BierKeller, Exeter’s highly anticipated new Bavarian themed bar, has announced that it will open its doors to the public for the first time on Friday 17th February. Transformed from what was Pizza Stein located on Exeter’s Quay, the authentic German beer hall promises a jam-packed line-up of regular events, plenty of fun and an abundance of beer.
The bar’s big launch night kicks off at 7pm and the team are urging people to get their early and claim one of the first 50 half price steins. To encourage punters to get into the spirit of things they we will also be offering half price steins to fancy dressed reveler, an offer that will be a solid fixture moving forwards. The resident Oompah band will be playing throughout the night, creating a truly Bavarian bonanza.
The après ski-style, alpine bar, with wood-heavy interior boasts eight large screens, playing live sport and an extra-long bar serving 26 different draught beers from Germany, Europe and Britain. All the beers will be available in mini five litre table kegs, for groups or those settled in for the night.
Paul Matthews, BierKeller Owner, comments: “Our sizeable beer offering genuinely has something for everyone, including German brands, other well-known popular beers and some great craft brews. To line the stomach, we will also be serving tasty bar snacks, including traditional Bratwurst and Currywurst, as well as charcuterie, and nachos.”
BierKeller will host a great range of entertainment, with events scheduled for each night of the week, including a traditional resident Oompah band, comedy nights, international music nights and a weekly quiz. Big name acts will also feature every month, available to book through the BierKeller website.
Paul continues: “We are confident the concept, teamed with our eclectic mix of events will appeal to a large cross section of people. We want it to be the type of bar where everyone can be guaranteed a fun, party atmosphere seven days a week.”
In addition to the main beer hall, there is also a separate wood-clad private room, which will be available for group bookings. The mini ski-lodge boasts its own chunky sharing table and bar, which can be setup with guests’ kegs of choice.
Paul adds: “We’re looking forward to throwing open the doors and seeing what people think.”