PREPARE FOR OKTOBERFEST
Helpful German phrases:
- Steam Whistle is number one!
Steam Whistle ist die Nummer Eins!
- Why not pick up your stein!
Warum den Bierkrug nicht abholen?
- German Toast to your health
- More beer, please
Mehr Bier bitte
- More pretzel please
Mehr Brezeln bitte
- More sausage please
Mehr Wurst bitte
- Thank you
- Women's customary dress
- Men's customary outfit
- sing together
- I'm happy
Ich bin froh
- What's your phone number?
Was ist Ihre Telefonnummer?
JOIN US IN CELEBRATION!
Hundreds of bars & restaurants throughout Ontario, Alberta & BC will be offering the Steam Whistle Oktoberfest steins from late August through October. Order a litre stein of Steam Whistle Pilsner and keep the Stein! Some bars will have a ‘Refill the Stein’ option. Ask your server for details.
Check out our locator for a listing of all the locations featuring the KEEP THE STEIN promotion, while quantities last.
Click to see photos from last year's Oktoberfest!
Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany originated in 1810 as 16 days of festivities to commemorate the marriage of Bavaria's King Ludwig.
Steam Whistle staff are taken to this 200 year old festival after working for 5 years at the brewery, where we get to celebrate BEER through camaraderie, song, food, folk culture and pageantry.
So inspired, Steam Whistle brings you our own brand of Oktoberfest.
Bring a little Oom-pah-pah home with this gift pack that includes 2 x 500ml cans of Steam Whistle’s authentic Bohemian Pilsner ready to pour into your own 1 litre Oktoberfest stein decorated with an old- school pewter medallion.
Gift packs are $14.95 at 150+ LCBO stores across Ontario during September & October, while quantities last.
To find locations visit LCBO.com and search CSPC #292862.
Cam, Greg and our Brewmaster Marek kicked off Oktoberfest with a ceremonial keg-tapping on Saturday, September 29th. Hosted by George Kash and the Oktoberfest Express, the festival included litre steins of Steam Whistle Pilsner, gigantic doughy pretzels, lip-smacking sausage & sauerkraut, folk dancers, and arm-linked crowds joined in revelry and refreshment.
Pictures to come soon! Until next year, prost!