• Hatch to host its first Oktoberfest with a weekend of beer, bangers and oompah-pah

Hatch to host its first Oktoberfest with a weekend of beer, bangers and oompah-pah

4 October 2021

Grab your lederhosen and get ready to celebrate Oompah-style because Hatch are inviting Mancunian food and drink fans to their first urban Oktoberfest on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th October. 

The award-winning Oxford Road destination will be transformed into an Oktoberfest-inspired ‘bier hall’ for the weekend with long tables, bunting, music, sausages, keg cracking and of course plenty of German Beer. 

Madame Von Spowitch will preside over all-day entertainment for an unforgettable Oktoberfest experience. Live Bavarian music will come courtesy of Brasswurst who’ll be mixing classic German drinking songs alongside modern pop tunes given an oompah twist. 

There’ll be specially enlisted visitors roaming around Hatch across the weekend too dressed in lederhosen and keeping Oktoberfest revellers entertained. Feel free to get into the spirit by turning up in your own fancy dress if you like. 

Hatch will be serving up a range of Bavarian beers especially for the weekend including the full range from Bavarian craft specialists ABK including their Hell, Edel, Dunkel, Festbier, Radler beers and more. 
As the sun goes down DJs will take over, playing big anthemic numbers suitable for toasting tankards and Bavarian dancing with a Mancunian swagger. 

Hunkered down under the city’s iconic Mancunian Way flyover, Hatch is home to some of the most exciting and creative independent businesses in the city. A variety of street food will be available from all the Hatch traders, and those wanting traditional Bavarian fodder will be able to grab a German inspired CurryWurst from Hatch favourites Grandad’s Sausages.

Oktoberfest at Hatch will start at 12pm until late.
It’s free entry but booking is advisable. You can book your table here

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(Image credit - Jody Hartley)