Cap City Oktoberfest

Cap City Oktoberfest

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Fall is here, the weather is garbage outside, but that doesn’t have to mean you have to stay inside! Come on out to the Capital City Brewing Company‘s annual Oktoberfest in Shirlington on Saturday. Running from noon to 7pm, with an admission cost of $20, you’ll have all kinds of tasting options for excellent beer both imported and local. A little birdie whispered to me the beer listings, click the extended entry to see what you’ll be drinking this Saturday!

1. Abita: purple haze, Turbo Dog
2. Allagash: White, Triple
3. Avery: IPA, Brown
4. Bear Republic: Hot Rod Rye, Racer 5
5. Brooklyn Brewery: Lager,Brown,IPA,Fest
6. Chimay
7. Clipper City: Loose Cannon(firkin), balto-marzHON
8. DeKonnick
9. District Chophouse: Oktoberfest, Weizenbock
10. Dogfish Head: Pumpkin, 60min
11. Fullers: London Pride
12. Gordon Biersch: Marzen, Hefe
13. Hofbrauhaus: Oktoberfest, Maibock
14. Mardesous
15. Northcoast: Red Seal, Old Rasputin
16. Old Dominion: Oktoberfest, Saison
17. Ommegang: Hennepin, Witte
18. Redhook: ESB, Fall
19. Richbrau: Oktoberfest, Big Nasty Porter
20. Rockbottom: Rocktoberfest, Porter
21. Rogue: Dead Guy Ale
22. Sam Adams: Oktoberfest, Boston Lager
23. Shenandoah: Choc Donut, Old Rag Mtn., Pale Ale
24. Sierra Nevada: Harvest Ale(wet hop), Pale Ale
25. St. George Brewing: Fall Bock, Golden Ale
26. Starr Hill: Festie, Jomo Lager
27. Sweetwater Tavern: Oktoberfest, Pale Ale
28. The Raven: Special Lager
29. Troegs: Troegenator, Dreamweaver Wheat
30. Weihenstephan: Hefe, Dunkel Weissbier
31. Wild Goose: Pale, Pumpkin, Dogtoberfest
32. Williamsburg Ale Works: IPA, Porter
33. Victory Brewing: Hop Devil(firkin), Wit
34. Youngs: Double Chocolate Stout, Old Nick
35. Cap City: Oktoberfest, Belgian Golden
36. Cap City: Firkins: Oktoberfest, Imp. Pils, Oatmilk Stout, Rye Hop
37. Otter Creek

2 Comments so far

  1. Mike (unregistered) on October 5th, 2006 @ 2:00 pm

    I should note that it wasn’t a bad year for area micros at the Great American Beer Festival. See the WaPo’s GOG’s coverage here:

    A few of the winners will be on tap.

  2. Doug (unregistered) on October 5th, 2006 @ 3:04 pm

    I love the Chicken Dance! (I lived in Milwaukee for 10 years, a staunch German community so go figure)

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