Top 10 Places to Celebrate Oktoberfest in Orlando
German American Society Oktoberfest
October 1 and 22 – from 3pm-11pm
One of the best places to celebrate Oktoberfest like the Germans do. Dine and drink with the German society and celebrate with the locals. The beer and food are inexpensive, so you won’t feel like an overpaying tourist and you’ll feel right at home with your friends and family to celebrate the holiday.
381 Orange Ln, Casselberry, FL 32707
WOBtoberfest a.k.a The World of Beer Oktoberfest
Its no surprise that the World of Beer Franchises have some of the largest collection of different beers to choose from. It only makes them a natural place to turn to when Oktoberfest comes around. Its right up their alley. Don’t fight it and join in the fun.
World of Beer in Lake Mary October 14th and 15th 2011
Colonial Town Park
1125 Townpark Avenue
Lake Mary, FL 32746
World of Beer in Dr. Phillips October 21st and 22nd 2011
7800 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Ste 300
Orlando, FL 32819
Avalon Park Oktoberfest in Orlando
October 14th, 5pm-10pm
October 15th, 1pm-9pm
October 16th, 1pm-6pm
The 7th Annual Avalon Park Oktoberfest takes place in the Downtown Avalon Park area of Orlando, FL. Avalon offers the perfect small town setting which could somewhat simulate a small German town setting…….if it were in Orlando. Savor all of the authentic German beer, food, and music at the community event in Avalon Park which takes place all weekend. Best of all, the event is FREE to attend, and over 10,000 people are expected to be there.
39 S.Magnolia Ave., Orlando, FL, 32801
October 22nd (Closing Day)
Celebrate Orlando Brewing’s closing of the Orlando Brewing Oktoberfest. There will be tons of beer (ofcourse) along with German food and live German music. You’ll also be able to enter into in the cornhole competition and enjoy what is touted as the world’s first organic Oktoberfest beer.
1301 Atlanta Avenue
Orlando, FL 32806
5th Annual Oktoberfest in Celebration
October 7th and 8th
Want to celebrate Oktoberfest with an uptown feel? Come out to Celebration Town Center where they put on a true Fall Festival complete with leaves dropping on Market Street on the hour at 7pm, 8pm, and 9pm on both nights. The Celebration Oktoberfest will transform Celebration Town Center into a large German Biergarten complete with tons of German music, food, beer, and dare we say yodeling.
215 Celebration Place, Celebration, FL 34747
Downtown Orlando Oktoberfest
October 21, 2011 from 6pm-11pm
Enjoy Oktoberfest Downtown Orlando style at the Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church and the surrounding area off of Livingston. Trinity Evangelical is Orlando’s oldest German church and its already located in Downtown Orlando nearby all the bars……….perfect! What location could possibly be better? You’ll be able to enjoy great German food, beer and live entertainment in downtown Orlando. There will be a Biergarten set up on Livingston Street between Rosalind Ave and Ruth Lane which is a few North of Lake Eola
123 East Livingston Street, Orlando, FL
Alive After Five Oktoberfest a.k.a Oktoberfest in Downtown Sanford
October 13, 5pm-9pm
Make Oktoberfest come alive at Sanford’s Alive After Five Oktoberfest Celebration. You’ll be able to enjoy food, art, music, and ofcourse beer. Why Sanford? Why not? The Downtown area is exactly the small town feel you want to have when you enjoy a cold one. Sanford is also home to the Willow Tree Cafe, thought by many to be one of the best German restaurants in the country, along with Magnolia Square Market, a German deli. These people know how to celebrate Oktoberfest. Come out and enjoy the fun!
230 W 1st St
Sanford, FL 32771
Beertoberfest at Waterford Lakes Town Center
Saturday, October 1st, 2011 from 5pm-9pm
Its a big party in Waterford Lakes called Beertoberfest, but referred by locals as Octoberfest in Waterford Lakes Orlando. The event takes place at Waterford Lakes Town Center on Saturday, October 1st, 2011 from 5pm-9pm. There will be over 100 beers to sample from around the world along with sample food items from local restaurants in the area. Everything is included with your admission of $25 per ticket in advance, $30 if purchased online, and $35 at the gate. All guests must be at least 21 years old and must bring a photo ID. Even though most of the celebration is outside there are no strollers or pets allowed. Live music staring Bubba and The Black Sheep throughout the event.
Go to www.Floridabeerfestivals.com for more information.
413 N. Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL 32823