German Club Manila’s 81st Oktoberfest is Happening at Solaire

Oktoberfest celebration is right around the corner and it's happening at Solaire with German Club Manila. On October 17 to 19 at The Tent in Solaire there will be overflowing Weihenstephan beer, variety of homemade sausages & so much more!
During the press conference, guests, partners & members of the media were given a preview of the upcoming year’s Oktoberfest and what the public should look out for. The place decked in true Oktoberfest fashion, and I'm pretty sure this year, Solaire will transform The Tent into a perfect celebration with the right look and feel like the Oktoberfest celebrations in Munich, Germany. 
We started with their appetizers like the oven-fresh German breads and pretzels, Munich style sausage salad and German potato salad, and a German cold cuts and cheese platter were shared on our table.
Michael Scheile - German Club
Just like in previous years, the master of ceremonies continues to be German Club’s Michael Scheile with Eiffelene Salvador as co-emcee, who introduced the hosts for the 81st Oktoberfest. Solaire’s Vice President of Food & Beverage Knut Becker expressed his delight in this renewed partnership, “This year’s 81st Oktoberfest will continue to be authentic and put the spotlight on the best of German culture. Following a very successful Oktoberfest celebration last year, we are thrilled to be hosting once again German Club Manila’s Oktoberfest celebrations and look forward to continuing this partnership.” 

Officially opening the event, Solaire VP of Food & Beverage Knut Becker, German Club Manila President Tobias Rast, and Solaire VP for Culinary Michael Dinges were invited up the stage for the ceremonial toast followed by the lively music that signals the beginning of the increasingly speedy tempo of the Fliegerlied, an Oktoberfest classic that brings the crowd on their feet and to the dance floor.
Lederhosen clad gents and dirndl wearing ladies emerged with Bavarian delicacies. A variety of sausages like the Weisswurst, and an assortment of meats such as pork schnitzel, Swabian red bratwurst, Kaesekrainer and veal sausages, were presented in mouthwatering platters and samplers. Classic desserts like the apple and walnut strudel with vanilla sauce and ice cream, and Kaiserschmarn, a dish made of shredded rum raisin pancakes with berry compote and vanilla sauce were the perfect balancer after a hearty dose of German goodness. 
To show the kind of fun to be expected on the 81st Oktoberfest, guests were invited to a beer drinking game and a food relay to test the competitiveness of each player. The gentlemen were given two 500mL steins filled with beer that they must race to finish in record breaking time. 
Groups got a kick out of the food relay game as each team raced to finish more pretzels and sausages following a heavy serving of German fare. For those who weren’t able to participate, an exciting raffle draw await offering the chance to win coveted prizes.

Check out the food
Variety of home made sausages 
Apple and walnut strudel with vanilla sauce and ice cream, and “Kaiserschmarrn”,
shredded rum raising pancakes with berry compote and vanilla sauc
An assortment of German cold cuts and various types of cheeses
The 81st Oktoberfest will be a surefire hit with its knockout roster of the most authentic German dishes, and astonishing program filled with exciting entertainment. Buy your tickets for this year’s much awaited and most authentic Oktoberfest celebration in Manila. For more information and ticket reservations, you may call the German Club at 894 2899 or 818 4236 or book online at

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