Prust! This Saturday, October 19th there are a couple of craft beer focused Oktoberfest-style events happening around Los Angeles! Conveniently, all those pop-up Halloween super-stores also carry lederhosen and dirndl, so grab some garb and raise your stien!
The people behind Link N Hops and the 55 Degrees bottle shop are throwing an Oktoberfest in Atwater Village with a great tap list! on Saturday and Sunday (the 19th and 20th) form 1p.m – 5p.m. Here are some details:
The Link N Hops Oktoberfest is all about promoting local craft beer and delicious quality food with a variety of options including vegan and gluten free.
Sip on a variety of seasonal specialty beers by four amazing Southern California breweries and munch on a savory sausage with Belgian fries. Enjoy the cooler fall weather of Los Angeles at Atwater Village’s own sausage and craft beer spot, Link N Hops.
Each brewery will feature Oktoberfest- or Fall-inspired specialty beers like Pumpkin and amber ales. The breweries involved include Bootleggers, Hangar 24, New Belgium, and Golden Road.
- A $27 ticket ($37 at the door) gets you six tasters of 6 ounces each, plus a food option, which includes a sausage sandwich plus fries (one day per ticket).
- A $20 ticket ($30 at the door) gets you six tasters of 6 ounces each (no food, one day per ticket).
And here is a look at the prelimiary tap list:
- Bootlegger’s Brewery:
- Pumpkin Ale (limited release)
- 80 Anniversary (limited release)
- Hangar 24 Brewery:
- Oktoberfest (Fall seasonal)
- New Belgium:
- Pumpkick (seasonal)
- Paardebloem (limited release)
- Golden Road:
- One Hundred & Two (limited release)
- Burning Bush Smoked IPA (limited release)
On Saturday the 19th, Angel City Brewery and the Angel City Derby Girls are throwing an Oktoberfest party at the Arts District brewery and public house from noon – 8p.m.:
The Derby Girls will be at Angel City Brewery to preside over the ceremonial tapping of the brewery’s Oktoberfest beer at 12:30pm with Brewer Dieter Foerstner. Then the party continues with a Derby Girl photo booth – that’s right, squeeze up close, they only LOOK like they bite. Ping pong, darts, corn hole and ladder toss competitions will be taking place all day. There will be live music by RT N’ the 44’s, great food from the Currywurst food truck and of course, there will be plenty of beer flowing. The event will help support the Derby Girls’ mission to keep L.A. rolling.
The ACB Octoberfest is a really tasty craft lager from one of LA’s only breweries seriously committed to brewing lager styles.