Oktoberfest comes to Israel with Paulaner’s official celebratory beer

The world’s largest beer festival is coming to Israel once again with Paulaner’s official Oktoberfest beer. The festival will take place in Tel Aviv between September 13-15 at Beer Garden in Sarona and in Hod HaSharon between October 8-10 at Paulaner’s new Beer Garden at Sharonim Mall.
Paulaner's Oktoberfest in Munich Photo Credit: Oktoberfest PR

The world’s largest beer festival comes to Israel once again with the Paulaner Oktoberfest Bier Festival. The celebrations will take place in Tel Aviv between September 13-15 at Beer Garden in Sarona and in Hod HaSharon between October 8-10 at Paulaner’s new Beer Garden in Sharonim Mall.

The festival will include live performances, rides, and stands selling traditional Paulaner Oktoberfest sausage and beer made especially for the festival period. Paulaner’s original Oktoberfest beer is a 6% light lager made of high-quality Bavarian barley and is easy to drink. The lager goes through an extremely lengthy cooking process lasting several months, from March to August.

Simultaneously taking place with the Oktoberfest celebrations, which are held in Munich, Paulaner is bringing to Israel a traditional Bavarian beer party with a celebration of flavors similar to the one in Munich.



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