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Vikanshu (co-founder), Gul Panag (actress), Christian (CEO) and Aayush (team member)

Vikanshu (co-founder), Gul Panag (actress), Christian (CEO) and Aayush (team member)

In a previous blog post we explained to you the origins and characteristics of the Oktoberfest in Munich.
On the 6th of October this Munich Oktoberfest closed its doors after two weeks of enjoying German beer tradition. During these two weeks 6,4 million people visited the Oktoberfest area on the Theresienwiese in Munich and these visitors were very hungry and thirsty. In total they ate 114 ox and 58 calves. Furthermore they drank 6,7 million “Maß” (1-liter-glass) of beer. This is equivalent to 20,3 million bottles of St. ERHARD. That is an amazing amount. Unfortunately St. ERHARD was not available at the “Wiesn” in Munich. However our sponsoring of the Oktoberfest of the German embassy in New Delhi was a great success. While drinking a tasty St. ERHARD, our Founder and CEO Christian Klemenz could celebrate together with Gul Panag (former Miss India), the German ambassador in India Michael Steiner, Vikanshu (co-founder) and his brother Aayush, Aline (our management trainee), our business angel Günter Wiskot, a german live-band and a lot of other nice people. Check out the pictures on facebook!

Now by the time the Oktoberfest in Munich is finished, in Franconia it is time for another traditional beer period: The “Bockbier” time!
Bockbier is a stronger beer with at least 6,5% vol. of alcohol. Originally brewed with a high original wort for an extended shelf life, nowadays Bockbier is a delicacy for German and overseas beer fans. Every old brewery in the area of Bamberg has its own Bockbier as one of their flagship beers. Particularly in autumn and the beginning winter, Bockbier is very popular for warming the cold throats with its high alcohol concentration.

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St. ERHARD at Oktoberfest 2013 in New Delhi

St. ERHARD at Oktoberfest 2013 in New Delhi

Oktoberfest is a global synonym for German beer culture. It’s doesn’t just portray the rich culture of Germany but also stands for the unity and diversity among the people.

It’s a festival which originates from Munich but is also celebrated in some other cities of Germany as well nowadays. People from all over the globe come and celebrate this very special occasion with the German people. From the last recent years seeing the popularity of this esteemed German event, German organizations around the globe have been organizing the same in different parts of the world. This is a great way of bringing two countries together. The Indo-German relations are built on mutual trust and understanding and both the countries are doing great when it comes down to doing business with one another.

This year the German Embassy New Delhi will organize a Oktoberfest in India on 3rd of Oktober 2013 which is also the German Unity Day. An approximate footfall of 1200 people is expected in the event. The attendees will be served with the our genuine Bavarian St. ERHARD beer and also will be given an option to choose from the variety in the delicious German cuisine. The whole setup will be in the theme of Oktoberfest with all the logistics imported from Germany, just in order to provide the attendees with the best of the original festive feel of Oktoberfest in India.  Also the whole staff will be dressed in the traditional Bavarian attire which is Lederhosn for the males and Dirndl for the females.

The whole campus for the event is created with the typical Oktoberfest tents, small kiosks, some amusement rides for both kids and adults. The event will start of by the special guests who will be greeted by the German Ambassador to India and his wife Mrs. Steiner. A brass band will be invited from Bavaria which will be performing live for the audiences while they will be enjoying the German beer and food at the same time. There will be wide range of German food including the very traditional pretzels from the south of Germany, potato salad, sausage salad and so on. Not only typical food will be served but also a lot of desserts will accompany the same. That will include the delicious German Kaiserschmarm, Apple Strudl (Pie), Roasted almonds and much more. 

We at St. ERHARD are very proud to say that we will be one of the major sponsors of the Oktoberfest and the people attending the fest will get to taste it as well.

Indo-German Delegation is visiting St. ERHARD in Bamberg

Indo-German Delegation is visiting St. ERHARD in Bamberg

With this post we at St. ERHARD are very proud to announce that next Monday the 10th of June we will have some prestigious dignitaries who will be visiting us at our Bamberg office. We will be happy and honored to welcome the board of the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce. The delegation will include the German Ambassador to India, Mr. Michael Steiner accompanied by Mr. Chandran of BASF India, Mr. Viswanathan of Bosch India, Mr. Gerlich of Bayer India and other Indo-German business executives.

Being a start-up company focusing on trade between Germany and India, it will be a great opportunity for us to explain them our business to them. The whole idea will be to portray what our vision at St. ERHARD is and where do we see ourselves in next coming years.

The agenda of the day will be, first to welcome the whole delegation in our office followed by a small presentation given by the Founder & CEO of St. ERHARD, Christian Klemenz with the other two co-founders Thies Dibbern and Vincent Osterloh respectively. They will present the current business situation with our future growth strategies.

After the presentation the whole delegation will be taken to the brewery where St. ERHARD is brewed. The whole process of brewing

and bottling will be explained to them, just so that they know from how many stages the product goes through before reaching the end consumer in India.

This trip will not only be great for us in terms of the visibility of the brand but will also strengthen the bond between both the countries as Ambassador Steiner with the other esteemed guests will be present here and will witness everything. We are looking forward to welcoming them here.

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