Local German Bierhaus Celebrates Oktoberfest beginning September 27

Bier specials and more at Bavarian Bierhaus during Oktoberfest celebrations.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. –  Bavarian Bierhaus, the locally-owned German restaurant and beer hall, is kicking celebrations into high gear with Oktoberfest festivities Sept. 27 – Oct. 25. The month-long celebration will offer food and drink specials, weekly German brewery features, daily festive music, and Oktoberfest games and contests. Each Friday at 8 p.m., a new beer will be celebrated with a keg tapping and free beer served until the keg runs dry.

“Oktoberfest is a beloved tradition of the Bavarian culture with international acclaim as the world’s largest festival,” said Bob Krumm, co-founder of Bavarian Bierhaus. “I was stationed in Germany for six years, and a good deal of that time was spent in Bavaria where I fell in love with the culture and of course this festive annual tradition. I’m looking forward to bringing that experience to my hometown of Nashville again this year with the celebrations at the Bavarian Bierhaus Oktoberfest.”

The Oktoberfest festivities will kick off at Bavarian Bierhaus on Friday, Sept. 27. The first keg tapping and featured beer is from Urban Chestnut, the only American brewery with a sister brewery in Bavaria, where they brew the same beer using the same ingredients. Through Oct. 4, Urban Chestnut’s Oktoberfest Lager will be on special with liters for just $10.

The month-long celebration continues with festival music and delicious food specials, including an authentic wiener schnitzel served during the Oktoberfest season. Each week features a different German brewery including Pfungstädter, Paulaner, Spaten, and Hofbräu.

Stay up-to-date on the latest Oktoberfest specials and connect with Bavarian Bierhaus on Facebook and Instagram.


Bavarian Bierhaus is a piece of Munich in Music City where it’s Oktoberfest every day. The 650-seat, 15-000square-foot restaurant and beer hall celebrate all things Bavaria through its food, entertainment, dress and of course, bier. The restaurant offers 12 taps from German breweries, as well as a stein club program for loyal guests and beer enthusiasts to receive perks including discounts and their own stein locker at the beer hall. The menu is created by Chef Dennis Stukel, who boasts experience at a Michelin-star restaurant in Germany, and features homestyle German favorites prepared fresh in-house such as a giant pretzel with sweet mustard, potato pancakes, Reuben rolls, beer cheese soup, chicken schnitzel, a wurst plate, and Oktoberfest chicken. From look to taste to sound, the experience remains authentic with live entertainment including German music and polka bands. In addition to the more than 30 German beer hall tables in the main beer hall, guests can enjoy a 120-seat outdoor patio and a private events space for more than 100 that is free of charge for groups to reserve. Bavarian Bierhaus is located at 121 Opry Mills Drive, Suite 315 (including an interior and exterior entrance from Opry Mills) and is open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information or to view the menu and live entertainment calendar, visit www.bierhausnashville.com, and connect with Bavarian Bierhaus on Facebook and Instagram.


Juliann Grill
The Andrews Agency