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3 Herzlich Willkommen! (Welcome)
3 Geschichte (History)
4-7 Bier und Essen (Beer & Food Stands)
8-10 Wiesn Wrterbuch (Oktoberfest Dictionary)
11 Wiesn -Stze (Oktoberfest Phrases)
12 Sponsoren und Untersttzer (Sponsors and Supporters)
13-39 Liedertexte (Song Lyrics)
13 EIN PROSIT 13 TULIPS FROM AMSTERDAM 14 OB LA DI, OB LA DA 14 ROLL OUT THE BARREL 15 PACK UP YOUR TROUBLES 15 YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE 16 IF YOU KNEW SUSIE 17 CONSIDER YOURSELF 18 MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE
OCEAN 19 YELLOW SUBMARINE 20 THE HAPPY WANDERER 21 OOM PAH PAH 22 THOSE MAGNIFICENT MEN IN
THEIR FLYING MACHINES 22 TIPPERARY 23 DAISY, DAISY 24 BLESS EM ALL 25 KNEES UP MOTHER BROWN 25 KNOCK THREE TIMES 26 AUNTIE ALICE 27 DRINKING SONG
28 DOWN AT THE OLD BULL AND BUSH
28 EDELWEISS 29 MAORI BATTALION 30 FIREWORK 23 ROAR 36 POKER FACE 38 WHY DOES LOVE DO THIS TO ME 40 I SAW HER STANDING THERE 42 UPTOWN FUNK 46 DONT STOP BELIEVIN
48 PIANO MAN
50 MAMMA MIA
52 SWEET CAROLINE
53 THOSE WERE THE DAYS
55 MY HEART WILL GO ON
56 WAGON WHEEL
58 HEY JUDE
60 GERMAN NATIONAL ANTHEM
39 AUF WIEDERSEH'N
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Herzlich Willkommen! Welcome
e are so happy to have you here at the third instalment of 'Oktoberfest: The Bavarian Showdown'. As members of the Wellington Brass Band we have played at just about every Oktoberfest celebration Wellington can offer . . . so we decided to do it bigger and better.
A huge thanks to you for coming along and supporting us this year. We encourage your feedback because next year we will make it even more amazing.
This is our Kiwi take on one of the oldest and most celebrated festival traditions in the world, so get involved and party as if we were in Bavaria.
We invite you to enjoy our amazing bands, delicious beers, and stunning food.
Willkommen to New Zealand's largest ever Oktoberfest!!! :) The Event Management Team Wellington Brass Band
he origins of the Oktoberfest festival start with the marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig (later to become King Ludwig I) and Princess Therese of Saxe-Hildburghausen on October 17, 1810. The citizens of Munich were invited to attend the festivities held on the fields in front
of the city gates to celebrate the royal event. The fields were named Theresienwiese ("Theresa's meadow") in honour of the Crown Princess, and have kept that name ever since, although the locals have since abbreviated the name simply to Wiesn which is also the title locals use for Oktoberfest (die Wiesn). Horse races in the presence of the Royal Family marked the close of the event that was celebrated as a festival for the whole of Bavaria. These horse races were repeated in the subsequent years and gave rise to the tradition of the Oktoberfest.
In 1811, an added feature to the horse races was the first Agricultural Show, designed to boost Bavarian agriculture. The horse races, which were the oldest and at one time the most popular event of the festival, are no longer held today. But the Agricultural Show is still held every three years during the Oktoberfest on the southern part of the festival grounds. In 1818 small beer stands were introduced which grew rapidly in number. In 1896 the beer stands were replaced by the first beer tents.
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Bier und Essen Beer and Food Stands
This refreshing premium lager is medium hopped with a maximum fresh flavour.
A.P.A 5% Brewed using an American Ale Yeast & 3
varieties of US hops. It is beautifully balanced with toasted malt characteristics from the
blend of 6 specialty malts.
BLACK I.P.A 6% This beer was dry hopped with an abundance
of American hops giving a big aroma & flavour
DUNKELWEIZEN 5.1% Brewed with darker specialty malts & 50% wheat Malt which is traditional for style, it has pronounced clove, vanilla, nutmeg &
banana. It also delivers chocolate & roasted notes.
APPLE CIDER 5.7% Traditionally brewed using 2 varieties of Nelson grown apples. Crisp & refreshing
BERRY CIDER 4.5% An apple cider base with a blend of
Strawberries, Boysenberries & Blackcurrants.
Chocolate/banana flavoured dark wheat beer.
