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The Brew Review: Oktoberfest Preview

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This Saturday is September 22nd. So dust off your lederhosen, iron your dirndl and brush up on your chicken dance because Oktoberfest officially gets underway.

Don’t worry if you can’t make it to Germany this year because you can still get your fill of beer and bratwurst here in LA. Here is a short list of Oktoberfest locations and events.

Alpine Village- In Torrance Ca. Fri- Sun., Sept. 8th – Oct. 28th .
The Phoenix Club in Anaheim- Fri- Sun., Sept 21st- Oct. 28th.
Big Bear Lake- Fri- Sun, Sept. 15th – Oct. 27th.
Old World Village- Huntington Beach, Wed- Sun Sept. 9th – Oct- 28th.
La Mesa Village- Oct. 5th – 7th.
Montrose Oktoberfest- Street fair, October 6th, Noon to 11 pm
Red Lion Tavern- German style pub in Silver Lake
The Wine House- Beer tasting, Oct. 9th 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Heritage Wine Company- Beer tasting Sept. 29th, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

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If you have never been, Oktoberfest is one hell of a good time. Go with some friends and give it a try. Who knows, maybe the girls in the photo will be there. Prost!

Photo by architekt2 via Flickr