Oktoberfest is just around the corner, so grab your lederhosen or dirndl + head to 1 of the following spots to celebrate.
13 Stripes Brewery, 1307 Old Easley Highway, Easley + 250 Mill St., PW3101, Taylors | Celebrations run Sept.27-Oct. 3. Baker’s General batch is available now in taprooms before it’s officially released on Sept. 27.
Grateful Brew GVL, 501 S. Pleasantburg Dr. | On Oct. 7, Grateful Brew is partnering with Sierra Nevada to feature special brews. Grainville Food Project will be on site with pretzels + The Groovy Dawg will be selling brats + hotdogs. You can also expect raffles, prizes, and commemorative steins.
Five Forks Brewing, 2613 Woodruff Rd. Unit 102, Simpsonville | Five Forks will host Oktobeerfest from Oct. 8-10. The weekend-long celebration includes live music, food trucks, and beer. BellaNova Strings will be headlining.
Fireforge Crafted Beer, 311 E Washington St. | From Sept. 24-26, Fireforge will feature live Oompah music and special beers for Oktoberfest + the fall season, like The Spice is Right Imperial Pumpkin Ale.
IronHill Brewery, 741 Haywood Rd. | From Sept. 17- Oct. 3, you’ll find traditional Bavarian-inspired food featuring everything from Jagerschnitzel to Oktoberfest Egg Rolls, as well as a medium-bodied lager.
Pangaea Brewing, 115 Welborn St. | Celebrate Oktoberfest from Sept. 25-26 with 2 seasonal Oktoberfest brews + special food offerings.
Hub City Brewfest, 1802 Drayton Rd., Spartanburg | Hub City is hosting Drafts at Drayton on Sept. 25. You’ll find beers + ciders on tap from 15 SC breweries.
Ciclops Cyderi and Brewery, 197 E. St. John St., Spartanburg | From Oct. 1-3, Ciclops will release the Vladiberger Pilsner, have an accordion player on site, host games with prizes, host Karaoke, and feature a German-inspired menu.
Greer Oktoberfest, Downtown Greer, SC | Food, drink, dance, and music from 12-9 p.m. on Sept. 18.
The Clock Tower, 100 SE. Main St. | A free event on Oct. 1, featuring live music from the Foothills Oompah band, food + bev., raffles, door prizes, and more.
NOMA Square, 220 N. Main St. | A free 2-day festival with free admission running Oct. 1
+ 2 featuring cold Paulaner brews, bratwurst, pretzels, contests, beer and live German bands.
You can also get a taste of Germany at Southernside Brewing by ordering the soft pretzel sticks with housemade beer cheese + a Märzen — a Malty German amber lager.
Prost, Greenville. 🍻