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Pschorr-Festzelt Bräurosl

Tasty treats, fun, and Rosa Wiesn in the Bräurosl

Pschorr-Festzelt Bräurosl

Tasty treats, fun, and Rosa Wiesn in the Bräurosl

A cozy tent for everyone, with perhaps the most beautiful selection of the services on the last evening. Especially popular is the “Gay Sunday” on the first Wiesn Sunday.

What’s special: an in-house yodeler, “Bräurosl”

Atmosphere is priority number one in this rustic tent: a tent’s own yodeler creates a fantastic atmosphere with alpine singing interludes. During the Wiesn period it’s called “Bräurosl,” in honor of Rosi Pschorr, the daughter of the former Pschorr host and brewery owner. But the Bräurosl isn’t a solo entertainer: At her side, the Ludwig-Thoma-Musikanten really get things cooking. Every day at lunchtime, and in the evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., “Die Südtiroler Spitzbuam” provide the best atmosphere for the in-house Hacker-Pschorr-Oktoberfest beer.

The history: even today, all follow the beautiful Bräurosl

The festival hall bears the name of the beautiful Rosi Pschorr, former host Pschorr’s daughter. Her beauty made her so popular with Wiesn visitors that the tent was soon named after her. Even today, a painting above the tent entrance testifies to Rosi’s special beauty and grace.

The audience: regulars, families, and Munich companies

Bräurosl has existed at Oktoberfest since 1901, and has been run by the Heide family for more than seven decades. For the next Oktoberfest, new landlords will take over the tent. We will keep you informed!

Many regular guests and companies appreciate the tradition, the Munich atmosphere, and the friendly service at Bräurosl, and they come back year after year. A timely reservation is therefore strongly recommended.

The music: yodeling and Südtiroler Spitzbuam

Bräurosl Carolin Weidner has fixed dates: She continues the well-known tradition of the brewer’s daughter Rosi Pschorr and her nickname, Bräurosl: Every day, she yodels to create a good mood. If she has to spare her vocal chords between her performances, the Ludwig-Thoma-Musikanten get things cooking. And every day at lunchtime, and in the evening from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., “Die Südtiroler Spitzbuam” provides the best atmosphere. But party people and young Munich locals can also get their money’s worth when things heat up in the tent.

The menu: crispy Wiesn treats to accompany your drinks

Bavarian delicacies are as much a part of the traditional tent as the costumes and music. Duck, suckling pig, lamb shank, or Wiesn roast chicken. The vegetarians among the Wiesn visitors are also taken into consideration: Swabian cheese spätzle, fresh creamy mushrooms, and sweet pastries like apple strudel and yeast dumplings. The daily changing lunch table is a special feature, and especially popular with the people of Munich. The crowning glory of the Munich art of brewing is the genuine Oktoberfest beer. Only six traditional breweries are allowed to serve it, and of course Hacker-Pschorr is one of them.

For backseat drivers: maypoles and Gay Sunday

Finding the beautiful Bräurosl is very easy: In front of the main entrance, two 20-meter-tall maypoles rise into the sky as landmarks; you can see them from a distance. The gay “Münchner Löwen Club” has created a completely different tradition: For more than 30 years, the gay community has been inviting people to the Gay Sunday in Bräurosl on the first Wiesn Sunday. It started with a few leather guys – with and without traditional costumes. Today, this Sunday belongs to the LGBTQ community. When the Bräurosl intones “Everybody needs a bit of leather!” then it’s going to be a good time until tables and benches shake.

Pschorr-Festzelt Bräurosl: Reservation, Seats, Music, Beer and Contact

Host(s)Peter Reichert
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CapacityCapacity 6,490
Capacity (outdoors)Capacity (outdoors) 1,760
BreweryHacker-Pschorr Bräu GmbH
BeerAlc. 5.7% vol., 13.5% wort
MusicSong of the Bräurosl, Ludwig-Thoma-Musikanten, Südtiroler Spitzbuam
SpecialityTent’s own yodel song, Rosa Wiesn on Gay Sunday
Important: Non-updated information on this page refers to Oktoberfest 2019. There was no Oktoberfest in 2020, neither was in 2021 due to the Corona pandemic.