Raise a Toast to Global Flavours at Bargain Booze’s Oktoberfest Event!

Hello, beer enthusiasts and Bargain Booze loyalists! It’s that time of year again, and we’re beyond excited to invite you to our exclusive Oktoberfest event. Get ready to embark on a beer adventure, exploring an array of beers and ales from around the world. Trust us, it’s going to be an Oktoberfest to remember!

A Brief History of Oktoberfest

Before we dive into the exciting details of our upcoming event, let’s take a quick stroll down history lane. Oktoberfest originated in Munich, Germany, in 1810 as a grand celebration for the wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese. Over the years, what started as a royal festivity transformed into an annual public event, drawing millions from around the world. Celebrated with much gusto and gallons of beer, it’s an event that unifies people under the banner of good times and great beer!

Now, let’s get back to how we’re painting our stores with the hues of this German tradition.


Highlighted Deals on International Beers

We’re putting the ‘bargain’ in Bargain Booze with some fabulous discounts on international beer varieties:

Pilsner Urquell

Discover the original pilsner straight from the Czech Republic.


Dive into the flavours of Belgium with this spiced wheat beer.

Leffe Blonde

  A classic Belgian Blonde Ale that’s as rich as it is aromatic.


This British ale packs a punch with its ruby hues and robust flavours.

Budweiser Budvar

Not to be confused with American Budweiser, this Czech lager is the real deal.


Another Czech marvel, this lager is an ideal balance of malty and hoppy.

Camden Hells Lager & Camden Pale Ale

Explore London’s take on German lagers and American pale ales.


The Right Glass for the Right Beer

Pairing your beer with the appropriate glassware is like matching a fine wine with a gourmet meal; it elevates the experience. Here’s your glassware guide:

  • IPA: Tulip glasses focus the hop aroma and maintain a frothy head.
  • Stout: Use an imperial pint or snifter to enhance those roasted aromas.
  • Pilsners: A tall and slender pilsner glass is the way to go.
  • Belgian Ales: A goblet or chalice will broaden your tasting experience.
  • Lager: A classic lager glass or even a pint glass works well. The simple, straight-sided shape showcases the beer’s clarity.



Don your lederhosen or dirndls and come join us in a celebration that respects the global diversity of beer. We’re ready to pour, are you ready to explore?

See you at Bargain Booze’s unforgettable Oktoberfest event. Prost!

For some inspiration on how to make some Oktoberfest cocktails check out our Booze Bar.