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ON TAP: Oktoberfest continues in the ATL and beyond

Oktoberfest kicks into high gear for October

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Photo credit: Tony Paris
FAMILY FUN: Nolan Bennett performs at Round Trip Brewing Company during the brewery's Oktoberfest event Saturday, Sep. 25.

Duluth’s Good Word Brewing celebrates their fourth annual Oktoberfest, Sat., Oct. 2, from noon to 5 p.m. with two new canned beers — Good Word Drink Time, a Marzen-style lager; and Good Word Retrocausality, a Festbier. Purchase a branded Oktoberfest liter mug for $25 and your first draft pour is included. Good Word is also featuring a traditional-style German menu along with their usual full menu.

Eventide Brewing in Grant Park celebrates their third annual Oktoberfest Sat., Oct. 2, from 2-9 p.m. with SEVEN German-style beers and a chance to win free beer for a year! VIP tickets include a liter stein (with unlimited draft pours), an Oktoberfest t-shirt, a six-pack of Festbier, and access to their VIP only Barrel-Aged Weizenbock. Check out our Eventide podcast!

Kennesaw’s first-ever Oktoberfest Beer Festival also takes place Sat., Oct. 2, at The Nest Kennesaw, with all proceeds going to Bottleshare, which provides programs and services to those in the the craft beer industry.

Hapeville’s Arches Brewing celebrates Oktoberfest and their fifth anniversary Friday and Saturday, Oct. 1and 2, with a special bottle release of their new Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout and food from Pat’s Poutine. Saturday’s activities include a costume contest for humans and pets. Check out our Arches podcast!

The Westside’s Fire Maker Brewing Company celebrates their Second Annual Oktoberfest Celebration all day Sat., Oct. 16, featuring German beers, Oktoberfest-themed food, and live music. Check out our Fire Maker podcast!

Marietta’s Glover Park Brewery celebrates the return of their traditional Oktoberfest Marzen called Holy Schnitzel, loaded with Munich malts. Check out our Glover Park podcast!

Horned Owl Brewing in Kennesaw will celebrate Oktoberfest Oct. 1-3 featuring authentic German pub grub, live music, stein hoist competitions, and of course, plenty of new beers like a German Festbier, Munich Dunkel Lager, Graham Cracker Porter, and a Vienna Lager.

Lawrenceville’s Ironshield Brewing is now pouring their Oktoberfest Bavarian Lager. Check out our Ironshield podcast!

Line Creek Brewing Company in Peachtree City celebrates Oktoberfest on Sat., Oct. 2 from noon to 11 p.m. featuring a great selection of German brews, German street-food and music, and they’ll have special steins for sale as well. Check out our Line Creek podcast!

Join the Westside’s Round Trip Brewing Company for a week of Oktoberfest events, starting Fri., Sep. 24 through Sunday Oct. 3, including live music, sausage eating contests, small dog races, and German food and brews. Check out our Round Trip podcast!

Marietta’s Schoolhouse Brewing celebrates their second annual Oktoberfest party on Sat., Oct. 9. They’ll have live music from Auf Gehts as well as this year’s Marzen. Free to attend!

Celebrate Oktoberfest in Suwanee at StillFire Brewing Oct. 2-3 featuring traditional German food and music and FIVE brand-new authentic German beers including Marzen, Doppelbock, Hefeweizen, Dunkelweizenbock, and German Chocolate Cake Sticke Altbier. Check out our StillFire podcast!

Tucker Brewing Company celebrates their fourth annual Tucktoberfest celebration Sep. 18 through Oct. 3 featuring beer in steins, German eats, giant pretzels, games, polka bands, craft vendors and more! Check out our Tucker Brewing podcast!





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