Memphis Oktoberfests and Fall Beer Fests

Memphis Oktoberfests and Fall Beer Fests

Here's a list of Memphis Oktoberfests and fall beer festivals!

Finally! It looks like fall is upon us. While there are plenty of fall events and autumnal things to do in Memphis that don't involve drinking, if you are into an autumnal adult beverage we have a full roster of Oktoberfests, fall beer events, and fall festivals to quench your thirst. 

Got one to submit? First, email me at [email protected], and then submit it to our blog's calendar here.

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Oktoberfest, Soul & Spirits Brewery, Saturday, September 16, 1 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Celebrate Oktoberfest at Soul & Spirits Brewery in Uptown! This celebration corresponds with the official kick of Oktoberfest in Germany. This year, they're also the official qualifying venue for the TN state finals for the US Stein Holding Association, with Stein Holding competitions for both men and women. Dog costume contest and Brewery vs. Brewery Crosscut Saw competitions will also be returning. Food Trucks: Albees will be serving up brats and pretzels and Hot n' Heavy Dogs will have all things hot dogs. They'll be tapping their annual Danke Oktoberfest.

Memphis Brewfest, Memphis Sports & Events Center, Saturday, September 16, 3 p.m. - 6:00 p.m., $45+ fees, 21 and up

The biggest beer festival in the Mid-South returns to Memphis at a new location in Liberty Park: Memphis Sports & Events Center! This massive, state-of-the-art facility gives attendees a new and exciting way to experience unlimited pours of 100+ beers, ciders, and spiked seltzers from around the country – along with shopping from local vendors, DJ tunes, yard games, a Jameson Irish Whiskey experience area, and more.

Cooper York Fest, Memphis Made, Saturday, September 16, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

The festival season rolls on with this year's Cooper York Fest! Music by Jeff Hulett, Johnny & the Seagulls, and Solar Powered Love. Food by Good Groceries and Soi Number 9. Lots of vendors and more on site, right in front of the I Love Memphis mural. 

Burn The With Release Party, Meddlesome Brewing, Saturday, September 16, 8 p.m. - 10 p.m.

It's almost fall yall, and you know what that means, BURN THE WITCH Black Lager is back. Join us for a night of celebrating local metal music, delicious beer and good times. The show is FREE and ALL AGES.

Wiseacre Oktoberfest, Wiseacre OG on Broad, Saturday, September 23, 1 p.m. 

Dust off your steins & lederhosen because Oktoberfest is back Saturday, September 23rd with Food Trucks, Mighty Souls Brass Band, and more to come! Stein holding competition at mighty souls set break.

Oktoberfest, Cooper House Project, Saturday, September 30, 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Cooper House Project’s inaugural Oktoberfest event. They’ll be taking over the parking lot next door to host games, food vendors, free live music, special beer releases and more! There will be prizes for best dressed and game competition winners. So pop on your dirndls and lederhosen and join them for a day of beer, food and fun in Cooper-Young.

Meddlesome Craft Fair, Meddlesome Brewing, Saturday, September 30, noon - 5 p.m.

Fall is upon us yall, and with that comes Meddlesome's annual craft fair. 30 Local Vendors, Live Music and all kinds of free family fun. Champs BBQ food truck will be out serving up love. This event is free to attend. The Burn The With Release

10 Year of Beer Anniversary Party, Memphis Made, Saturday, September 30, 4 p.m.

Memphis Made is commemorating a decade of beer with a 10th Anniversary Party. Jeff Hulett’s full band will be playing. There will be several special beers, some new and some from the past. Smoke N’ Rolls food truck will be on site, so come and join Memphis Made to celebrate 10 years of beer. 

Grind City Oktoberfest / 3-Year Anniversary, Grind City Brewing Company, Saturday, October 7, All Day

Celebrate three years of Grind City's taproom at the annual Oktoberfest with great beer, food, and entertainment. Live Music and games all day along with competitions including the annual Bratwurst Toss, Keg Carry Competition, Beer Sliding Competition, and a Stein Holding Contest. Get your own commemorative stein for $25. All refills are $5 all month long.

Hooktoberfest, Hook Point Brewing, Saturday, October 7, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Join Hook Point for the inaugural HOOKTOBERFEST of Hook Point Brewing Co to be held at our brewpub the Ready Room located on Brookhaven Circle. Oktoberfest beer release, stein holding competitions, food, and live music.

Zootoberfest, Memphis Zoo, Every Saturday-Sunday, Starts October 7

Kick off October with Zootoberfest featuring some of your favorite local breweries, hotdogs, and bratwursts! Purchase a commemorative stein to sip beer from while you relax and enjoy an amazing fall day at Memphis Zoo. There are 8 days to celebrate in October and tons of breweries to choose from so don't miss out! It's time to celebrate this fall.

Barktober Fest, Saddle Creek, October 7, 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Sample brews created *just* for this event by local homebrewers, as well as your faves from local breweries. Enjoy live music and the best shopping in the 901 while supporting Streetdog Foundation. Early bird tickets are available for $30 before increasing to $25.

Crosstoberfest, Crosstown Brewing, Saturday, October 14, 12 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Join Crosstown for their annual celebration of fall, fun, music, and crispy lagers. Music from Devil Train and Mighty Souls Brass Band. There will be a stein holding competition and more.

BAM! Wiseacre Beer and music Festival, Wiseacre OG on Broad, Saturday, October 21, 1 p.m.

Mempho Presents: BAM! Wiseacre Beer and Music Festival featuring Lucero, Blitzen Trapper, Dead Soldiers, Psymon Spine, Kuroma & DJ Leroy along with live acts from the Stone Crush compilation of Memphis Modern Soul.

Cooper Young Beerfest, Saturday, October 21, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m., 21 and up

More than 30 regional breweries and home brewers will gather at Autowerks in Cooper Young for a day of beer nerd heaven, with tastings, food, and music. Attendance is limited so there is more time for sipping and less time in line. No kids or pets for this one. Benefits the Cooper Young Community Association! 

Oktoberfest, Overton Square, Saturday, October 28, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.

Immerse yourself in a vibrant atmosphere filled with the sights, sounds, and flavors of Germany in Chimes Square. Traditional German food and drinks will transport you straight to the heart of Bavaria. Quench your thirst with a wide selection of seasonal beers and browse the local craft market for fun finds to take home.

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Mathilda Doorley

Thanks for the all the Oktoberfest information !


September 30, 2022 1:19pm