We missed some Oktoberfest events in our previous post. We don't want to leave anyone out so here are the fests we missed before.
When: Saturday, Sept. 13th, 12pm to Midnight
Where: Jerry's Bar, 6301 Military Ave, Omaha, NE
There will be beer specials, food, live music and the game will be on the TVs.
When: Friday, Sept. 19th, 5pm to 11pm
Where: 1302 North 60th Street, Omaha, NE
A fundraiser for the Benson Community Garden Sponsored by Benson Brewery. Admission $5.00 “fresh food, local beer, live music and great people”
Featuring Performances by:
Monarchs of Speed
When: Oct. 4th, 2pm to 8pm
Where: 141 S 16th St, Ord, NE
Scratchtown Brewing Company have five food vendors confirmed, two bands and these sweet Oktoberfest mugs for sale the day of the event. SBC will also be serving up our own Oktoberfest lager as well.
Oktoberfest mugs will be $10 the day of the event, and a purchase of the mug will include TWO drink tickets. Founders Club members that come to the event will be able to purchase the mug (with two drink tickets) for $5. Mugs will be available for sale while supplies last. Doors open to the public at
SBC is looking forward to celebrating our first year of operation on 10/4.; Scratchtoberfest begins at (along with mug sales).
Nebraska Brewing Company's DockToberFest
When: Oct. 11th
Where: Nebraska Brewing Company's Taproom 6950 S. 108th Street, LaVista, NE
On Saturday October 11th, we're gonna' get Kitschy!
We'll open up the brewing area, have have the German food smelling up the place, the Dock-Toberfest Beer pouring and Polka music filling the air!
Bring your Steins!
Get your FREE Ticket for our first German fest via Eventbrite today (Tickets are Required)
Schedule of the Day 1pm - Tapping of the very first DockToberFest Keg - First Firkin Free! 3pm - Stein Contest - Coolest Stein wins 4pm - Costume Contest - Get Crazy 5pm - Silly Hat Contest
With the popularity of Oktoberfest's in the area this year, we've heard about waiting in a lot of lines & we've got a few ideas that we think will go a long way in an effort to avoid lines as much as possible.
1) Purchase your beer/food tickets early (starting Thursday October 9th)
2) Saturday ticket purchases will be managed by a dedicated person.
3) Two beer pouring areas in the brewery, as well as beers in the taproom.