Since 1963, this Oktoberfest tent has been managed by the Heide family for seven generations, and it is named after the daughter of the brewery owner, Herr Pschorr. On the logo above the entrance to the tent is a painting of the daughter Rosl on her horse with a beer in her hand.
Good entertainment can best describe this Oktoberfest tent. A yodeler sings traditional Bavarian songs and answers to the name of “Braeurosl” in honor of Rosl. There is also a brass band that provides musical entertainment as well as sounds of Ludwig Thoma-Musicians that plays when “Braeurosl” goes on break. Sudtiroler Spitzbuam musicians perform during lunchtime and 6-7 pm. A number of 6,000 people can sit inside the tent, while 2,200 people can sit outdoors.
Hacker-Pschorr is the brewery for Bräurosl. This beer has 100% natural ingredients of what marks the original Oktoberfest beer ingredients. Crystal clear tawny copper in color, its taste is that of a malty, bittersweet, and hoppy taste that goes well with the Bavarian food offered. Having an above average review from Oktoberfest beer drinkers, noting how drinkable and how satisfied they are with the taste of this beer, it is well worth trying out.
Hacker-Pschorr BrÃ¤u GmbH
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