Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
The world’s biggest party is mere weeks away in Bavaria, and Upland Brewing Company has solemnly promised not to stand idly by and allow Indianapolis to be out-partied.
Saturday, September 28th, come take part in the fruition of that promise at the second annual Upland Oktoberfest in Military Park. Gates open at 1pm for an all-day celebration of music, food, and beer.
Feel free to bring your well-behaved dogs and well-behaved children, kids under 12 are free! But remember, adults are not expected to be as well behaved. Come hungry and thirsty, because there will be plenty of delicious Upland beer, including Oktoberfest lager, and a lineup of some of Indy’s best food trucks.
Once you’re stocked up on food and beer, head over to the Freedom Indiana booth to learn about their cause and how you can support it. They’ll have literature, friendly faces, and bumper stickers for anyone who’s interested.
While you imbibe, The Pinstripes out of Cincinnati will be broadcasting their multi-genre sound from the Oktoberfest stage. The six-piece band blends soul, ska, reggae, and pop to create a unique and danceable style.
The Chardon Polka Band will close out the evening with their own brand of polka flair. They have a brilliant way of turning traditional polka tunes into lively, contemporary masterpieces, and their polka-pop covers bring a fresh sense of humor to the genre.
Upland Oktoberfest in Military Park is just $5 in advance or $10 at the door. 1 Liter steins will be available for $20 which includes the collectable stein and your first fill and you can refill it for just $7. We will also have 16oz pours ready for you for $5 each.
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Upland Brewing Co.
We’ve been brewing ales, lagers, and sours in Bloomington, Indiana since 1998. Many of our brews are unique twists on traditional recipes, while others are products of our own imaginations. We’re proud to say that several of our beers have brought home national and international medals and awards, but what we really care about is brewing the kinds of beer we like to drink, and providing a fresh local option to our communities. It never hurts to get a pat on the back, though! Along the way, we’ve made lots of friends and drank our unfair share of good beer, all while trying to do good in our communities and do well as a craft brewery.