The story behind the ultimate German beer

The story behind the ultimate German beer

Hofbräuhaus is one of the oldest beer companies in the world. Established in the year 1589, its one of the worlds most known German beers. They are from Munich, Bavaria, the beer state of Germany and the world. In the Oktoberfest (the biggest town party – beer party of the world) Hofbräuhaus tent is the place to go visit if you ever go to Munich. Our reporter Bruno Wahrmann was in Germany, and he tells you everything you need to know in the following video.

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The minute you enter the place, is like being in another world. Men dressed in lederhosen (traditional Bavarian outfit) and women with dirndl’s (woman dress known for catching a lot of attention at Oktoberfest). Teenagers of 16 years old having massive beer jars, live musicians playing traditional Bavarian music and everybody sharing tables. Every day, no matter the hour, is full

Inside Hofbräuhaus

There is also a special locker for people to leave their personalized mugs inside the shop. If you want to buy one locker, you need to be approved by Hofbräuhaus. If you get accepted, you will enter a list up to 10 years of waiting for your spot. Only for VIP. Bayer Munich soccer players get to have their special corner for example.

Munich was the epicenter of Nazism and sadly this place was famous for a famous speech dictator Adolf Hitler gave in the year 1940.

Adolf Hitler speech in the Hofbräuhaus. Source: Alamy

Sabine Barthelmeß, press secretary for the company, gave us a tour and told us everything we needed to know about the place. She even invited us with special Bavarian traditional dishes like Sauerkraut (pickled cabbage), Weisswurst (white sausage) and Apfelstrudel (apple pie).

Traditional white sausage with pretzel

They even have a special tent in the Oktoberfest which is highly frequented by Americans who travel for the ultimate beer and party experience.

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

Digital Media Expert. Journalist. Former TV host. University of San Diego Alumni. 6′ 4″ but my mom still calls me 'tiny'+ info

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