Pschorr-Bräurosl Oktoberfest Tent Guide: Reservations, Photos & More!

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The Pschorr-Bräurosl tent at Munich’s world-famous Oktoberfest is best known for its folk entertainment, iconic maypoles, and (as of 2020) its new owners and fresh makeover!

Well if you’re currently planning your own Oktoberfest trip, you might be wondering how to get reservations to the Pschorr-Bräurosl tent, or maybe just curious to take a peek inside.

If so, you’re in luck! Read on for an overview of the Pschorr-Bräurosl tent at Oktoberfest, from seating capacity and what beer they serve to a (more personal) assessment on the tent’s overall vibe, based on personal experience.

PS: Want to read more about Oktoberfest’s tents? Check out our full ranking of Oktoberfest tents in Munich.

Pschorr-Bräurosl Basic Facts

Beer served at this Oktoberfest tent: Hacker-Pschorr

Indoor seating capacity: 6200

Outdoor seating capacity: 2200

The tent’s new look, as of Oktoberfest 2022

How to Get Reservations at the Pschorr-Bräurosl

Reservations open: Open

Reservations made by: Booking online here

How to get reservations at the Pschorr-Bräurosl Oktoberfest tent: 

At the moment, this tent is only taking lunch time reservation requests for Monday – Friday, due to all evening and weekend slots being fully booked. Here is how to make a reservation with them:

STEP ONE: Go to their online booking system here.

STEP TWO: Choose your desired date, time slot, and table area.

STEP THREE: Follow the form instructions and enter your details.

STEP FOUR: Confirm your reservation and rejoice!

Overall Pschorr-Bräurosl Decor & Vibe

Flanked by two 20m maypoles at the entrance and a portrait of the gorgeous Rosi Pschorr (daughter of the former Pschorr brewery owner), the Pschorr-Bräurosl is one Oktoberfest tent that’s impossible to miss.

It’s the only tent with an in-house yodeller, and a South Tyrolean Spitzbuam playing during the day. It’s also a fun tent of contradictions.

While it prides itself on a traditional folk atmsophere, it is also a favoured tent among LGBTQ visitors, who flock here on the first Sunday of the festival for “Gay Sunday”.

This tent has always been a good time whenever I’ve visited, with a fun mix of kitsch and a younger crowd as the night goes on. Definitely a must-visit!

Photos from the Old Pschorr-Bräurosl (Pre-2022)

We Hope You Enjoyed This Guide to the Pschorr-Bräurosl at Oktoberfest!

Have you been to this tent before? If so, be sure to share your experience in the comments to help other Oktoberfest visitors in the future. Prost!

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