BASE JUMPER 5.4%
Hoppy, crisp and resinous - American Pale Ale.
GOLDEN MILE 4.5%
Hoppy, golden lager- easy drinking and refreshing.
TOM'S CHIMNEY CAKES & LANGOSH
HUNGARIAN TRADITIONAL BAKERY PRODUCTS
Chimney cakes, sweet freshly baked pastries flavors outside like cinnamon/hazelnut and
Fried bread kransky hot dogs with Garlic/ cheese / 7 different sauces
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FOOLS GOLDEN ABV 4.2%
A golden ale, with 100% hop additions occurring after the flameout. Bursting with tropical flavours, this golden ale showcases Mosaic, Simcoe and a touch of Centennial
hops upon a simple yet seductive, light golden malt base.
HAPPY PILS ABV 5.5%
Based on the traditional lagers of Europe, brewed with Kiwi malts and hops. One sip of this pilsner is sure to leave you with a smile
on your face as you happily ponder the sweet malt base balanced with sturdy hop bitterness
AMERICAN PALE ALE 5.8%
Hops, hops and hops. This American style pale ale features two high-performance
American hops, Citra and Amarillo. A crisp malt base and some overenthusiastic dry
hopping ensures nothing gets stops the floral, citrus and spicy aromas which these hops are
GUEST TAP - PECKHAM HOME BLOCK RESERVE CIDER
Off dry. Full bodied, balanced in fruit, acidity and tannin. Matured for 18 months and
made from the seasons best bittersweet and bittersharp cider apples selected from their
home cider orchard in Moutere. Cider without compromise - no shortcuts.
Serving up espresso along with other hot
beverages and also showcasing our delicious coldbrew coffee - apparently it tastes a bit like
Traditional salted Brezels which are famous for their combination with German beer.
In addition there will be the German specialty Fleischkaese served in fresh bread roll.
Berliners (German doughnuts) and apple strudel will also be available.
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SWEET SABINE Vienna Lager 5.8% ABV
Brewed in collaboration with German master
brewer Alex Biedermann, Sweet Sabine is a
smooth and easy drinking lager, crafted in a
classic Vienna style. Soft malt complexities
from an elaborate 3 step mash process give
way to a dry finish, with well balanced hop
bitterness. No wonder this brew is equally at
home in Oktoberfest celebrations and the
GOLDEN LAB Golden Ale (Silver at NZBGA 2014) 4.8% ABV
Golden Lab is a Golden Ale, light gold in color, with a balanced aroma of mild hop and malt characteristics. A staple in the family of Black
Dog brews, and the perfect companion on a hot day lap it up!
THE DOGFATHER American Pale Ale
(APA) 6.4% ABV
We blended both American Citra & American
Amarillo hops to create this well-balanced
hoppy APA. With citrus attributes from the
Citra hop biting on your tongue, you will
then have the balance of stone fruits sliding
on through with a hint of bubblegum from
the Amarillo hop. Great Brewers are not
born great They drink Dogfather APA
ERDINGER WEISSBIER Erdinger Weissbier is a wheat beer brewed exclusively in the Bavarian town of Erding.
Brewed in strict accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law. Erdinger has a cloudy
appearance and lively body; the perfect thirst quencher for beer purists.
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Wiesn Wrterbuch Oktoberfest Dictionary
A arschlings (adj.) backwards, more specific: "in your behinds direction".
aufmischen (v.) to spank or wallop.
aufstin (v.) to donate a beer.
B Bazi (n.) c rook, rascal, cheater.
biddscheen (n.) please, can also mean "here you are" when someone is giving or serving something.
Bierdimpfe (n.) notorious beer drinker, "tavern potato".
bieseln (v.) term for "to take a leak";
Biffe (n.) unfriendly person
Boandlkramer (n.) the grand reaper.
Bock (n.) a darker beer with a higher percentage of alcohol.
Bopperl (n.) nickname for someone dear or special.
Breimoaster (n.) master brewer.
Busserl (n.) term for a swift kiss, often on other parts of the face or body than the mouth. Example: Busserl aufs Backerl (kiss on the check). More intensive kiss mutations, as the French kiss, are not included in this term.
C Charivari (n.) decoration on Lederhose
D daessn (v.) to eat up damisch (adj.) patronising term for stupid, dumb, crazy. Dampf (n.) occurs after some craft beer, the intoxication. dandschig (adj.) attractive, pretty. Diridari (n.) money: should be brought in suffic