Löwenbräu-Festhalle or “lion’s brew” is named due to their landmark of a 15 foot lion situated above the doorway and roaring and drinking beer. The lion’s gigantic roar can be heard all over the Oktoberfest grounds, an attraction to lots of visitors. This Oktoberfest tent is the second largest tent in the Weisn festival. It has a wooden arch ceiling and pillars with glamorous 16,500 light bulbs and colorful chandeliers.
A favorite meeting place, you will mostly recognize fans and spot members of TSV 1860 München, one of Munich’s local soccer teams, in which TSV is nicknamed “The Lion” noting the association with this Oktoberfest tent. You do not need a reservation to enter Löwenbräu-Festhalle tent.
A good recommendation for the food here is Schweinshax’n mit Kartoffelknoedel (Pork hocks and potato dumplings) together with your favorite Loewenbraeu beer. On weekends however, you have to wait for your turn to enter, but it’s worth the wait. Music is Bert Hansmaier’s Heldensteiner, more on the traditional side. Seating capacity is 5,700 for people inside and 2,800 for outside.
Löwenbräu Beer is the beer served at this Oktoberfest tent. The beer that they brew is “Wiesenbier” or meadow beer. This has been served at every Oktoberfest festival since 1810. According to reviews Löwenbräu Oktoberfest, has a nice crisp taste, delicately bitter, and a fresh hoppy taste with no aftertaste. A favorite beer drink for Oktoberfest beer drinkers, it is considered one of the top beers around the world.
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