Written by Rachel Gyarmati With a new month comes a new Monthly Seasonal Brew here in the Bier Hall. This month’s brew is our Festbier which is an amber lager. Its spicy finish comes from the hops used during brewing. Festbier is a great way to bring in Fall. No matter what location you drink
Last time in the Biergarten Blog, we gave a rundown of the history of Oktoberfest. Long story short, what started as a royal wedding reception has grown exponentially into an annual international party. We also learned that Oktoberfest moved from being celebrated in October to accommodate the number of people who attend. That’s right…the party
One of the most sacred celebrations here at Hofbräuhaus Newport is Oktoberfest. Each year at the beginning of Fall, German communities around the world gather to eat, drink and be merry. It’s also a chance to celebrate our heritage and have some fun doing it. The crowds, bier sales, and dances associated with the lore
Getting a crowd to decide on where to eat for any occasion can be quite the feat. More often than not, each person will have a different suggestion on where to go. So, we humbly throw our lederhosen into the ring for a place that can feed a whole group with different tastes and diets.
The star of Hofbräuhaus is the Bier, and we’re okay with that. However, to be sure that our Bier is always at its best, we have our own Head Brewer, or who we affectionately call “the Brew Master.” This occupation has been taken from the hallowed grounds of Munich, which happens to be the first