Due South Brewing Company will be celebrating Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival held in Munich, Germany, with a three-day event of their own. The brewery’s Oktoberfest festivities will run Thursday, September 28 through Saturday, September 30.
This year, the Boynton Beach brewery will be anticipating releasing a series of special beers, including the annual release of What the Hef? the company’s traditionally-minded German-style hefeweizen.
Other unique offerings will include:
- Thursday at Noon – What the Hef? Hefeweizen, on draft and in cans.
- Thursday at 6 p.m. – Pumpkin Latte on draft (Pumpkin Spiced Ale with Coffee).
- Friday at Noon – Coconut Bay Breeze on draft (Blonde Ale with Coconut, Pineapple and Cranberries)
- Friday at 6 p.m. – Extra Spicy Mexican Standoff on draft (Porter with Chocolate, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Habanero Peppers, and a few more peppers!)
- Saturday at Noon – Cranberry Hef (What the Hef? with Cranberries)
- Saturday at 3 p.m. – Chocolate Pumpkin (Pumpkin Spiced Ale with Chocolate)
- Saturday at 6 p.m. – Saigon Blonde (Blonde Ale with Cucumber, Lime, and Jalapeno)
In addition to beer, the brewery is working with a pair of local food trucks during the event to provide an incredible selection of German inspired foods, including hand-pounded schnitzel, succulent goulash, and warm pretzels. On Thursday, Outside the Box will be on site, while Friday will see Rolling Chefs, and Saturday will see both return for the day-long event.
Finally, Due South will have for sale special half liter steins for $10 that includes the first fill of the brewery’s Oktoberfest marzen lager. Stein holders will be able to fill up throughout the event for the same cost as a regular 16 ounce pour of beer. Those that purchased steins in previous years are welcome to bring their steins back to be filled as well.
This year marks the sixth annual Oktoberfest for Due South Brewing Company, with the first event occurring in 2012, just months after opening.
There is no cost to attend, with beers available by the pour, and food available a la carte. No pets, and the brewery is 21 and older after 6 p.m.