Yoohoooo~~~ Oktoberfest is back in Malaysia again! Well, I should be saying, every October there will be Oktoberfest! October is my favourite month because I'm an October baby! Ok la, I am just hinting you all to gift me a present AHAHAHAHAH, just joking by the way.
My bunch of friends have been asking me out for Oktoberfest so the conclusion is: Oktoberfest is way too awesome!

Oktoberfest Period: 21st September 2013 to 06th October 2013.

Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB) is the leading beer and stout company in Malaysia. GAB will be celebrating the iconic German Oktoberfest with an exciting consumer promotion that provides beer drinkers with a special limited edition 1litre of Ceramic Oktoberfest Mug when they enjoy GAB’s iconic brews~

Throughout the month of October, drinkers can celebrate Oktoberfest with a series of themed parties across the country. Drinkers can also be expecting good food from around the world, contests, promotions and fun activities. GAB’s selection of award winning beers including Tiger, Guinness, Heineken and the official Paulaner Oktoberfest Bier, brewed exclusively for the Oktoberfest season.

So drinking buddies, do not miss out this opportunity to enjoy fun events and exciting promotions at Oktoberfest Malaysia:

Things you should know about Oktoberfest:
  1. Oktoberfest originally started as wedding celebration in 1810 to commemorate the union between Crown Prince Ludwig (who later became King Ludwig I) and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausem at Theresienwiese. Laer on, Oktoberfest is referred by Germans as ‘die Wiesn” or “the field”
  2. Oktoberfest celebrations have been done in different elements and activities, such as horse races, street parades (in traditional costumes), live music, dancing and the appreciation of authentic Munich-brewed beer. During Oktoberfest 2013, you will get to meet the Oompah Girls.
  3. Currently, Oktoberfest is a truly global celebration with almost 7 million visitors consuming over 7 million litres of beer and more than half a million chickens throughout the celebration (based on 2011 figures).

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