Brighton Beer is celebrating Oktoberfest at venues over the next few weeks

PEOPLE in Brighton will have the opportunity to enjoy Oktoberfest in the city over the next few weeks.

The Brighton Beer Brewery will be celebrating the popular event from 17th September to 2nd October in their Bell Tower Industrial Estate taproom and Brighton Beerhouse pub in the city centre.

The taproom is showcasing three new German beers from new head brewer Jaye Arbuckle, brewed specifically for Oktoberfest 2022.

These include Patchwork Lederhosen (German Pale Ale), She’s An Easy Peeler (Nadorcott Sour) and Spürïöüs Ümlaüts (Helles Bock Strong Lager).

The Argus: Brighton Alerhouse. Photo: Brighton BeerBrighton Beer House. Photo: Brighton Beer

Jaye said: “German and Belgian beers are a big part of the history and inspiration of Brighton beer and my own journey in this industry.

“Having the opportunity to make three Oktoberfest beers as one of my first projects as a new Brighton Bier brewer has been brilliant and I can’t wait to get on my knees and see what everyone thinks. Lederhosen desired but not required.”

Eight draft beers from Brighton Bier are also available for tasting, as well as a range of German guest beers for Oktoberfest, along with wine, cider, lemonade, gluten-free and non-alcoholic options.

The Argus: Brighton Alerhouse. Photo: Brighton BeerBrighton Beer House. Photo: Brighton Beer

The brewery is open Thursday through Friday from 5 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday from 1 p.m.

Just up the road from the Pavilion on Edward Street, Brighton Bierhaus also celebrates Oktoberfest with “the largest selection of German beers in town”.

The Argus: Jed Hughes, Brighton Alerhouse. Photo: Brighton BeerJed Hughes, Brighton Alerhouse. Photo: Brighton Beer

Manager Ben Menzies said: “With six special Oktoberfest beers pouring through the festival and over ten German beers at the bar, plus a further 20 in the fridges, there’s no better place than the Bierhaus in Brighton to sample the best of German tasting beers from around the world.”

The beer house is giving away free Oktoberfest hats with every Krug ordered and on Saturday 17th September and Saturday 1st October will be one of the few bars in the UK to tap kegs of the special Paulaner Oktoberfest Unfiltered Marzen directly at the counter Beer traditionally served at the festival in Munich.

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