Cheers To Oktoberfest In Boise

Dated: 09/26/2017

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Grab a cold one and say cheers to Oktoberfest in Boise! There are plenty of great ways to celebrate delicious brews and German heritage in the City of Trees. We've picked out three events that we think you'll love. Keep reading to find the perfect one for you!
Oktoberfest in Boise 2017

Old Boise Oktoberfest 2017
Saturday, September 30th, from 3pm to 10pm

Take to the streets of downtown Boise to celebrate Oktoberfest with Old Boise 6th and Main. You'll be able to sip authentic German beer, try your hand at games, and enjoy some amazing food. The first 500 people at the event will receive a free collectible hat pin. Grab your ticket now! Each ticket comes with one collectible glass bier stein and one free bier. You'll also get access to play games and try your hand at winning a gift card from a local business. Don't forget, there will be live music too! Enjoy tunes from Wolfie and the Bavarians, and Pilot Error.

You can purchase tickets here.

Oktoberfest with Das Alpenhaus Delikatessen LLC
Friday, September 29th, to Saturday, September 30th

Das Alpenhaus Delikatessen LLC is combining their (almost!) one year anniversary of being open with Oktoberfest. The deli specializes in Austrian, German, and Swiss groceries and food. This sounds like a tasty event to us! At the Oktoberfest celebration, you can enjoy eight different beers and an option of food: schweinehaxe (ham hock), rotkohl (red cabbage), & German potato salad; Oktoberfest Teller (3 sausages, rotkohl, sauerkraut & German potato salad); and pretzels. There will also be Gingerbread Hearts available for purchase—a German tradition!

Hoptober Freshtival 2017
Saturday, September 30th, from 12pm to 8pm

Hop on over to Broad Street to celebrate Oktoberfest with Boise Brewing! This huge block party is your opportunity to try more than 60 beers from 30 different breweries. Attendees will receive a commemorative sample mug and 10 sample tickets to taste to your heart's delight. You can purchase extra sample tickets for just $2 each.

Click here to see what breweries will be in attendance this year. Food and snacks will be available for purchase from local food trucks. This event is open to those who are 21 years or older. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased here.

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