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2019 Guide to Colorado’s Oktoberfest Celebrations

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This post was sponsored and supported by Paulaner USA

Believe it or not, summer is once again drawing to a close, but before we dive into pumpkin spice bombs and fresh hop season, let us raise a liter to German-style beers with a round-up of Colorado’s craft beer-centric Oktoberfest celebrations. So lace up those dirndls and strap on the lederhosen it’s time for the beautifully crisp, easy-drinking, toasted malt forward profile of Oktoberfest Märzen lagers. Check out our craft beer guide to Colorado’s Oktoberfest celebrations. Keep in mind, we’ll keep adding Oktoberfest beers from Colorado’s craft breweries as they’re released, as well as Oktoberfest celebration events as they’re announced.

Colorado Craft Breweries That Have Already Released Oktoberfest Beers This Year

  • 105 West Brewing – Dirty Logger Oktoberfest Lager
  • 4 Noses Brewing – Oktoberfest
  • Avery Brewing – The Kaiser Imperial Oktoberfest
  • Boulder Beer – Festbier
  • Bristol Brewing – Red Baron Oktoberfest
  • Camber Brewing – Oktoberfest Lager
  • City Star Brewing – Oktoberfest Festbier
  • Great Divide – Hoss Oktoberfest Lager
  • Green Mountain Beer Company – Märzen
  • Grimm Brothers – Farmer’s Daughter
  • Guanella Pass Brewing – O’zapft is! Oktoberfest Märzen
  • Halfpenny Brewing – Oktoberfest
  • Epic Brewing – Fest Devious Marzen
  • Left Hand Brewing – Oktoberfest
  • Liquid Mechanics Brewing  – Märzen
  • Little Machine Beer – Märzen Attacks Festbier
  • Mountain Cowboy Brewing – Augtober Festbier
  • Odell Brewing – Oktoberfest
  • Ska Brewing – Oktoberfest
  • Ratio Beerworks – Stay Gold Oktoberfest Märzen

Something we missed? Is your brewery hosting an Oktoberfest event? Feel free to contact us and we’ll update this list.


Upcoming Oktoberfest Celebrations and Releases

KlineFest Party @ Kline’s Beer Hall – 7519 Grandview Ave, Arvada, CO

Friday, September 6 from 5pm-11pm

Beer: Prost Brewing Marzen and Weissebier

Other Highlights: Live Music by Polka Folka starting at 8:00pm. Those who arrive in full “Tracht”, or traditional clothing will receive their first beer from the KlineFest List. Custom made steins.


Vail Oktoberfest @ Lionshead Village – 380 E. Lionshead Circle, Vail CO

Friday, September 6 – Sunday, September 8, 12am-10pm

Beer: Spaten

Other Highlights: Live music, stein hoisting, costume contest, keg bowling, brat eating contest.


Breckenridge Oktoberfest @ Breckenridge Resort –1627 Ski Hill Rd Breckenridge, CO

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Friday, September 6 – Sunday, September 8

Beer: Paulaner

Other Highlights: Over three dozen German food vendors, German-themed games like hammerschlagen, Bavarian lederhosen, Oompah and polka dancing


Lowry Oktoberfest @ Lowry Beer Garden – 7577 E Academy Blvd, Denver, CO

Friday, September 6 from 6-10pm

Beer: TBA Oktoberfest Beers

Other Highlights: TBA


Docktoberfest @ Dry Dock Brewing – 15120 E Hampden Ave, Aurora, CO

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Saturday, September 7, 11am-11pm

Beer: Docktoberfest Lager release

Other Highlights: Stein holding competition at 2pm. Music from Polka Folka, German food from Wing Hut. Free to attend.


Frisco Fall Fest @ Town of Frisco – 1 W Main St, Frisco, CO

Saturday, September 7 from 11am-4pm

Beer: Ayinger, Hofbräu and Weihenstephan

Other Highlights: All the best Frisco restaurants under one big tasting tent serving up their special small plates created just for Fall Fest. Coyote Gold Margaritas and Live Music.


