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Oktoberfest is going to by HUGE!

Oktoberfest will kick on all week to celebrate all things German including German beers, steins, a traditional Oompah band, amazing food and competitions.

Swing by between lectures for a German beer. If you’re feeling a little peckish stick around for a German themed lunch, bratwurst hot dog or giant pretzel anyone?


Giant pretzels
$10 German hot dog meal deal including a bratwurst or kransky with chips and your choice between a pot of XXXX Summer Bright, red or white wine or soft drink
1L Steins


Red Room vouchers will be up for grabs in the pretzel eating competitions throughout the week. You’ll also have the chance to dust of your lederhosen for our best dressed competition later in the week. For full details chat to our friendly staff.


We’ve got a week packed with free live music and games.

Games night 2pm until late. Free board games, pool, Xbox One and Nintendo Wii.

7pm – until late: Our regular Tuesday trivia night, with a German twist! Entry is free so get a team together and come along!

6pm – 10pm: Live music.
11am – 3pm: Welcome back the traditional German band - The Oompah Boys followed by Metriinome.

Metriinome is a Brisbane electronic duo that combines that classic Aussie Electro sound with chilled melodies, crisp beats and delightful vocals.

2pm – 6pm: Matty G.
7pm – 7.45pm: Dollarosa.
A bunch of energetic dudes from Brisbane, Australia. With a backlist of bands that they have played with, such as Story of The Year, Funeral for a Friend, Senses Fail, Flyleaf, Pierce the Veil, Attack Attack!, Reliant K, Dream On, Dreamer, Hawthorne Heights, Cartel, Dead Letter, Cirucs plus more - This is only the beginning!

8.pm – 9.30pm: Lagerstein.
Lagerstein is a six-piece drinking, rocking, pirating rock/folk/metal powerhouse hailing from the distant shores of Brisbane, Australia. Featuring The Majestic Beast’s majestic shredding skills, Neil Rummy Rackers’ tighter-than-a-virgin-tuna rhythmic walls, The Imobilzers thundering bass hangovers, Mother Junkst’s cheap and rotten power synth, Ol' mate Dazzle on drunken drums topped with the mighty power of Ultralord's grog-fuelled cries - all at the helm of the mighty flying pirate ship! Lagerstein formed in 2010 after a 12 Kings hangover and decided that there weren’t enough drinking bands out there.
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