Pschorr Braeurosl

At the Munich Oktoberfest, tradition governs supreme at the Pschorr-Bräurosl beer tent, named after the beloved Rosi Pschorr, daughter of the former brewery owner. Renowned for her beauty, Rosi’s popularity led to the tent bearing her name. Since 1901, the Bräurosl festival tent has been a staple at Oktoberfest, now undergoing a complete redesign under new landlord Peter Reichert, hailing from Ebersberg. Reichert, previously managing Hotel Seehof and the Oidn Wiesn marquee, brings fresh energy. While tradition remains key, expect modern updates, including communal singing replacing Rosi’s legendary yodeling. 

Essential Guidelines for Visitors 

  • Host(s): Peter Reichert
  • Address:Wirtsbudenstr.
  • Operating Hours: 10:00 AM- 11:30 PM (Weekdays), 9:00 AM -11:30 PM (Weekends)                            
  • Reservation: Book the tent online through the official website 
  • Capacity: 10,010 (8,250 indoor and outdoor, 560 outdoor loggia, 1,200 in beer garden)
  • Beer: Hacker-Pschorr  beer
  • Music: Festkapelle Josef Menzl and Erwin und die Heckflossen
  • Specialty: The tent’s motto is accessibility for all abilities & a real Bräurosl
  • Dress Code: No official dress code, but wearing a traditional tracht(dirndl for women and lederhosen for men) is appreciated. 
  • Family Hours: Boasts family environment, especially during the evening and weekdays.
  • Payment Method: Cash and atm are acceptable. But it is advisable to carry cash along.
  • Accessibility: Public transportation(tramp, U-Bahn, S-Bahn),ridesharing, taxi

Pschorr Braeurosl Tent Capacity

The Pschorr Bräurosl tent at Oktoberfest offers a generously spacious layout capable of accommodating up to 10,010 guests indoors. This includes seating arrangements in a covered outdoor, 560 in loggia, and 1200 guests in a charming beer garden setting. Its expansive design prioritizes guests’ comfort and enjoyment. 

The Traditional Delicacies to Relish 

Bavarian cuisine with a variety of delicacies is available in the Pschorr Braeurosl. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, guests enjoy a specially curated lunch menu featuring distinctive dishes. For instance, Mondays may feature beef tartare, while Thursdays present the savory delight of “Kalbsfiaß bacha” – roasted calf’s feet. Guests can also relish the “Krönfleisch kitchen” specialties during lunch, including white sausages, stock sausages, or overnight cooked ox roast. Tents sausage fryer remains busy throughout the day, providing guests with various options such as veal sweetbread sausage and Rostbratwürstl. 

For guests needing vegetarian or vegan diets, options like quinoa patties or spinach-cheese pretzel dumplings are available. Guests can complement their culinary experience with a premium Hacker-Pschorr beer the Bräurosl proudly serves. The tent aims to provide its guests with a delightful culinary experience.

Musical Specialty

During the daytime at the Bräurosl, guests are treated to lively performances by The Josef Menzl band. This band from Regensburg’s district, established in 1995, specializes in traditional Bavarian brass music. Over the years, they’ve polished their skills and entertained crowds at the Old Wiesn. As night falls, the party kicks into gear with the addition of Erwin und die Heckflossen, a show band also from Regensburg. With their energetic performances, this band has thrilled audiences on numerous Bavarian stages.

Sky High Maypole Tower

The Bräurosl charms its guests straightaway. At the main entrance, two towering 20-meter-high maypoles are unmistakable landmarks of the large Pschorr Braeurosl tent, easily spotted from a distance. During the Oktoberfest hosts’ parade, a young woman dons the attire of the “Bräurosl” and makes a grand entrance to the festival atop a horse.

Oktoberfest Tent Reservation

In light of the tent’s widespread popularity, securing reservations well ahead of time is strongly advisable, particularly for large groups. Reservations can typically be made through multiple channels, including phone, email, dedicated reservation platforms, and official websites, depending on the services offered by the tent. Making reservations early not only facilitates a smoother experience but also ensures your presence in the vibrant ambiance of the event.

Beer Tent Location

Situated in the vibrant atmosphere of the Oktoberfest venue in Munich, Germany, lies the renowned Pschorr Bräurosl tent. Its strategic location ensures convenient accessibility, near key public transportation hubs such as Theresienwiese, Goetheplatz, Poccistraße, and Schwanthalerhöhe. This prime positioning simplifies the access to the guests, facilitating seamless travel.

One of the tent’s known features is its commitment to inclusivity for all abilities. Ground-level access and disabled-accessible seating options are available. Individuals of all abilities can participate in the festivities of the tent without hindrance.