If you've got the kind of reputation Carwyn Cellars have for beer events, and you're going to celebrate Oktoberfest, there's only one way to do it: load up them taps and go all-in. And, no surprises, they have.
On the weekend of October 7-8 the bar becomes a bier hall pouring a whopping 30 taps of German-style beers, from here at home and over there in the home of lager. For the purists, the Weihenstephaner Biergarten Bar will be back this year, giving you a taste of the fresh stuff from the world's oldest brewery.
Meanwhile, the Tuck Shop will be cooking in the biergarten, serving up the best wurst you can find this side of Bavaria.
To make sure you're drinking appropriately, they'll have custom Carwyn Cellars steins, each one of which comes filled with a new King River Brewing x Carwyn Cellars collaboration – read about it [here](https://craftypint.com/beer/10119/king-river-dortmunter-my-ambrosia-and-dubbel-or-nothing) – and you get to keep to the stein too.
Entry is free but they're not taking online reservations, so all you need to do is turn up – the earlier the better.