105.7 The Hawk presents the first OKTOBEERFEST! Below the art is what was sent over!
Join us for a day of outdoor fun including food, live music, contests and a HUGE selection of German and craft beers!
Each beer will be priced individually at $5 per pour. The following beers will be available according to a list I was sent.
- Spaten Lager
- Victory Festbier
- Benediktiner Weissbier
- Fruh Kolsch
- Kostritzer Schwarzbier
- Hofbrau Original
- Hofbrau Hefeweizen
- Weltenburger Asam Doppelbock
- Blue Point Oktoberfest
- Sam Oktoberfest
- Cricket Hill Fall Festivis
- Angry Orchard Cider
and there were more macros too. Here’s more info on what what’s going on…
Homemade German specialty food offerings from The German Butcher include: bratwurst, knockwurst, smoked pork loin, German potato salad, sauerkraut, red cabbage and skinless frankfurters.
Taste of Smoke will be on-hand serving chicken, ribs, beef brisket, pork and more!
We’ll also be giving away a kayak package courtesy of Jersey Paddler.
Tickets are just $10 and include a commemorative beer mug.
Bands scheduled to perform include:
Shorty Long & The Jersey Horns – 1 p.m.
After the Reign – 2:45 p.m.
JoBonanno & The Godsons of Soul – 4:30 p.m.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Members of 105.7 The Hawk’s Mile High Club can go here to get a special deal, two-for-one tickets!
We’ll be updating this post with more information as it rolls in. Oh yeah, NJCB Members, click over to their Two for One deal and get 2 tickets for the price of one!
Lastly, we’re giving away a pair of tickets for NJCB Members ONLY! That’s a $20 value (aka the cost of the NJCB Membership Club Card). Leave a comment with the following information and we’ll pick a winner on October 16 at 12PM.
- What is your favorite beer or one you’ve been looking forward to trying from the list above?
- Be sure that you can actually make it to the event!
2 thoughts on “Oktobeerfest in Berkeley Twp with a GIVEAWAY for NJCB Members”
Looking forward to having some Hofbrau Original.
Kostritzer Schwarzbier. Just a great tasting black lager
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