Our friends Randy and Justin from GoodGood Hospitality (Friends, Woodstack BBQ) will be serving schnitzel, wursts, pretzels and more!
We will feature three unique German-style beers, including our award -winning St. Helen's Oktoberfest Lager and Ein Prosit Hefeweizen.
The Johnny Koenig Band, all the way from Pittsburgh, PA, will be playing traditional Polka hits all four days! Learn how to do the Chicken Dance, sing Ein Prosit, and if you can, figure out who the heck is Alice?
YES! Our taproom is always family friendly, and Oktoberfest is no exception. However, the later it gets, the more likely you are to hear a few choice words from party-goers.
You should 100% dress up! We wear lederhosen and dirndls (leather trousers and traditional German dresses) every day of Oktoberfest. Many of our customers join in the fun and culture as well! Dressing the part is the best way to get into the spirit of Oktoberfest!
2023 Oktoberfest begins at 4pm on Thursday, Sep 28 and runs until 8 pm on Sunday, Oct 1.
There will be German-style cuisine all four days of Oktoberfest, including schnitzel, pretzels, red cabbage, knockwurst, and more!
YES! Our collectible steins are available for purchase starting at 4pm on Sep 28. The .4L glass stein is the perfect vessel for imbibing on copious amounts of St. Helen's Oktoberfest Lager! Both the ceramic and glass steins are made in Germany.
If the parking lots adjacent to the brewery are full, there is parking closer to downtown on both Toombs Street and Lee Street, only a 5 min walk from the brewery.
Wear red on Friday (RED: Remember everyone deployed)
Prost! means cheers. you'll hear it alot!
At 6pm on Thursday, the OFFICIAL keg-tapping ceremony will take place.