Technically, Oktoberfest is Not a Beer Festival:
The most well-known misconception is that Oktoberfest is the world’s largest beer festival. Technically, this is untrue. Remember that Oktoberfest does not consider itself to be a beer festival. Although beer plays a significant role in the festival, it is actually regarded as a celebration of German folklore and culture.
Albuquerque hosted the filming of Beerfest:
If you have a buddy who claims to recognise the sites in Germany depicted on the Beerfest set, that friend is a vile liar. Beerfest, like many movies, was filmed in Albuquerque.
Contest for the Boot:
The movie goes on at great length and in needless scientific detail about how you must turn the boot sideways to prevent the beer bubble from bursting in your face. This section was actually done correctly. You will encounter a similar issue and need to keep in mind to rotate the boot as you drink from it if you run into Das Boot competitions at Oktoberfest. On this procedure, we’ve written before. Here is the link to the article.
Name of the Boot:
The term “the boat,” or “Das Boot” as it is also known in the film, really translates to “the boat” in German rather than “the beer boot.” The term “boat race” also relates to Jürgen Prochnow, a German actor who starred in the 1981 German film Das Boot and Beerfest, which is why these competitions are frequently referred to as “boat races”.