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Where can I Celebrate Octoberfest in Colorado Springs, CO?

Octoberfest Celebrations in Colorado Springs, CO

It is the time of the year when either everyone is German or wants to be German. The season of Octoberfest is here, a proud German tradition celebrated in Colorado Springs, CO. Whether you want to celebrate it locally or want to head to the mountain towns, we at Porsche of Colorado Springs have a schedule option for you. Check out the blog and decide where you want to head to.

Crowd enjoying in Octoberfest

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Places to Visit for Octoberfest Celebration in Colorado Springs, CO

Western Museum of Mining and Industry, Colorado Springs- you can enjoy the live oompah music, costume and stein-hoisting contests, wiener dog races, and more at the Octoberfest of Colorado Springs. Also, you can choose your package and enjoy Warsteiner and other beers from a stein or das boot. Dive deeper into the celebrations by upgrading your experience with tickets to Beer School, a German Vineyard Wine Touring, or Schnapps School. 

Pikes Peak Brewing Company Oktoberfest- Wear your best traction and fill your stein with the brand new Das Fest, a lighter version of a Marzen lager, pretzels, sausages, and German charcuterie boards. To top that, you will get live music and Oktoberfest games, contests, and dancing downtown Lager House Friday night and all day Saturday at the Monument brewery. 

Oktoberfest at The Garden- A great place to enjoy Octoberfest is a biergarten. So, you can head downtown for Bavarian beer, music, and games at Colorado Springs first dedicated open-air beer garden. 

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Now, as you know about the places celebrating Octoberfest in Colorado Springs, CO area, get into your 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo and visit the places. Also, if you are interested in Porsche vehicles, you can visit Porsche of Colorado Springs online inventory and check out the new Porsche vehicles.

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