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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in San Antonio

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Oktoberfest biers are out and San Antonio growler stations and breweries are celebrating in Munich-style.

September 27-30 // Alamo Beer will bring out the tent for a tapping of the keg by Mayor Ron Nirenberg, music and food vendors Thursday through Sunday. Free admission, 3-9pm Thursday, 3pm-midnight Friday, noon-midnight Saturday, noon-9pm Sunday, 202 Lamar St., (210) 872-5589, alamobeer.com.

September 29 // Busted Sandal Brewing Co. will release its European-style Oktoberfest and limited edition Das Boot glassware. Stop in for German music and good eats. Free admission, 5-10pm, 7114 Oaklawn Drive, (210) 872-1486, bustedsandalbrewing.com.

Now through October 7 // Bowl & Barrel will feature Beers and Boards where guests can mix and match beers and sausages. Choose between poblano cheese links, East Texas-style hot link, Klobase pork and beef sausage, and country-style smoked sausage, and Oktoberfest brews from Saint Arnold, Alamo, Sam Adams and Oak Highlands. Prices vary, 17619 La Cantera Pkwy., Suite 102, (210) 920-1102, bowlandbarrel.com.

October 6-7 // Künstler Brewing will celebrate Bavarian culture with food for purchase from Swine House and lots of beer pints. Free admission, 11am-midnight, 302 E. LaChapelle, (210) 688-4519, kuenstlerbrewing.com.

October 12 // The Mexican and German ties are stronger than ever at Historic Market Square with its first ever Oktubrefest. Stop in for authentic German food such as bratwurst, pretzels and German pastries from Schilo’s and Bier Garten, or stick with gorditas, tacos and aguas frescas from Mi Tierra, La Margarita, Pico de Gallo and Viva Villa. Pair it with Herradura tastings or Freetail’s OktoberFiesta. The event will also feature traditional Polka jams followed by Tejano music. Free admission, 4-10:30pm, 514 W. Commerce St.

October 13-14 // Con Safos Cocina y Cantina will add a Mexican twist to its Oktoberfest celebration with German food an a little bit of San Anto flare. Stop in for beer, brats and dancing. Free admission, noon-6pm Saturday and Sunday, 607 Hemisfair Blvd., (210) 514-5006, consafos-sa.com.

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