Oktoberfest Stryn

Oktoberfest Stryn

The big party of the year - Oktoberfest Stryn - happens on 20-21. September, and in connection with this invite you to both vorspiel and recovery in fresh mountain air.

NB! Everyone with valid tickets to Oktoberfest Stryn gets a 20% discount on return tickets Friday, Saturday and Sunday! Show the bracelet when you buy a ticket in the ticket booth.

Friday: Vorspiel with the Hofbrauhaus Show

The Hofbrauhaus Show, which until recently was a permanent band of the world's most famous tavern in Munich, made the trip to Oktoberfest Stryn for the first time last year. This year they will return, and before the concert in "Bierstube" in Stryn Friday night they warm up with a mini concert at Mt. Hoven at 7pm.

They refer to themselves as a Bavarian treat - "Gemutlichkeit" in the proper sense of the word. From the scene, musical delicacies flow out, according to the true Bavarian recipe, garnished with good humor and served in a lively way. The treats ranges from international hits to typical Oktoberfest style. Today, the band travels around the world to entertain and bring the right Oktoberfest feel to the people.

Saturday: Vorspiel with Tresfjord Janitsjar

Tresfjord Janitsjar provides good atmosphere and pure “ompa” music Saturday from 3.30pm, and will play in two sections until about 6 pm.

Find out more about the legendary Oktoberfest Stryn!

Burger & fries is never wrong

Burger & fries is never wrong

Hofrauhaus Show

Hofrauhaus Show

Hoven Restaurant & Bar

Hoven Restaurant & Bar

Show Dinner with "Entertainers by Wallmans"

Show Dinner with "Entertainers by Wallmans"

Join us for an exciting party night at Hoven Restaurant on Saturday, October 26 at 8 pm! We offer a three course menu hosted by music from “Entertainers by Wallmans!” This evening is guaranteed to be festive!

Three course menu with entertainment and return trip with Loen Skylift: NOK 995 per person.

Please note that there is a limited number of seats for the event.

"Entertainers by Wallmans" comes with talented artists who offer both solo numbers and infectious medleys from famous songs throughout the last decade. Of course it is allowed to sing along!

After dinner, a DJ serves more catchy music! Last ride down at 1 am.

ACCOMMODATION AT HOTEL ALEXANDRA?

Hotel Alexandra offers good prices for accommodation in connection with the show night at Mt. Hoven. Double room from NOK 1150 per person (single room supplement NOK 350), which includes accommodation with breakfast and entrance in Alexandra Bath.

Book accommodation: 57 87 50 50 or alex@alexandra.no

Whisky Dinner

Whisky Dinner

In collaboration with Whisky expert and Senior Brand Ambassador for Diageo - Mikael Lunden - we invite you to Whisky Dinner 1011 meters above the fjord in Hoven Restaurant on November 9. A perfect gift for Dad the day before Father's Day?

We serve a four-course menu of traditional Norwegian food with a twist, combined with some of the best whisky varieties that Mortlach produces. And maybe there will be a surprise or two during the evening?

Four-course menu, aperitif and whisky, lectures and ticket round trip Loen Skylift: kr. 1295, -.

Last run down is at 24:00 this day. Collect your ticket in Fjordshop.

Mortlach History

Mortlach was the name of the original village which sprang up around the abbey of the name, founded by Saint Moluag in the 7th century. With the building of Dufftown in 1817 the old name fell in abeyance – apart from the distillery.

The distillery was the first to be licensed within Dufftown, being founded by James Findlater, Donald Mackintosh and Alex Gordon in 1823. It passed briefly into the hands of the Grant-brothers of Glen Grant fame who gutted the buildings and used the equipment for their distillery in Rothes.

It was George Cowie and his son Alexander who, from the 1850s on, recommenced whisky production and steered Mortlach to a pre-eminent position as a blending malt.

Although no-one is sure where the unique distillation regime originated, its adherence to richness and weight singles Mortlach out as one of the distilleries with a robust belief in the older ways of making whisky.

It remained in the Cowie’s hands until 1923 when it became part of John Walker & Sons and from there via DCL into Diageo.

In 2014, it was announced that a mirror image of the existing distillery would be built which, when completed, will double total capacity (source: Scotch Whisky).

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The host of the night: Mikael Lundén

Mikael Lundén is the Senior Nordic Brand Ambassador Whisky & Rum, Diageo Reserve & Member of the Keepers of the Quaich. Mikael is working with the Johnnie Walker Super de Luxe-range, the Malt Whisky-portfolio and Ron Zacapa.

Mikael has a long and reputed track record with multi-global companies and his dedicated work has led to success for many of the brands. Inspire, engage, educate and enthuse are the catchwords in Mikael’s every day work.