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Clarke Quay Presents: Oktoberfest 2014

Press Release   •   Sep 17, 2014 09:59 +08

Strap on your lederhosen# and dust off your stein as Clarke Quay brings you its 5th annual Oktoberfest Celebration! Every year underneath the colourful canopy and German flag liners, hundreds of people drink beer, eat bratwurst, and dance the chicken dance throughout the night at Clarke Quay. 

Celebrating in the true tradition of Munich's famed festival, join us on 10th and 11th October at the Central Fountain Square for a weekend of fun, food, endless flow of Erdinger beer and merry making for everyone!

Indulge in German culinary delights at the many German-themed Food & Erdinger Beer Kiosks specially brought to you by participating Clarke Quay outlets offering an endless list of mouth-watering delicacies such as Crispy Pork Knuckles, Bratwust and Mash, Pretzel, German Gourmet Sausages, Erdinger Dunkel Braised Pork Belly Mini Burger, Bavarian Meatloaf and more! Thereafter, quench your thirst and toast to the festivities with endless flow of refreshing Erdinger beers. (Kiosk menu)

Tune in as we kick off the festival with the lively sound of German “Oom-pah” accompanied by dancing waitresses dressed in ‘Dirndl’# (traditional Bavarian costumes). Hosted by entertainment artiste Max Loong, party to live performances by local band In Control with their powerful rendition of rock and roll mixed with Top 40s. Capture the festivities with free instant photo shots with our lovely Deandl (girl) in their finest Bavarian livery or participate in adrenaline pumping stage games to win fabulous prizes. If this is not enough, patrons can also challenge themselves at our carnival game booths such as Hoop A Beer and Beer Caps Tossing to win Clarke Quay F&B vouchers and Erdinger premiums.  In addition with a minimum spend of $50 at any Clarke Quay outlets during the 2 days, you can decorate and bring home your very own Oktoberfest festive cookie (Lebkuchenherz#). (Event details)

The celebrations do not end as there are Oktoberfest F&B promotions for the whole month of October at Pint & Curries and Mad for Garlic. At Pint and Curries, enjoy Chicken Tikka and half pint draft beer at $15 or Chicken Briyani and full pint draft beer for only $19. Receive a free Ham & Sausage Pizza at Mad for Garlic with any main course ordered!  (Outlets promotions)

So head on down to Clarke Quay in a sexy dirndl* or lederhosen* and enjoy the food, music, beer and merry making on 10th and 11th October as Clarke Quay Presents Oktoberfest 2014!  Prost!

For more information of the events, please visit our website at www.clarkequay.com.sg/oktoberfest

# Dirndl      Traditional Bavarian dress

# Lebkuchenherz  Oktoberfest Cookies

# Lederhosen   Traditional Bavarian men's clothing


About Clarke Quay 

Located along the iconic Singapore River, Clarke Quay sits on a historical commercial site dating back to the 19th Century. Today, Clarke Quay has been boldly restored and refurbished into five beautiful waterfront godowns under a climate controlled canopy lit by coloured lighting, creating a modern and cosmopolitan ambience amidst the tradition and history. On its premises is an amazing array of over 60 distinctive F&B, entertainment, retail and lifestyle outlets. Find the city’s trendiest nightspots and cuisine from across the globe, all at Clarke Quay- the Soul of the City. Visitwww.clarkequay.com.sg for the latest F&B and Entertainment Promotions.

About Erdinger (Official Beer)

Originating from Erding in Bavaria, the name Erdinger has stood for genuine and uncompromising enjoyment for over 120 years.  Brewed in high-tech facilities with only the best natural ingredients, every bottle of the world’s most popular wheat beer is brewed and filled at the original brewery in Erding under strict quality controls, before being sent to over 70 nations worldwide.  Erdinger is bottle-fermented, like champagne, where the beer completes its maturing process in the bottle instead of in the fermentation tank. Bottle-fermentation gives Erdinger its distinct fresh malty taste.


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