Named after the daughter of the previous owner, the Bräurosl continues the Oktoberfest tradition that it started over 100 years ago during its first appearance on the Wies'n.
The musical entertainment here is unique, with the tent's own Yodeler getting up to sing some Bavarian tunes during the day. In addition to this, every night the Südtiroler Spitzbuam, a group of 5 from the mountains of South Tyrol, come to entertain the crowd.
A recent tradition at the Bräurosl is Gay Sunday, which occurs on the first Sunday of every Oktoberfest. If you want to attend on this day, make sure that you arrive before 8am to secure your place as it is one of the busiest days for the tent.
The beer served here is the traditional Oktoberfest Märzen from Hacker-Pschorr. There are 6200 seats inside and another 2500 in the beer garden outside, and there is normally not a problem getting a seat here outside of the busy weekend periods.
This tent is easy to spot because of the two 20m high "Maibäume" that stand outside on either side of the entrance. It is located opposite the Schottenhammel, where the Oktoberfest kicks off on the first day.
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