Burton is set to be overflowing with steins and stomping with lederhosen, as the town's first Oktoberfest kicks off next month.
The National Brewery Centre, in Horninglow Street, will pay homage to the world's largest beer and folk festival, and will see its courtyard transformed with the sound of Oompah music, foot stomping, table bashing and hearty singing galore.
Hungry guests can enjoy plenty of traditional German grub from the food tent including bratwursts, schnitzels and apple strudel.
There will be entertainment in the form of The Yorkshire Oompah Band who will be getting everyone on their feet with their vast repertoire of traditional German Oompah music mixed with modern classics in an Oompah style including Bohemian Rhapsody, Sweet Caroline and It Must Be Love.
David Edwards, general manager at the National Brewery Centre, said he is excited to bring the traditions of the festival to the people of Burton.
He said: "This is the first time as a centre and we wanted to dip our toe and see how we get on. There is lots going on elsewhere and normally you have to travel out of town for something on this scale so we are hoping it will put Burton on the map.
"We host lots of events but I am particularly looking forward to this one. Burton has been twinned with Lingen, in West Germany, since 1983 so there is history there which adds credibility and something for us to build on.
Because it won't be quite the size of Munich's Oktoberfest people will need to book their tickets fast. We have sold 30 per cent of them already and have not long announced the event so that is very promising."
Oktoberfest began in 1810 to celebrate the marriage of Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese of Sace-Hildburghausen. The royal newlyweds deemed the party so great that they wanted to repeat it every year and so Oktoberfest has been celebrated in Munich every fall since then.
Oktoberfest at The National Brewery Centre will take place on Friday, October 13 and Saturday, October 14.
Friday's entertainment will kick off at 6pm until 11pm while Saturday's will take place from noon until 5pm and then 6pm until 11pm.
Ticket prices start from £10 and VIP tables, complete with gifts, table service and front row seats, are also available. To book yours head to the website here