It’s safe to say, Oktoberfest 2020 won’t be like the usual Oktoberfest’s (cheers COVID) but there’s still a couple of places in Sheffield getting involved in the celebrations, just remember to social distance.
Oktoberfest takes place from 19th September till 4th October.
Hope you’ve been working out, Oktoberfest celebrates Germany’s tasty food as well as beers. Your biceps will be put to use, those steins are heavy.
Cutlery Works in Kelham Island are kicking things off a day early with events from Friday 18th September.
The food hall are covering all bases when it comes to Oktoberfest whilst maintaining social distancing measures (don’t forget about the rule of 6). To ensure there’s a festival atmosphere they’ve got a Grumpah band who’ll be performing on the 19th & 26th September as well as the 3rd October, with three sets on each date. 7pm, 8:15pm & 9:15pm.
To go with the tunes there’s Bavarian food classics from Rad Dude, we’re talking bratwursts, pretzels and more. Obviously there’s no Oktoberfest without beer and the guys at Boozehound have got some of Germany’s finest (traditional style Paulaner Weissbier or Hacker Kellerbier, an unfiltered lager) and top it off, all beers will be available in a stein. The other Cutlery Works bars will have an Oktoberfest house lager available too.
Book a table here.
Over on Abbeydale Road Two Thirds will be get in full swing from the 25th September with 12 exclusive Oktoberfest beers on tap, official steins, live DJs and authentic German food to soak up the booze.
Book a table here.
Check out our Sheffield pub guide to find the best places to grab a pint in the Steel City.
Don’t forget to download the City Taxis app here to ensure you get home safely after a few beers.
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