Marzen Octoberfest Beer Release @ Großen Bart Brewery – 1025 Delaware Ave Unit A, Longmont, CO

Saturday, September 7, 12am-11:30pm

Beer: Friendly Mutton Chop Marzen beer release

Other Highlights: Großen Bart Octoberfest stein


WIBtoberfest @ Wibby Brewing – 209 Emery Street, Longmont, CO

Saturday, September 7, 11am-11:45pm

Beer: WIBtoberfest Märzen-style Lager release, specialty beer releases every hour

Other Highlights:

11am: Traditional Alphorns will ring in the celebratory Firkin Tapping of Wibby’s seasonal release, Wibtoberfest Märzen, which will be FREE until the firkin runs dry! Hourly releases of specialty beers.

Double-elimination Corntoberfest Tournament, Lagerlympics with lawn games games like Stein Hoisting; HammerSchlagen; Hippity-Hop Relays + Malt Sack Races; Keg Bowling, one-legged Flamingo stands, Hula-Hoop contests, Bumper Cars, and more! A parade of your best dressed pets in costume. Musical performances from Jackson Cloud Odyssey, Half Passed Grass, a modern, technical, yet traditional German Polka band, @Tanzkapelle, accompanied by a Colorado Alphorn Events duo will get you yodeling in lederhosen + dirndls!

Art by/benefitting Firehouse Art Center + other interactive special artisan vendors! Food from Gunter’s Bavarian Grill, Cheese Love Grill, + ElTacoDisco.


Oktoberfest Release @ Platt Park Brewing  – 1875 S Pearl Sreet, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 7, 10am-11:30pm

Beer: Oktoberfest Marzen release available on-draft and in 16oz 4-packs

Other Highlights: N/A


Oktoberfest @ Locavore Beer Works  – 5950 S Platte Canyon Rd, Littleton, CO

Saturday, September 7, 11am-11pm

Beer: Liter specials on special Paulaner beers

Other Highlights: Mäß holding competition and mug club sign-ups.


Paulaner Oktoberfest Après Party @ Après Handcrafted Libations – 130 S Main St, Breckenridge, CO

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Saturday, September 7, 6pm-9pm

Beer: Das Litre Bier Märzen release

Other Highlights: Free swag giveaway


Odell Oktoberfest Celebration @ Odell Brewing Fort Collins  – 800 E Lincoln Ave, Fort Collins, CO

Sunday, September 8, 11am-6pm

Beer: Odell Oktoberfest Marzen

Other Highlights: First 150 attendees get $10 Oktoberfest mug and fill. Music from Polka Folka, food from The Tramp About.


Barbarian Feast @ The Farmhouse -1015 S Lincoln Ave, Loveland, CO

Thursday, September 12, 6pm-9pm

Beer: Grimm Brothers Beers

Other Highlights: Storytelling, beers, and communal barbarian inspired dinner all included for $60 admission. Platters piled high with meats and root vegetables roasted over an open flame served with a bread plate and no utensils. Bring your own knife.


Oktoberfest @ Denver’s Union Station – 1701 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO

Friday, September 13 from 6-9pm

Beer: Dry Dock Brewing, Denver Beer Co., Odell Brewing, Left Hand Brewing

Other Highlights: Music from the Polkanauts, stein-holding competition with a prize of a free night’s stay at The Crawford Hotel.


OktoberWest 2019 @ Steamboat Mountain Village – 2305 Mount Werner Cir, Steamboat, CO

Friday, September 13 – Saturday, September 14

Beer: Friday night beer stroll, and Saturday Beer Garden featuring 40 Colorado craft breweries

Other Highlights: Beef cook-off tasting and live music


2019 Oktoberfest @ 4 Noses Brewing – 8855 W 116th Cir, Broomfield, CO

Friday, September 13 – Saturday, September 14

Beer: 4 Noses Oktoberfest Marzen Lager

Other Highlights: 4 Noses Oktoberfest Glass boots, soft pretzels, Stein Holding Contest at 8pm each night



Vail Oktoberfest @ Vail Village – 12 Vail Road, Suite 500, Vail, CO

Friday, September 13 – Sunday, September 15, 12am-10pm

Beer: Spaten

Other Highlights: Klement’s Bratwurst Eating Contests, Stein Lifting Contests and Keg Bowling Contests, Costume Contest, music from Helmut Fricker and the Rhinelanders Band, yodeling and alpenhorn blowing, and German fare.


Parker Oktoberfest Dachschund Races @ O’Brien Memorial Park  – 10795 Victorian Dr, Parker, CO

Friday, September 13 – Sunday, September 15

Beer: Paulaner

Other Highlights: German music, biergarten, late-night German techno dance party, Grimm Brother’s Fairytale performance, Oktoberfest Pageant, grape stomp competition, corn hole tournament, Daschund Races on Sunday, September 15 at 11am.


