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Munich Oktoberfest 2011

Michael Larabel

Published on 7 October 2011
Written by Michael Larabel
Page 2 of 4 - 6 Comments

There are always many fun times at the wiesn and meeting up with great Bavarian friends from over the years. The worst part is just dealing with mobile O2 Internet.

Sadly, for two hours when meeting with some colleagues, I had to be in the Hofbräu tent rather than Augustinerzelt.

There was also a brief stop by the Löwenbräu tent. For those with limited knowledge of Munich Oktoberfest, there are 14 tents on the wiesn. Most of these photos, however, are from the Augustiner tent. Augustiner is my most favorite beer in the world and their tent is quite nice, traditional, and not crowded with many crazy tourists, unlike some of the other tents. It's also one of the favorites among local Bavarians.

Thanks to the Phoronix reader Toby of Munich for the invitation to one of the boxes at the Augustiner tent and the free beer.

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