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The best places to celebrate Oktoberfest in Hong Kong

It’s time for steins and barrels of beer. Discover where to celebrate Oktoberfest this year
Written by
Jenny Leung

There might not be a huge German expat population in Hong Kong, but we sure love our beer in this city, meaning there are a good few Oktoberfest parties to be had... just check out these ones!

RECOMMENDED: If looking to fill up your calendar for the rest of the month, don't forget to check out our pick of the best things to do this October.

The best Oktoberfest parties in Hong Kong

Young Master
Young Master

Young Master

Here to celebrate Oktoberfest with a bang, Young Master Brewery is offering up its fall-edition beer, Festbier, with not one, not two but seven brand new sausage recipes to chow down on! Held at popular venues such as 65 Peel, Big Sur, The Ale Project and more, now you'll have plenty of excuses for a cheeky post-work tipple or three. Until October 18.

  • Restaurants
  • German
  • Mong Kok

At Beerliner’s three locations across town, celebrate Oktoberfest with a mouth-watering Oktoberfest special menu filled with more german sausages and pork knuckles than you can handle. Beer wise, there will be a limited supply of Erdinger Beer Passports on the hand out for customers, so if you're lucky, you'll get to enjoy a free pint on the house – prost! Until October 20.

  • Things to do
  • Happy Valley

Never ones to miss an excuse for a party, Happy Valley is celebrating Oktoberfest with an all-out German beer fest this October 16 and 23. In the beer garden, there'll be all kinds of German beers available for chugging, and if you’re feeling peckish, put in an order for classics like roasted pork knuckle with sauerkraut and delicious nibbles like pretzels and strudels. Of course, it wouldn't be a party without some live music, barrel-rolling games and even a stein hoisting challenge to keep you entertained throughout the night. October 16 and 23.

  • Bars and pubs
  • Wan Chai

Just how much beer could a beer-chugger chug if a beer-chugger could chug beer? Back again with its annual Oktoberfest celebrations, King Ludwig Beerhall is all about beer, food, fun and did we say beer? Grab yourself a beer Passport ($520) and redeem up to 10 ice cold beers, all whilst enjoying a plethora of Oktoberfest snacks like popcorn chicken and crispy pork back hock, as well as the star of the show – the Oktoberfest Platter. Throughout all its venues are the authentic German sounds of Gehrenbergspatzen – try saying that after ten steins! Until October 26. 

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