Barnett’s Oktoberfest @ Barnett and Son Brewing –18425 Pony Express Dr Unit 125, Parker, CO

Friday, September 13 – Saturday, September 14 from 5-8pm

Beer: Oktoberfest Marzen & Dunkelweizen

Other Highlights: Authentic German food and a stein-hoisting competition each night. German oom-pah music of Denver’s Thirsty 5 and costumes welcome.


Lone Tree Oktoberfest & Market @ Lone Tree Brewing – 8222 Park Meadows Dr, Lone Tree, CO

Saturday, September 14 from 11am-10pm

Beer: Lone Tree Brewing’s FestBier Lager release

Other Highlights: Fall Farmer’s Market at 11am. Polka Band from 1-5pm , Stein Hoisting Competition at 4pm, Woodhill Small Batch BBQ serving up beer brats, sauerkraut and other traditional German Style food.

Oktoberfest @ The Jailhouse Craft Beer Bar – 412 E. Main St, Buena Vista, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 14 from Noon-10pm

Beer: Buena Vista’s The Jailhouse Craft Beer Bar will host its 4th annual All-Colorado Oktoberfest Celebration featuring beers from Bierstadt Lagerhaus.

Other Highlights: They’ll also have beer cheese and pretzels!


Jessup Farm Oktoberfest @ Jessup Farm Artisan Village  – 1921 Jessup Dr, Fort Collins, CO

Saturday, September 14 from 11am-10pm

Beer: Jessup Farm Barrelhouse release of FestBeir – an Oktoberfest Lager.

Other Highlights: $30 ticket includes a beer, a brat, and live music by The Roctors at 6:30 PM and Steve Manshel at 8:00 PM.


Ratio Beerworks Oktoberfest Celebration @ Ratio Beerworks – 2920 Larimer St. Denver, CO

Saturday, September 14 from Noon – Midnight

Beer: Stay Gold Oktoberfest Marzen Lager

Other Highlights: Axe throwing, hammerschlagen, Brats and German fare, $10 keep the .5L commemorative mug deal.


Oktave Märzen Release @ Ursula Brewing – 2101 N Ursula St Unit 10, Aurora, Co

Saturday, September 15 from 12-9pm

Beer: Oktave Märzen release


WeldWerks Oktoberfest Celebration @ WeldWerks Brewing  – 508 8th Ave, Greeley, CO

Friday, September 20 – Saturday, September 21 from Noon – 10pm

Beer: Helles (collaboration with Zwei Brewing) / Just Gose – Leipzig-style Gose / Märzenator – Doppelbock-style beer brewed in the Märzen tradition / Barrel Aged Märzenator – Märzenator aged in freshly emptied 5-7 year bourbon barrels, and lagered it cold IN THE BARRELS for 6 months – available on-draft and in 16oz cans to-go.


Oktoberfest @ Comrade Brewing – 7667 E Illif Ave Ste F, Denver, CO

Friday, September 20, Noon-9pm

Beer: Release of Comrade’s Oktoberfest Lager

Other Highlights: Bring your German glassware to be filled, Costumes encouraged. Wing Wagon Grill will be serving up grilled Whole Foods Sausage soaked in Comrade Oktoberfest beer.


Denver Oktoberfest @ 2100 Larimer St, Denver, CO

Friday, September 20 – Sunday, September 22

Beer: Spaten Franziskaner-Bräu

Other Highlights:

– The World Championship Stein Hoisting Competition
– The Brat Eating Contest
– Keg Bowling
– Stein Racing
– The Long Dog Derby (Wiener Dog Race)
– Adult Tricycle Racing
– Beer Barrel Roll

Live Music by:
Denver’s Thirsty 5
Polkanauts
Polka Folka
Funkiphino
The Denver Dolls
Rick Borger & The Average German Band
Hot Schnapps Band
and More!
– Silent Disco (FRI, SAT Nights)
– Costume Contest



105 West Oktoberfest @ 105 West Brewing – 1043 Park St, Castle Rock, CO

Friday, September 20 – Sunday, September 22 from Noon-9pm

Beer: Dirty Logger Oktoberfest Lager

Other Highlights: Live music, German food, German games


Oktoberfest Boulder @ Central Park – 13th & Canyon, Boulder, CO

Friday, September 20 – Sunday, September 22 from 2pm-11pm

Beer: Paulaner Beer

Other Highlights: Commemorative Stein, Live music, German food, $5 stein fills.


