The Bavarian, Munich Brauhaus, The Bavarian Beerhaüs – State of Origin series
The Bavarian, Munich Brauhaus and The Bavarian Beerhaüs are firing up game nights for the 2018 State of Origin series, with live and loud TV screenings, 10¢ chicken wings, and footy feasts to fuel the fanatics.
On Wednesday, 6 June, The Bavarian, Munich Brauhaus and The Bavarian Beerhaüs across New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland, will broadcast the first highly anticipated State of Origin game across their large-screen TVs. Matches that follow on Sunday, 24 June and Wednesday, 11 July, will also be screened live to give supporters the best Origin experience outside of the stadium.
Origin and beer enthusiasts can enjoy a stellar line-up of traditional Bavarian and local craft beers on tap from a number of vessels including the Bavarian restaurants’ legendary steins, 1-litre glass boots and 2-litre beer towers.
Game-watchers can snack on tasty chicken wings for just 10¢ each, while groups of four can indulge in the Epic Sports Feast ($140). This impressive, meat-filled platter includes two giant pretzels, mac and cheese balls, a full rack of succulent ribs, a whole roast chicken, half a kilo of BBQ chicken wings, pepper and garlic Kielbasa sausages, two cheese Kranskies, as well as fries, mashed potato a 2-litre beer tower.
Guests can feast on one of the restaurants five limited-edition Loaded Schnitzels ($29), each of which has been generously smothered, covered and loaded with toppings and sauces, in ode to a country that they’re named after. The Canadian, Mexican, American, Hawaiian and Aussie Shnittie can also be paired with a 1-litre boot of beer ($51).
True footy fans are being given the chance to become an Official Footy Legend. To attain this prestigious title, a series of footy-inspired challenges must be completed before Saturday, 29 September. The challenges are:
· Drink five 1-litre boots of bier (NSW and VIC)
· Eat five classic chicken schnitzel meals
· Watch five NRL or AFL matches at one of the Bavarian or Beerhaüs venues.
These must be officially stamped as a mark of accomplishment in a Footy Legend Booklet with prizes to be won.
Diners can also enjoy daily dinner specials throughout the week, including All You Can Eat Meat Platter ($39 per person) on Mondays and the $20 Schnitz Blitz on Tuesday, which packages up any schnitzel and a 300ml beer.
**Information & Images Courtesy of The Bavarian, Munich Brauhaus & The Bavarian Beerhaüs/Rockpool Dining Group – Georgie Meredith
The Australia Times News
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