Brauhaus Schmitz Celebrating Karneval: Giving Away a Trip to Oktoberfest

Big in Munich at Philly Cooks | Featuring Jeremy Nolen and Ben Puchawitz

Big in Munich at Philly Cooks | Featuring Jeremy Nolen and Ben Puchawitz

Brauhaus Schmitz is celebrating Karneval over the next week. The festivities run from tomorrow, February 27th through Tuesday, March 4th.

Each night Brauhaus will pick three semifinalists to qualify for a trip to Oktoberfest 2014 in Munich, Germany. The final drawing will be on Tuesday, March 4th at 10 p.m.


But that's far from the only excitement.

On Thursday February 27, the Altweiberfastnacht Party (traditional ladies night in Germany) women will enjoy half price Kölsch beer.

On Friday, February 28th, Brauhaus is hosting a blowout party. A $50 ticket to they party will include multiple chances to win the trip to Oktoberfest in Munich, a large selection of appetizers and traditional Kölsch beer. There will also be a costume contest, and the best dressed will win a $50 restaurant gift card. For Costume ideas, check out Brauhaus Schmitz's Facebook Page.

On Tuesday, March 4th the Oktoberfest trip winner will be announced at 10 p.m. The Ron Nolen Experience (chef Jeremy Nolen's dad's band) will be performing at 8 p.m. and hospitality industry band, Big in Munich will be on stage at 10. Complimentary appetizers will be available all night. There will also be Kölsch specials all night.

Details for the Oktoberfest Trip Grand Prize

  • Round trip airfare for two sponsored by Lufthansa
  • 6 Night Hotel Accommodation
  • 1 night reservation at the Hofbräu tent
  • Train transportation to Salzburg
  • Guided tour of the Steigl brewery in Salzburg
  • Gift Card for Lederhosen or Dirndl purchase
  • VIP at Brauhaus Schmitz Maifest or Oktoberfest

Karneval German Style [Facebook]
Brauhaus Schmitz [Foobooz]

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