Munich

Munich Strong Beer Festival

Munich

Munich Strong Beer Festival

Munich is a combination of timeless tradition, draped with spectacular nature, vibrant metropolises and architectural masterpieces and historical century-old Buildings. Munich is the 3rd largest city of Germany after Berlin and capital of Bavaria. When it comes to its astonishing history, flamboyant culture, extravagant arts & entertainment, emergent music industry and robust night-life only few cities in Europe beat that stature.

This city boasts the highest number of tourists according to some surveys since they have numerous reason to visit Munich but we speculate the top reason would be the Beer culture. Munich takes its beer very seriously and even introduced a fifth season “strong beer season,” where they dedicate early weeks of spring season to Munich Strong Beer Festival. This is said to be the younger brother of Oktoberfest which is also a grand beer celebrating event held every year in October. These festival offer the best beer tasting in the world. Beer halls and breweries host their own little parties known as Starkbierfests, where you have freshly brewed beer at your disposal 24/7, so the whole city looks like huge party town during these times of the year.

This tradition was initiated by Paulaner monks hundreds of years ago as a method to create Salvator, a vigorous drink to cope with their lent which they also called “Flüssiges Brot” (liquid bread). Though that’s another thing that lent has now become a huge debate because they can’t have enough of this Salvator turned beer and many more versions of it.

During this time many locals open their doors to fellow beer connoisseurs from around the world to celebrate with them and it gets really crowded in terms of accommodation. We, Red Apple Apartment also happen to be a mean to get you to meet such hospitable locals who would make you feel just like home during your stay. Just visit: http://www.redappleapartments.com/munich/en to find great apartments in Munich.

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