Longmont Oktoberfest Presented by Left Hand Brewing @ Roosevelt Park – 700 Longs Peak Avenue, Longmont, CO

Friday, September 20 – Saturday, September 22, 4pm – 10pm

Beer: Left Hand Brewing and 15+ other Longmont breweries and distilleries

Other Highlights: Two nights of Yonder Mountain String Band and performances from: Head for the Hills (Fort Collins), Elephant Collective Showcase (Boulder County), Bonnie & Clydes (Longmont), The Drunken Hearts (Boulder), Foxfeather Music (Longmont), The Lonesome Days (Northern CO), Francis Andthe Wolf(Longmont), Rosh & The Blind Cafe Orchestra (Boulder), and Clandestine Amigo (Longmont).


Oktoberfest Party & Vienna Lager Release @ Odyssey Beerwerk 5535 W 56th Ave, Ste 107, Arvada, CO

Friday, September 20 from 7-11pm

Beer: Odyssey Vienna Lager release with a firkin tapping at 7pm, first beer free from firkin while supplies last.

Other Highlights: MUSIC from Polka Folka starting immediately after tapping! FOOD from El Jefe’s Smothered Brats and Tots!


Something we missed? Is your brewery hosting an Oktoberfest event? Feel free to contact us and we’ll update this list.


Burly Oktoberfest @ BURLY Brewing – 680 Atchison Way, Suite 800, Castle Rock, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 11am-11pm

Beer: OKTOBURLY release

Other Highlights: German bands playing seasonal music, a BURLY Man Can hoisting challenge, a food truck serving some German-style offerings.


Oktoberfest at BBBC @ Bent Barley Brewing Company – 6200 South Main Street, Unit 110, Aurora, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 12pm-11pm

Beer: Oktoberfest beer release

Other Highlights: Pre-sales of 1L and .5L Oktoberfest custom mugs with Oktoberfest bier fill and pretzel.


Jake’s Brew Bar Oktoberfest @ Jake’s Brew Bar – 2530 W Main St, Littleton, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 2pm-Midnight

Beer: Many Oktoberfest-style beers

Other Highlights:

$25 Includes the following:
• 1st ever Jake’s stein glass,
• 1st pour of one of our many German style offerings for free!
• German pretzel brat to lay down your base
• $1 off all German or Oktoberfest style beers!


Oktoberfest Kickoff Party @ Prost Brewing Company Fort Collins – 321 Old Firehouse Alley, Fort Collins, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 6pm-11pm

Beer: Oktoberfest Marzen beer release

Other Highlights: Rhine Landers polka style band will be starting at 7pm. Nomad Pizza and Bratly Crew will be providing food dishes paired with our Marzen. And yes we will be having Mass (1 liter mug) holding competitions. Lederhosen and dirndl German attire highly encouraged, Prost!


2 Penguins Oktoberfest @ 2 Penguins Tap & Grill – 13065 E Briarwood Ave, Centennial, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 11am-9pm

Beer: Special Bierstadt Lagerhaus Tapping

Other Highlights:

3-6PM //Stein Hoisting Competition
3-6PM //Lederhosen and Dirndl costume contests
3PM // Car show in our parking lot
6-9PM // Live Music with the Paul Glover Duo


Zwei’s 5th Annual Oktoberfest @ Zwei Brewing – 4612 S Mason St, Fort Collins, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 11am-10pm

Beer: Zwei Marzen release

Other Highlights: German fare from Gunter’s Bavarian Grill, live music, dirndl and Lederhosen welcome


Bierstadt Munich Express @ Bierstadt Lagerhaus – 2875 Blake Street, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 11am-4pm

Beer: Bierstadt Oktoberfest Tapping straight from the tank

Other Highlights:

$60 ticket includes:

– FIVE – 0,5L Oktoberfest Pours (One per location)
– Entry to Drink Rino Oktoberfest ($20 value)
– Shuttle Service Between Stops
– Bierstadt Tour Guide

Stops at Bierstadt Lagerhaus, Falling Rock Taphouse, Hops & Pie, Goed Zuur, and Finn’s Manor


