9 Beer-Soaked Ways To Celebrate Oktoberfest 

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Bier Garten Oktoberfest on The Riverwalk

One of the world's Oktoberfest largest festivals will be held at San Antonio's iconic Riverwalk. With grand German entertainment, live music and of course Bavarian dancing and food, its second year will be its best yet.

October 2-4, October 9-10, 6-12am, prices vary, 126 Loyosa Street, (210) 212-7299, biergartenriverwalk.com

Croctoberfest at the San Antonio Zoo

Get your brew and zoo on as you ring in Oktoberfest. Enjoy beers and German cuisine while setting your sights on some of San Antonio's finest reptiles.

October 1, 6:30-9pm, $30, 3903 N St Mary's Street, (210) 734-7184, sazoo.org

The Hoppy Monk

With live music, 20 Oktoberfest beers, German ceramic steins and traditional Bavarian food, The Hoppy Monk is the Oktoberfest of your dreams.

October 2-3, 11:30-2am, prices vary, 1010 N Loop 1604 E, (210) 545-3330, thehoppymonk.com

Bavarian Brauhaus

To celebrate Oktoberfest, Brauhaus is giving $2 off Paulaner Marzen everyday this month. Along with Brat specials, they will have live music certain nights of the week.

October 1-31, 11am-12pm, prices vary, 300 W Bitters, (210) 396-7170, bavarianbrauhaus.com

Oktoberfest at Beethoven

One of the most anticipated Oktoberfest celebrations in San Antonio, you can immerse yourself in German heritage with different cuisines and their signature bratwurst, reubens and of course beer with Beethoven Maennerchor.

October 2-3 & 9-10, 5-12am, $5 at door, 422 Pereida Street, (210) 222-1521, beethovenmaennerchor.com

Oktoberfest at Markplatz, Fredericksburg

With Fredericksburg being so rich in German heritage, it's no surprise that people from all around Texas stop by and celebrate with an endless amount of German food and a chance to join in on their Hauptstrasse Chicken Dance at their 35th annual Oktoberfest.

October 3-5, 5-12am, $5, 100 West Main Street, (830) 997-4810, oktoberfestinfbg.com

Oktoberfest at Gustav's Garten

To celebrate the milestone of Magnolia Pancake Haus being open for 15 years, Gustav's Garten is hosting an Oktoberfest special. While enjoying very German-esque music from live local bands, feel free to chow down on some of Magnolia Pancake Haus' signature dishes.

October 1-3, 5-10pm, prices vary, 10333 Huebner Road, (210) 496-0828, magnoliapancakehaus.com

Hyatt Hill Country Oktoberfest

Come on down to Hyatt Hill Country Resort and enjoy an evening of fun and festive activities that will have fall-festive brews and German food that will get you in the Oktoberfest spirit.

October 17, 4-8pm, $12-$21, 9800 Hyatt Resort Drive, (210) 647-1234, hillcountry.hyatt.com

Oktoberfest at the Brewery

Alamo Beer Company is kicking off their first annual Oktoberfest. These are the events to attend if you love polka dancing, bikes, and of course, beer. Alamo Beer will host a weekend long celebration from October 9-12 from 12 p.m. to midnight, a night dedicated to polka dancing on October 10 at 1:30 p.m. and a Biketoberfest that will kick off at 7 a.m. on October 9.

October 9-12, times vary, free, 202 Lamar Street, (210) 872-5589, alamobeer.com

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Bier Garten Oktoberfest on The Riverwalk

One of the world's Oktoberfest largest festivals will be held at San Antonio's iconic Riverwalk. With grand German entertainment, live music and of course Bavarian dancing and food, its second year will be its best yet.

October 2-4, October 9-10, 6-12am, prices vary, 126 Loyosa Street, (210) 212-7299, biergartenriverwalk.com

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