What would Oktoberfest be without German Beer?

Frederick County beers appropriate to the season and authentic German and Belgian imported beer. German wines in the Fest Hall. Imported Cider will be offered at all three locations: Fest Hall, Outdoor Beer Tent and Sports Tent. Plus soft drinks, roasted nuts, and so much more. Come hungry and come thirsty. Remember you are eating and drinking for charity.

We also have an Express Station at the far end of the festival that offers brats, beer, and cider!

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What would Oktoberfest be without beer? There is always an Oktoberfest brew or two on tap, and you will likely find a kolsch, but there are many more to sample. We’re also offering German wines.

Brewer's Alley and Monocacy Brewing

Brewers Alley/Monocacy Brewing

  • Oktoberfest
  • Hefeweizen
  • Kolsch
  • Pin Keg

Flying Dog

Flying Dog

  • Dogtoberfest Marzen
  • Numero Uno

Wantz Distributing

Authentic German and Belgian Imports from Wantz Distributing

Premium Pricing Applies

  • Hoegaarden
  • Leffe Blond
  • Leffe Browne
  • Spaten lager
  • Spaten Oktoberfest
  • Franziskaner
  • Stella Artois Cidre



On Site 15 Tokens/$15

25 oz Refills 8 Tokens/$8

Premium 25 oz Refills 12 Tokens/$12

New Stein (Full) 17 tokens/$17 Regular
21 tokens/$21 Premium

As always you are welcome to bring your own stein for fill ups (pricing is at the discretion of the Beer Manager).



12 oz Cup of Beer 5 Tokens/$5

12 oz Premium Cup of Beer 7 Tokens/$7

48 oz Personal Pitcher 15 Tokens/$15

48 oz Premium Pitcher 22 Tokens/$22

Credit Cards accepted at ALL food and beverage locations. Tokens are accepted at all locations except for the Express Station. Cash must be converted to tokens. 



5 oz Glass of Wine 5 Tokens/$5

Relax Riesling (Germany), White

Paul D. Zweigelt (Austria), Red