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Bierkeller celebrates first birthday

Dancing on the tables, oompah and cake

Published on November 29th 2013.


Bierkeller celebrates first birthday
 

THERE'S nothing you can't do when you've got a foaming stein in one hand and a thick bratwurst in the other.

Last night, fans of Liverpool's Bierkeller had both as they packed the rafters to see in its first birthday party - marking what the venue is hailing as a hugely successful first year.

Billy Butler 04Billy Butler gets a
nostril full of cake
There's no doubt that during the last 12 months, the city's very own slice of Bavaria is very popular. This has led to the venue, which can cope with as many as 1,500 beer drinkers, becoming the best performing bar in its sector in the UK.

Last night's party was all about letting down the hair as well as the leiderhosen. The roll call for the evening included the Beirkeller’s own Oompah Band, chart-topping Bloc Party, local favourites The Sterlings and Ukebox, Dominic Dunn, Phil Vid, Paul Dela Ross and Baz Todd. To finish off the evening, a huge birthday cake made from cupcakes appeared.

Brad Jones 17 

Martin Fessey General Manager of Bierkeller says, “Myself and all of the team really enjoyed this party to celebrate our first year, and all of the Bierkeller’s achievements.

"The people of Liverpool, and the many tourists who visit the city, have really taken the whole Bierkeller concept to their hearts.”

Visit the Liverpool Bierkeller website here

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