7 places to celebrate Oktoberfest in London

Celebrating Oktoberfest in the capital? For lager-soaked, lederhosen-slapping, pretzel-noshing fun, head to one of these fantastic London venues. From breweries serving up overflowing steins of authentic German beer to ski-lodge-style venues for your big Bavarian bash, here’s where it’s at in October 2018:

1. Erdinger Oktoberfest London

If you're on the lookout for a truly Bavarian tent in London, Erdinger Oktoberfest is just what you need!

This space is all about the Oktoberfest spirit! They kicked it off with their first German fest last year and managed to attract more than 30,000 people. This authentic Oktoberfest beer tent is able to accommodate a stunning amount of up to 3000 lager lovers at once. Planning a smaller celebration? Erdinger Oktoberfest’s VIP area is what you’re looking for. Prost!

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2. Bodo’s Schloss

What better way to celebrate Oktoberfest than tucking into mountains of pretzels and deliciously gooey fondue, while dirndl-clad waitresses serve you huge mugs of foamy beer?

Lederhosen at the ready! For the ultimate Oktoberfest experience, get down to this Alpine-inspired venue in Kensington. Think sharing cocktails served in ski boots, warming chalet cuisine and a touch of post-ski slope debauchery. What better way to celebrate Oktoberfest than tucking into mountains of pretzels and deliciously gooey fondue, while dirndl-clad waitresses serve you huge mugs of foamy beer? And if you want to turn the kitsch factor up a notch or two, Bodo’s Schloss is happy to provide a couple of canine hosts to welcome your guests.

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3. German Gymnasium

If you've got a Germanic hankering for a foaming stein or hearty favourites, like tasty currywurst or a crunchy Vienna schnitzel, this King’s Cross venue can’t be beat.

After that famous Munich beer hall atmosphere? If you’ve got a Germanic hankering for a foaming stein or hearty favourites, like tasty currywurst and juicy pork knuckle, this King’s Cross venue can’t be beat. Gallons of bier and comforting Mittel-European dishes will see you foot-tapping and thigh-slapping in no time.

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4. Alpine Lodge at Dinerama

This bustling Shoreditch venue boasts log-burning fires, not-quite mountain views and toasty aprés-ski vibes.

Haven’t made it out to the slopes this year? Not to worry, save yourself a thousand quid and make your way to the Alpine Lodge at Dinerama. This bustling Shoreditch venue boasts log-burning fires, not-quite mountain views and toasty aprés-ski vibes. With room for up to 200, there’s no better place for the ultimate beer-fuelled bash this Oktoberfest.

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5. Dark Arch at the Brewhouse

If you want to avoid the flight to Munich this year, celebrating Oktoberfest at the Brewhouse in London Fields is a great option.

If you want to avoid the flight to Munich this year, celebrating Oktoberfest at the Brewhouse in London Fields is a great option. Think Bavarian beats, craft beers (don’t forget to bring your own stein!) and tables fashioned from kegs. An authentic taste of Germany from the comfort of an east London bar stool – what’s not to love?

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6. Hawker House

Dust off your dirndl and launder your lederhosen because this Oktoberfest, Hawker House will transform into a bustling indoor beer hall.

Planning a beer-soaked Bavarian bash? Dust off your dirndl and launder your lederhosen because this Oktoberfest, Hawker House will transform into a bustling indoor beer hall. If brilliant biers and fantastisch street food traders sound like your idea of good time, then check out this popular Canada Water venue.

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7. The Loft at 47/49 Tanner Street

Grassy tents not really your thing? The Loft at 47/49 Tanner Street is the perfect space for pils-chugging antics or even a German oompah band! And the really good news? This lovely venue is able to host a boozy Oktoberfest party for up to 225 – what better place to indulge a Teutonic sense of hedonism?

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