Pschorr Bräurosl Beer Hall


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Yodelling, delicacies and gay Sunday

Let's go to Bräurosl! The marquee takes its name from Rosi Pschorr, the daughter of the former Pschorr owner and brewery owner. This was because of its beauty so popular with the Wiesn visitors that the tent was soon named after her. Finding the beautiful Bräurosl is no problem at all: in front of the main entrance, two 20-meter-high maypoles tower into the sky as landmarks.

Traditionally, the 8,100-passenger Oktoberfest tent with its beer garden revolves around the music: An in-house yodeller, who may use the stage name "Bräurl" during the Oktoberfest, maintains the custom that goes back to the legendary brewer's daughter. The Yodellerin provides in the tent with their Bavarian singing arts for mood. Hits of all kinds are also celebrated by the "South Tyrolean Spitzbuam" and the "Ludwig Thoma Musikanten" under the direction of Fred Geißer.

Gay Sunday

The Munich Löwen Club has started a completely different tradition: For over 30 years, the gay community has been hosting gay Sunday every first Oktoberfest Sunday. It started with a few leather beads on the balcony, meanwhile the tent is firmly in the hands of the sisters this Sunday. And if the singing Bräurosl with "a bissl leather needs a Jeda!" the lions greet, the whole tent rages.