London To Debut Vegan Oktoberfest This Year

Attendees can enjoy vegan-friendly drinks and food at the event
Vegan Oktoberfest
A number of local and international vegan beers will be available for purchase

Set for October 6, London's first plant-based riff on Oktoberfest will offer vegan alternatives to the event's usual fare later this year.

Offerings

Vegtoberfest offerings will include a range of vegan-friendly alcoholic beverages, such as wine, beer, and cocktails - all of which may otherwise be manufactured using animal byproducts.

Also available will be classic Oktoberfest foods - like chips and bratwurst - and less traditional dishes such as a wood-fired Bavaria-inspired pizza.

The event will include live music, and offer private 'Party Stables' for groups.

Vegan Beer
The event will take place at Fest Camden on October 6

Details

Vegtoberfest will run from noon through 10pm at Fest Camden in Camden Stables Market.

Tickets are priced at £15 per person and are now available for purchase online.

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