Alamo Beer Co., home to San Antonio’s legendary craft beer, is proud to announce its annual Oktoberfest celebration from Wednesday, October 18 to Sunday, October 22, 2023.
This Oktoberfest features five days of regional, live music and food celebrating German and South Texas heritage. The restaurant in the beer hall kicks into a special, German flare by offering a completely different menu during these five days. The entire menu will be available to view online during the event, but we can say it includes pretzels!!
On the large brewery grounds, this FREE fest includes lawn games, vendors’ market on Sunday, and more at this beloved, annual fest. Lots of free parking for this family-(and dog) friendly event just minutes from downtown San Antonio.
The brewery and beer hall sits beneath the historic Hays Street Bridge in East Downtown San Antonio and boasts plenty of outdoor seating, mouthwatering food and beer menu, free parking, lawn games, and more. The event is free and open to the public.
Wednesday, October 18
Keg Tap and Opening Ceremonies begin at 5:30pm with special host, followed by state-qualifying, beer steinholding competition at 6pm. Free to enter here. (We'll also have a Rootbeer Cup Holding Competition for our younger patrons. Fun for the whole family.
Friday, October 19
San Antonio has long held the status as a metal-loving town, with some amazing rock rolling off the streets since the 50's. Now we bring a whole day dedicated to San Antonio metal and rock music while celebrating Oktoberfest in Texas. Starting at 3:00pm, each band has about 35 min. set. Exact times can't be foretold, but here's the rough estimate. You know how rock n'n roll is!
Thursday, October 19
As part of the 2023 Oktoberfest celebration at Alamo Beer Co, this day is dedicated to our local ska bands that routinely light up the night with their danceable rhythms and catchy sing-alongs. See line up and details here.
Saturday, October 20 and Sunday, October 21
All weekend event featuring a wide variety of music styles including country, classic rock, cajun, zydeco, german, polkas, and waltzes. Of course, no regional Oktoberfest is complete without an appearance by the Beethoven Maennerchor (3-4pm on Sunday). Vendor Market on Sunday. For more information click here.