The Heide family gave up the Bräurosl after almost 90 years
It was indeed a crucial break in the Oktoberfest tradition when the Heide family announced this summer that they wanted to give up the Bräurosl tent. The family had been running the tent since 1936, most recently in the fourth generation. With an in-house yodeler, distinctive maypoles in front of the door, almost 8,400 seats and, last but not least, many regular guests, the Bräurosl is one of the most popular and largest festival tents at the Wiesn. No easy task for a successor, then.