Are you eagerly hunting for an occasion to celebrate and spread the cheer? Well, Goa is pulling off an Oktoberfest of its own. For those of you who aren’t aware, Oktoberfest is part of the Bavarian culture. It is the world’s largest Volksfest in Munich, Germany. What first began as a wedding celebration, has become one of the most awaited festivals in the world. Since you can’t go to Germany, Goa brings the beer to you. This gives the people an opportunity of experiencing the Bavarian Oktoberfest in Goa itself.
Though the state of Goa may be small, don’t let the size fool you. Oktoberfest in Goa has a lot in store for you. If you aren’t planning a trip to Goa soon, we suggest you do. You can also book with us for the best stay packages in Goa.
Fun Fact about the festival
Did you know that in the beginning, Oktoberfest was a non-alcoholic event? Ironic much, but true! The largest beer festival in the world did not serve beer.
Oktoberfest was essentially the wedding celebration of Bavarian Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese. From then on, the festival has grown with horse races, games, rides, music, and eventually beer.
Highlights of Oktoberfest in Germany
Oktoberfest is declared opened when Lord Mayor opens the first beer barrel in the Schottenhammel tent saying, “O’zapft is!” (“It’s tapped!”).
The registered breweries producing Oktoberfest beers are Augustiner-Bräu, Hacker-Pschorr-Bräu, Löwenbräu, Paulaner, Spatenbräu, Staatliches Hofbräu-München.
The costume and riflemen parade is one of the world’s largest parades of its kind.
Oktoberfest Goa, we came here for the beer!
Oktoberfest is all about the beer. This fest has almost become synonymous to Beer Fest. You may think you know what to expect for Oktoberfest but it is more than Beer, beer, more beer and delicious food.
This festival is all about bringing together people and having a good time. It is lively, colorful and an entertaining celebration with barrels of booze, beer games, and brunch.
Keep alive the Oktoberfest tradition and German brewing culture, join us in Goa to celebrate Oktoberfest.