Oktoberfest has a long and special tradition: It is specially produced for Oktoberfest by six Munich breweries and only this is allowed to supply host Theresienwiese. It is also a tradition that the brewers present their work every year at the Oktoberfest beer tasting.
This custom will continue this year, although the 2021 Oktoberfest, unfortunately, cannot take place. You can also get more information about taste of oktoberfest 2021 via www.oktoberfest.ca/event-calendar/culinary-video-series-event/.
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On September 16, Munich pubs, breweries, Oktoberfest fans, and city politicians were granted the right to try beer for the first time.
There are clear guidelines for Oktoberfest, but with experience and knowledge, brewers manage to give their beers an unmistakable hop and malt taste. As a connoisseur, seasoned sommelier and former beer queen Marlene Speck sampled Oktoberfest beers with a critical audience and felt a clear difference.
The competition for the best Oktoberfest beer is tough, but it's done honestly and not too seriously. People knew and appreciated each other, and in the end, the six breweries brought together the world-famous Oktoberfest.
Brewers take turns presenting their product excellence, emblazoned with a hearty catchphrase or two, and guests enjoying beers moderated by Marlene Speck.
Oktoberfest is a 16-day festival that takes place in Munich in late September and early October every year and is an important part of Bavarian culture. It is one of the most famous events in the city and the largest trade fair in the world, which is visited by about six million people every year.