Celebrating Oktoberfest, like winning the lotto and undergoing surgery, goes better with a cold beer. Make every hour happy hour with this Groupon.
$59 for an Oktoberfest event for two (a $90 total value)
- One single-day general admission ticket for each person
- All-you-can-eat beer pretzels, sausages, and Bavarian smoked pork loin
- Four half-liter beers for each person
- One raffle ticket for a drawing to attend the 2014 Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany for each person
Choose from one of three dates:
- Friday, September 27 from 5 p.m. to midnight
- Saturday, September 28 from 5 p.m. to midnight
- Sunday, September 29 from noon to 8 p.m.
The event takes place at Kings Biergarten & Restaurant. A ceremonial keg tapping kicks off at 7 p.m. on Friday, and the raffle will occur at 7 p.m. on Sunday. The raffle winner will receive an all-inclusive trip for two to Oktoberfest 2014 in Munich, Germany, which includes airfare, hotel, Hofbrau Tent, and a tour from a friendly guide.
King's Biergarten Oktoberfest
Though King's Biergarten describes itself as the place "where it's Oktoberfest all year round," once a year the brew haven really goes all out recreating the traditional German beer and food festival. The restaurant transforms its parking lot into a colorful 400-person bier tent decked out with bells, ribbons, and servers dressed in lederhosen who shoulder drinks throughout the rows of beer hall-style benches and tables. Aside from sipping golden suds, crowds can also help themselves to an all-you-can-eat spread of sausage, beer pretzels, and Bavarian smoked pork loin. Bands will play live sets throughout the fest as attendees try their hand at climbing Jacobs ladders or nailing the target at the dunking booth. VIP ticket-holders will be able to camp out inside the restaurant, where they can take advantage of three-hour table reservations.
The three-day event will kick off on Friday, September 27, when local politicians including Pearland Mayor Tom Reed and Senator Larry Taylor will lead the ceremonial keg tapping. From there on out, the German brews will flow for the remainder of the weekend, with attendees trading in beer tickets for half-liters of Hofbrau Dunkel, Stiegl Lager, Franziskaner Hefeweizen, and Spaten Oktoberfest.