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Set to celebrate the 4th Oktoberfest, Paulaner continues last year’s sell-out event by bring more entertaining microbrewery, and more barrels for sure!

Being the Indonesia’s only genuine German microbrewery, Paulaner Bräuhaus, will celebrate its fourth Oktoberfest this year. The festival will run from 4 to 7 October and is set to be the biggest so far for the brewery and the only truly authentic Oktoberfest in the city.

The festivities will be celebrated in the “Anstich” tradition, in which the first litre of specially brewed Oktoberfest Bier will be tapped by the world’s only Indonesian brewmaster, Arie Susanto. Get ready to give applause as the ingredients for this special brew are all imported from Munich and brewed on-site at Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta’s microbrewery.

As in previous years, and back by popular demand of guests and beer enthusiasts, this uber-fest even has more of an authentic Bavarian touch. Folk band Edelweiss Power will be flown in from Germany to entertain partygoers with games, competitions and traditional music, as well as well-known party favourites.

Photo Courtesy of Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jakarta

As an annual event now, this year’s Oktoberfest carries on where last year left off. They also will have their waiters and waitresses wearing traditional lederhosen and dirndl dresses, barrel after barrel of beer, delicious wurst and pork knuckle, and singing and dancing until the early hours. The party will rock on for 4 nights in a row, challenging even the most hedonistic of happiness-seekers to keep pace.

This year prices for the Wednesday and Thursday nights is IDR 750,000+++, which includes food, free-flow Paulaner beer, entertainment, an Oktoberfest Jakarta mug and a guaranteed seat at a table. Table placement will be on a first-come-first-served basis. Meanwhile, on the Friday and Saturday nights, the price will be IDR 825,000+++, to include all of the above, plus the free-flow of Oktoberfest Bier!

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