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Old December 25th, 2013, 03:47 AM
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Does any line do a oktoberfest and how is it?
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Old March 7th, 2014, 10:10 PM
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Does any line do a oktoberfest and how is it?
Royal Caribbean does not offer this that I know of, except on Allure of the Seas, in a way, which has a small, complimentary venue serving various sausages, including a bratwurst. (Note that "Braut" in German is bride, so "beer and brauts" would be an interesting diversion, and different from eating bratwurst with beer.)

I suppose you could get a bratwurst and then a beer elsewhere on Allure, and you'd be as close to Oktoberfest as is likely to happen in the Caribbean.
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.(Note that "Braut" in German is bride, so "beer and brauts" would be an interesting diversion, and different from eating bratwurst with beer.)
It would also be something that could stick with you a VERY long time...
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Royal Caribbean does not offer this that I know of, except on Allure of the Seas, in a way, which has a small, complimentary venue serving various sausages, including a bratwurst. (Note that "Braut" in German is bride, so "beer and brauts" would be an interesting diversion, and different from eating bratwurst with beer.)

I suppose you could get a bratwurst and then a beer elsewhere on Allure, and you'd be as close to Oktoberfest as is likely to happen in the Caribbean.
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It would also be something that could stick with you a VERY long time...
True, the longest sentence in the English language is "I do."
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The NCL Spirit has a Bier Garden on the top deck that has a german-style buffet lunch on certain days. The Brats and sauerkraut were good, but nothing amazing. I also don't recall them actually selling any beer made in Germany, though.
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