DRiNK RiNo Oktoberfest @ Bierstadt Lagerhaus – 2875 Blake Street, Denver, CO

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Saturday, September 21, 12pm-10pm

Beer: Oktoberfest Märzens & Fall Seasonals from Stem Ciders, Bierstadt Lagerhaus, Epic Brewing Company – Denver Taproom, Ratio Beerworks, The Infinite Monkey Theorem, The Block Distilling Co., Our Mutual Friend Brewery, Mockery Brewing, Great Divide Brewing Co., Bigsby’s Folly-A Craft Winery, Ironton Distillery & Crafthouse, Odell Brewing Co, River North Brewery, Black Shirt Brewing Co, C Squared Ciders

Other Highlights: Bring your own Maß or rent one, Masskrugstemmen Competition, Classic German Food, Oompah bands galore. $20 ticket includes 0,5l Mug & 1 liter worth of beer. Tickets available here.


GMBC 2nd Annual Oktoberfest @ Green Mountain Beer Company – 2585 S Lewis Way, Lakewood, CO

Saturday, September 21 from Noon-10pm

Beer:$5.00 steins of GMBC Märzen all day long!

Other Highlights: DJ spinning festive music and authentic polka on vinyl, Axe throwing, Lederhosen contest with prizes.


Highlands Ranch Oktoberfest @ Highlands Ranch Town Center – W. Highlands Ranch Pkwy & Town Center Dr., Highlands Ranch, CO

Saturday, September 21, 2-10pm

Beer: Paulaner

Other Highlights: Live German Music, Live Rock Music, German Dancing, Games, Rides & Inflatables for the Kids, Magician/Balloon Artist, Dachshund Races


Hoptoberfest @ High Hops Brewery – 6461 State Highway 392, Windsor, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 3-9pm

Beer: Destro Dunkel Marzen, and Cherbocka Dark Lager aged on black and tart cherries release

Other Highlights: German Foods from Chaulkboard Gourmet Express including bratwursts, soft pretzels, and beer cheese made with High Hops beer and limited edition 1L tankards


Stevetoberfest @ Envy Brewing – 3027 E Harmony Rd Suite #2, Fort Collins, CO

Saturday, September 21 from 4-10pm

Beer: Envy Brewing’s Oktoberfest beer, Old Towne Kolsch (Pateros Creek Collab) and Envy Brewing’s Schwartz Beer Collab with Woods Boss

Other Highlights: Live music and special food menu


Fortoberfest @ Downtown Fort Collins –19 Old Town Square, Suite 230, Fort Collins, CO

Saturday, September 21, 1-10pm

Beer: Odell Brewing and Prost Brewing beers.

Other Highlights: Live music from WhiteWater RambleMaxwell Mud, Cary Morin, Crescent City Connection, Guerrilla Fanfare and Moves at Midnight and German-style cuisine.



Oktoberfest @ Station 26 Brewing – 7045 E 38th Ave, Denver, CO

Sunday, September 22, 11am – 9pm

Beer: Oktoberfest Märzen-style Lager release

Other Highlights: Lederhosen and dirndls welcome, live music from classic German polka band The Rhinelanders from 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. on our patio. Traditional German and Austrian cuisine from Schnitzelwirt.


Oktoberfest! @ Peak to Peak Tap & Brew – 7045 E 38th Ave, Denver, CO

Sunday, September 22, 11am – 9pm

Beer:

Peak to Peak Tap & Brew A Kölsch Has No Name
High Hops The Weize One Hefeweizen
Zwei Brewing NeueVienna Lager
Tivoli Brewing Co. Thirst Hoppy Marzen
Bierstadt Lagerhaus Oktoberfest
Locavore Beer Works Friend of the Devil Schwarzbier

Other Highlights: Masskrugstemmen (Bier Stein holding) contest at 6pm, yard games including Hammerschlagen, and Beer Brats, German Pork Sliders, Potato Pancakes.


Greeley OktoBREWfest  @ Lincoln Park – 8th Street and 9th Avenue, Greeley, CO

Friday, September 27 – Saturday, September 28

Beer: Craft beer from various Northern Colorado breweries

Other Highlights: food vendors, games, face painting, pie eating contest, stein hoisting contest.


