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Head to the Cotswolds to enjoy a weekend of German-inspired food, drink, and family fun, when popular Tetbury pub, The Royal Oak, opens its doors for Oaktoberfest 2018.
Taking place across Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 October 2018, the packed weekend programme promises fun for all ages, with live entertainment, delicious food, and plenty of steins of chilled beer.
For more information, visit theroyaloaktetbury.co.uk directly.
With special German beers from the original Oktoberfest breweries, local ale lovers can keep their steins filled will German tipples. The Royal Oak also boasts an impressive choice of regional and guest ales which are sure to go down a treat with festival-goers.
Visitors can look forward to live music and entertainment during the weekend event, providing a great atmosphere for the festivities.
Guests can enjoy the sounds of 30s and 40s swing, jazz, and vintage from The Honeymoon Trio; while Miss Stephanie Ware will be delighting audiences as she returns for another year as alter-ego Eva Von Schnippish.
Visitors can feast on authentic German delights, perfect for lining the stomach during the weekend, with a range of tasty treats providing the perfect opportunity to tuck right in.
Expect a host of tasty treats including traditional bratwurst and delicious pretzels, which can all be washed down with a stein of the cold stuff!
For more information visit theroyaloaktetbury.co.uk directly.
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