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A Spooky Oktoberfest Is Coming To A Brick Lane Warehouse This Halloween

Jack Saddler Jack Saddler - Staff Writer

Brick Lane Oktoberfest

A spooky bier fest is taking over Brick Lane Tap Room this Halloween.

It’s been a while, but it looks like we’ll finally be able to enjoy the rowdy celebrations of Oktoberfest in London once again this year. And, a 7,000 square foot warehouse doesn’t half sound like a bad way to return to the action, does it?

This October, Brick Lane Tap Room and the warehouse behind it will play host to three days of fun and we’re certainly going to “prost” to that.

The space packs 1,000 people inside for a Munich-inspired bier hall, and this time we’ll even enjoy a Halloween-themed occasion. Alongside the tasty beers on tap you can expect some spooky Bavarian ghosts, ghouls and vampires to spruce up the occasion between October 29-31.

On top of the bespoke cocktails, authentic bier and grub, you’ll be treated to some top entertainment throughout the weekend. Live music, drag performers and comedy acts will grace the stage while you’re getting down with the Oktoberfest fun. Plus, live DJs are on site to ensure the tunes are flowing at all times.

Chris Stemp, Event Manager at Brick Lane Tap Room, said: “As it’s our first Bier Fest event, we’ve gone all out to prove a point to the naysayers. The massive space will get a full makeover and be transformed to the point of unrecognisable.

“We’ll be mixing that traditional Oktoberfest style with a UK festival feel featuring a hop themed bar and plenty of photo opps for the gram. If you’re looking for an Oktoberfest that’s new and exciting, look no further. You’ve found it!”

So, bite into a bratwurst, jiggle your bum to some live performances and get some snaps with a Bavarian ghost at Brick Lane Tap Room’s first dabble in the world of Oktoberfest. A triumphant return to the bier hall is expected for all.

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