2015 Calgary Oktoberfest
Calgary Oktoberfest is an annual event put on by Alberta Beer Festivals (ABF), who do their best to bring local craft beer and Oktoberfest related food (like bratwurst) to the great people of Alberta, in both Calgary and Edmonton.
By The Beer Community on Mar. 22, 2015
*Whomp whomp! Looks like you missed this Oktoberfest.*
Calgary Oktoberfest 2015:
When: September 25, 4pm – 10pm
September 26, 2pm – 9pm
Where: Big Four Building, Stampede Park
1801 Big Four Trail SE, Calgary AB
Video: Alberta Beer Festival’s 2015 #YYCOktberfest
“More events in Calgary need to put an emphasis on lederhosen and oompah, like WURST does. Saturday nights they have a live Oompah band and they make you squish your balls. You’ll see, go in.” – Crackmacs
For more information about Alberta Beer Festivals and their events, click here.
Check out these articles to help you prepare for Oktoberfest:
The Perfect Oktoberfest Accessory: Beer-Proof Shoes
The History of Oktoberfest
What is Oktoberfest?
How to Pick The Perfect Lederhosen and Dirndl for Oktoberfest
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