2019 Colorado Springs OktoberFest @ Western Museum of Mining and Industry 225 North Gate Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO

Friday, September 27 – Sunday, September 29

Beer: TBA

Other Highlights: Food Vendors, Live Bands, Dancing, Wiener Dog Races, Stein Hoisting Contest, Costume Contest, Keg Tapping, Retail Vendors, Wine Tastings (Ticket Required); and Beer School


Denver Oktoberfest @ 2100 Larimer St, Denver, CO

Friday, September 27 – Sunday, September 29

Beer: Spaten Franziskaner-Bräu

Other Highlights:

– The World Championship Stein Hoisting Competition
– The Brat Eating Contest
– Keg Bowling
– Stein Racing
– The Long Dog Derby (Wiener Dog Race)
– Adult Tricycle Racing
– Beer Barrel Roll

Live Music by:
Denver’s Thirsty 5
Polkanauts
Polka Folka
Funkiphino
The Denver Dolls
Rick Borger & The Average German Band
Hot Schnapps Band
and More!
– Silent Disco (FRI, SAT Nights)
– Costume Contest


Westminster Oktoberfest @ Downtown Westminster – 5453 W. 88th Ave., Westminster, CO

Saturday, September 28 from 10am – 9pm

Beer: Warsteiner

Other Highlights: German food, music, dancing, arts and crafts, exhibits, educational booths


Seedstock Oktoberfest @ Seedstock Brewery – 3610 W Colfax Ave, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 28 from 11am – 11pm

Beer: Special beer releases

Other Highlights:

-Free pint if you come dressed in lederhosen or dirndl
-Stein hoisting competition
-Cornhole
-Hammerschlagen
-Polka music by the very talented The Alan Polivka Band
-Tasty traditional German food from The Slider Side of Life food truck


Oktoberfest @ Halfpenny Brewing – 5150 E Arapahoe Rd, Unit D1-B, Centennial, CO

Saturday, September 28 from 11am – 11pm

Beer: Oktoberfest, Schwarzbier, and Helles

Other Highlights: Food Choices International serving up German food, music games and more.


DOGtoberfest @ River North Brewery – 6021 Washington St, Unit A, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 28 from 12pm – 9pm

Beer: TBA

Other Highlights:

An adoption event with Big Bones Canine Rescue!
A doggy costume contest!
Food by Little Reds Kitchen!
A silent auction featuring local businesses!


Oktoberfest @ Pikes Peak Brewing – 1756 Lake Woodmoor Dr, Monument, CO

Saturday, September 28 from 11am-11pm

Beer: Pikes Peak Oktoberfest release

Other Highlights: German food being provided by The Stube, live music from Pourly Edukated at 1PM, Jeremy Facknitz at 4PM and Rum Creek at 7PM! Jack’s Axe Throwing will also be here at 2PM


Black Forest Oktoberfest @ Black Forest Brewing –11590 Black Forest Rd #50, Black Forest, CO

Saturday, September 28 – Sunday, September 29

Beer: TBA

Other Highlights: Brats, Music, Contests


Copper Kettle Oktoberfest 2019 @ Copper Kettle Brewing – 1338 S Valentia St, Ste 100, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 28 from 12pm – 10pm

Beer: Oktoberfest

Other Highlights: Commemorative stein glasses, Schnitzelwirt Food Truck


Wellington Oktoberfest @ Centennial Park – 3815 Harrison Ave, Wellington, CO

Saturday, September 28, 1pm-7pm

Beer: Soul Squared Brewing

Other Highlights:  Family friendly, food, beer, silent auction, music.


Castle Rock Oktoberfest @ Wilcox Square – 301 Wilcox Street, Castle Rock, CO

Saturday, September 28, 1pm-9pm

Beer: TBA

Other Highlights:  TBA


Prost Brewing Oktoberfest @ Prost Brewing Company – 2540 19th St, Denver, CO

Saturday, September 28, 3pm-6pm

Beer: Prost Oktoberfest

Other Highlights:  TBA

Something we missed? Is your brewery hosting an Oktoberfest event? Feel free to contact us and we’ll update this list.


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  1. Great venue, friendly staff, and the most horrid “German music” I have ever encountered. Singer was terribly off key, too darn loud (not able to converse with any friends), and his German was laughable at best. I was hoping they would take a break, but only gave us 10 minutes of serenity. When he came back, we left. Get a new gig for next year and then we will try again.

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