***** Just like our craft beer festival we will have brewery reps here with our jockey boxes pouring beers that we usually do not carry. ******
This event will still happen RAIN OR SHINE! If the rain does not lightn up we will move this event into the basement of the bar!
Check out the entire list of beers we will have here:
★Dunkel: This was the first type of beer to be brewed at Hofbräuhaus when it was founded back in 1589. This beer is still popular as ever being enjoyed all over the world.
★Oktoberfest: Brewed from pure water offering 6.3% ABV. Hofbräu imports the same beer, from the same batches that are made for its own tent at the Oktoberfest.
★Original Lager: The most popular beer by Hofbrau. Gold Medal Winner rated 91 overall.
★Hefe: Easy drinking hefe from the most famous brewery in Munich!
★Ceremonial Lager: A fine Bavarian lager poured from the traditional ceremonial keg
★Keller Lager: An unfiltered lager from HB!
★Hefe Weissbier: Brewed according to our centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill. Won world’s best dark beer in 2012.
★Kristall Weissbier: Brewed according to our centuries-old brewing tradition on the Weihenstephan hill. Won the gold medal at the Europe World Beer Awards in 2014 and 2015.
★Vitus: The 2016 World Beer Awards winner of Germany. Voted “World’s Best Beer” by Forbes magazine.
★Korbinian: 98 Points on Rate Beer makes this one of the baddest Bavarian Doppelbocks
★Pilsner: A Bavarian pils brewed at the oldest brewery in the world
★Original Lager: A refreshing helles lager from the premier Bavarian state brewery
★1516: An unfiltered lager brewed to commemorate the purity law of 1516
★Kolsch: From the recipe by Peter Josef Früh of the family brewery, this top-fermented specialty beer features the best ingredients and is brewed according to the German Purity Law.
★Progusta: One of the only German IPA and still follows the German purity law, made with citra hops and German hallertaue.
★Red: Made by the heroes that gave the world Delirium Tremens. This beer is 8% ABV. Deep red in color this sweet beer is sure not to disappoint.
★Tremens: The controversial Delirium Tremens and former “Best Beer in the World” award at the prestigious World Beer Championships
★Deliria: Belgian Strong Pale made by 30 of the best international women Brewers who brew this once per year at Delirium.
★Nocturnum: The dark brother to the pink elephant. A great Belgian brown ale!
★Hopefenkonig Pils: Brewed with the world-famous Saazer hops.
★Urbock 23: One of the finest bock beers in the world from the brewery that brings you Samichlaus, one of the strongest lagers in the world.
★Hefe-weizen: Only the finest ingredients are used in its production. Years of experience and constant quality checks guarantee the beer’s unmistakable flavor.
★Oktoberfest: Erdinger is brewed all-naturally, using traditional bottle-fermentation, never pasteurized.
★Schneeweisse Winterbier: A special treat for the winter season. In 1998, ERDINGER Weißbräu was the first brewery to introduce a winter wheat beer on the market.
★Dunkel: Dunkel Weiss makes this beer a very drinkable dark beer similar to a Dunkel Weizen. An easier body than the thickness of a quad or a dark Belgian strong ale.
★Grapefruit: Worlds first hefeweizen grapefruit beer. 50/50 blend of juice to hefeweizen. Very smooth beer with only 2.55 ABV.
★Grand Cru: The original sour, winning over 100 awards since its birth in 1821.
★Pilsner: One of the original German Pilsners, this beer was enjoyed by kings, and is still toasted by the German Chancellor today
★Pilsner: Like some of the best beers in the world, Veltins Pils is made with the best water in the world, from a local spring!
★Quadrupel: 99 POINTS on Rate Beer with 11% ABV, what else do you have to say?
★Triple: The last tripel brewed in the city of Bruges.
★Kolsch: The original kolsch brewed in 1318 from Koschol – Cologne Germany.
★Special Belge: From Belgiums largest independent brewery dated back to 1747 & Belgiums best selling amber.
★Framboise: Brewed at one of the finest Lambik breweries in Belgium! Funky and fruity!
★Maissels Weiss: This wheat beer sits in the company of some of the most prestigious wheat beers in Bavaria, very different from your average wheat beer.
★Triple: The 11% “Imperial” Tripel is super decadent and world famous.
★Cuvee Van De Keizer Blauw: Belgian Stong Dark Ale from an ancient recipe made by one the oldest Belgian breweries known to exist.
★Kolsch: Another great Kolsch with a slightly sweeter finish, this one goes down like tic-tacs.
★Marzen: From the brewery in Stuttgart that prides itself on using strictly local ingredients. A stellar Marzen.
★Octoberfest: One of only 6 beers served in the official Oktoberfest in Munich. It is also the first key annually tapped by the mayor to officially start Oktoberfest
★Hefeweizen: Brewed by Franciscan Monks, this Hefeweizen is very easy tasting
★Premium Verum-Pils: Rated “First Class” in Oko-Test magazine! Slightly tarte taste in a light, soft brewed pilsner.
★Marzen Oktoberfest – From one of the original 5 Octoberfest breweries in Munich Germany, this Marzen is exactly what you find under their Octoberfest tent
★Weissbier (German Rye); Diverse fruity flavors processed with a traditional bottle fermentation resulting in a bubbly and refreshing “Hefeweissbier.”
★25 Amazing Eurpean beers
★Meet and greet with German, Austrian & Belgium beer reps
★Free gifts from Germany
★Contests + Prizes
★15 different types of amazing European Style Sausages
★Swag give aways★
★Stein contest ★
★Dog Freindly (ask for treats or a water bowl)
★Kid Friendly ( playground available )
& MUCH MORE!
➳Online: $20 Ticket includes 10 tasting tickets, ability to purchase $1 tasting tickets & color changing souviner cup
➳At the Door: $30 ticket includes 15 tasting tickets, ability to purchase $1 tasting tickets & color changing souviner cup
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Beer is one of the world’s oldest prepared beverages, possibly dating back to the early Neolithic or 9500 BC, when cereal was first farmed. Beer was spread through Europe by Germanic and Celtic tribes as far back as 3000 BC, and it was mainly brewed on a domestic scale. The product that the early Europeans drank might not be recognised as beer by most people today. Alongside the basic starch source, the early European beers might contain fruits, honey, numerous types of plants, spices and other substances such as narcotic herbs. What they did not contain was hops, as that was a later addition, first mentioned in Europe around 822 by a Carolingian Abbot and again in 1067 by Abbess Hildegard of Bingen.
In 1516, William IV, Duke of Bavaria, adopted the Reinheitsgebot (purity law), perhaps the oldest food-quality regulation still in use in the 21st century, according to which the only allowed ingredients of beer are water, hops and barley-malt. Beer produced before the Industrial Revolution continued to be made and sold on a domestic scale, although by the 7th century AD, beer was also being produced and sold by European monasteries.
Beer would not be as delicious and as great as it is if it wasnt for its European influence! In fact the oldest still-operating brewery in the world (1040) is a brewery called Bayerische Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan (Bavarian State Brewery Weihenstephan, i.e. it is owned by the State of Bavaria) and is proudly served here at Tysons Biergarten. Join us on Saturday October 1st as we showcase 25 top shelf beers from Germany, Belgium and Austria! Come meet representatives from each brewery, learn about the breweries, beers and take home some awesome gifts. Like always, our festivals will be filled with games, live music, contests and loads of prizes.