Memphis Oktoberfests and Fall Beer Fests 2019

Posted by Holly Whitfield | September 5th 2019 4215 0

Here’s a list of Memphis Oktoberfests and other Memphis fall beer festivals this year.

Burn The Witch Release Party, Meddlesome Brewing (7750 Trinity Rd.), Saturday, September 7, 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m., free, all ages
Meddlesome in Cordova release their annual “Burn The Witch” Black Lager with free live music from Burn The Witch and Native Blood.

Rocktoberfest, Railgarten (2166 Central Ave.), Saturday, September 21, 4 p.m. – 10 p.m., all ages
Railgarten and Memphis Made co-host a day of tasty brews and live music from School of Rock Memphis.

Barktober Fest, Saddle Creek Beer Garden, Saturday, September 28, noon – 4 p.m., $25 adv./$30 at the door, all ages/kid-friendly
Saddle Creek hosts the 2nd annual Barktoberfest, with beer tasting, live music, adoptable dogs, food trucks, pinball, photo booth, and more. Your ticket gets you a souvenir cup for beer tasting and proceeds benefit Streetdog Foundation.

Wiseacre Oktoberfest, 2783 Broad Avenue, Saturday, September 28, 1 p.m. – 10 p.m., free to enter, all ages
Throw down at Wiseacre on Broad at the annual Oktoberfest with music, liters of beer, costume contests, and more. Huge, dog-friendly patio.

High Cotton Oktoberfest, 598 Monroe Ave., Sunday, October 6, noon – 6 p.m., free to enter, all ages
The Edge District annual Oktoberfest is at High Cotton, with their Oktoberfest brew and other traditional German beers, plus live music, Bavarian food from Edge Alley. Kid-friendly, dog-friendly, and t-shirts and steins for sale.

Crosstoberfest 2019, Crosstown Brewing (1350 Concourse Ave.), Saturday, October 12, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., free to enter, all ages
The 2nd annual Crosstoberfest at the Concourse features a selection of Oktoberfest, German, and fall beers, German food for purchase, vendors, family-friendly games, contests (stein holding and bratwurst eating, etc.), German music and more.

Cider Festival, Celtic Crossing, October 12, 10:30 a.m. – ’til, free to enter, all ages (21 to drink)
Sample some of the best ciders available from nearby and around the world during our second annual Cider Fest. We’ll also have a special food menu to complement your beverages. Join us all day as we’ll have live music on our patio starting at 2 p.m., along with plenty of soccer and college football on all nine TVs throughout the pub.

10th Annual Cooper Young Beerfest, 795 S. Cooper St., Saturday, October 19, 1 p.m. – 5 p.m., $45 before Oct. 1/$55 after Oct. 1, 21 and up
Celebrate a decade of drinking the region’s best beer in Cooper Young, with 37 breweries and on-hand experts to nerd out about a diverse variety of styles of beer. There’s also a tenth anniversary package for $65 until Sept. 20 that includes a shirt, steel mug, cookie, and a tote bag.

Hops for Homes, Crosstown Brewing, Thursday, November 14, 5 p.m. – 8 p.m., $25, 21 and up
United Housing hosts their annual fundraising event at Crosstown Brewing on Thursday, November 14. More details TBA.

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