With more beer festivals offering kids’ activities and playgrounds, Booking.com turned to the opinions of beer lovers around the world and surveyed beer festivals especially for families! *
Portland Beer Festival “Oregon“
Believe it or not Portland host every year Beer Festival, where you can drink as mush different types of beer as you want.
For a few of us, it’s one reason we settled in the Pacific Northwest. In the event that you didn’t move here for the brew, you positively have come to welcome the specialty lager culture. Summer is moving toward quick, and with the warm climate comes the omnipotent BREW FEST!
London’s Wandsworth Common Beer Festival
This is an event where you can enjoy more than 100 low-profile beers in London.
Named after the relatively small area of London, this Ones worth Common Beer Festival is full of attractions. Not only do we have more than 100 low-profile beers, 30 different ciders, live music and live food stalls, but we are also working to attract a large number of children.
To achieve this goal, children under the age of 18 can participate in the festival for free (don’t worry, there are no free tastings), and there are activities for children all day long. After the whole family enjoys the festival, head to The Brewers Inn nearby. We offer a stunning variety of ales and family rooms that will make your family feel at home.
Pochernicke Pivoblani in Prague
There are many things children can be absorbed in at Pochernicke Pivoblani
With the Počernické Pivobraní Beer Festival, Prague’s normally quiet Pocernice Park rejuvenates every September. The festival will focus on the smaller Počernický Pivovar brewery, as well as live music, food stalls, free beer tastings and a flea market associated with beer. Participants with children can be said to be a big welcome.
The festival is based in the 14th district of Prague, and at the Pension U Hastrmana near the brewery you can enjoy kids and pizza.
Students visit Oktoberfest at school events at many German schools
The Oktoberfest in Munich, the original beer festival, has the image of a festival that satisfies your desires, but in fact, it is a very enjoyable event for families. In fact, at many German schools, students visit the Oktoberfest for about 16 days at school events.
The festival also offers space for children of all ages, a variety of vehicles, chocolate-covered fruits, giant pretzels, donuts, potato fries and food outlets such as classic sausages. If you’re staying near the venue, spend some time at Arthotel Munich, featuring large pop art murals and spacious family rooms.
A beer festival with a carnival atmosphere is also in Berlin
Lesser-known than Munich’s Oktoberfest, the brethren Berlin Oktoberfest is a festival at the Kurt Schumacher Square, where traditional Bavaria decorations and live music and mobile amusement parks with costumes and bands are offered. Vehicles are attractive. Why not stay in the acclaimed Badstraße Apartments so that you can spend some cultural time with your kids when you attend the event?
Dublin’s Big Grill Festival
Pay attention to live music, children’s area, food fights and lots of beer
Dublin’s Big Grill Festival is a name that doesn’t sound like a beer festival, but the organizers often say that malty black beer and savory pale ales are a must for a satisfying barbecue. I know.
As a result, the festival offers a wide variety of beers, comparable to most beer festivals, live music, food fights, barbecue demonstrations, and children’s areas. If you’re looking for accommodation, Roxford Lodge Hotel is about a 10-minute walk from the venue, Herbert Park. This is one of Dublin’s top guesthouses, especially with guests with children.
Vienna Wiener Fest in Vienna
Participants with children are welcome at the Wiener Veson Fest
The Wiener Wiesen Fest is one of Austria’s largest beer festivals as well as Austria’s largest folk music festival with over 700 hours of live music. The festival features a large amount of beer and traditional Austrian cuisine, as well as entertainment and a pleasant atmosphere in the venue.
The Wiener Vezen Fest is designed to be enjoyed with children, as it will be held beside Wiener Reisenrad, one of Vienna’s most famous tourist attractions, a 65-meter long Ferris wheel built in 1897. Within walking distance from the venue, Vienna Prater Apartment is a must-see inn that is rated 9.1 out of 10 by a family with young children!
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