golden color and wonderfully full flavor are the results of the traditional bottom-fermented brewing process using dark quality barley malt.


The Bottles

Gaffel Kölsch

A particularly fresh Cologne beer specialty that is brewed according to a proven family recipe and the German Purity Law of 1516.

Weltenburger Kloster Spezial Festbier

A fresh yellow Festbier full of inviting aromas of biscuit, herbs, malt, citrus and spices.

It is a low-fermentation Pils and the most popular type of beer worldwide. With Spezial, the light aromatic hop notes of Hercules Perle and Tradition can be clearly tasted.

Spezial is a typically German fresh beer with intense flavours.

Weihenstephaner Festbier

A full rich bodied, hoppy, seasonal lager. Especially brewed for the Festbier season. This beer truly represents the Bavarian way of celebrating. Deep gold color, great mouthfeel and lots of flavor. Prost!

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