Phoenix Oktoberfest

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1202 N 3rd St., Phoenix, AZ 85003 1202 N 3rd St., Phoenix Directions
+14802357134
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Want to explore the world without the stress of travel? Plan a visit to Phoenix Oktoberfest, the premier cultural center of Phoenix. When you get the itch for some culture, stop by here and get your fix of great culture all weekend long.

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Report | 4 years ago
Bring a DD. Beers are potent :D
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There was not a large variety of vendors to choose from and the places they did have I felt were overpriced for what I saw. I am glad I had a groupon to get in because I would not have paid the regular price of $10 per person for such a small venue. I expected something much larger since Phoenix is such a large city.
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It was very fun , look forward to next time
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Great time, good beer and food!
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Although the festival was well organized, it just was not what my friends and I expected. The ambiance was more of a low key, family festival, rather than a upbeat party atmosphere that was depicted on the online images.
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Love it!
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Too many vendors had nothing to do with Germany or German culture.
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Overall, it was very small and didn't have as many vendors for food, goods, and souvenirs. There are literally 5 items to eat: apples, bratwurst, chicken, kettle corn and funnel cake. I made an entire round of the fest in 6 minutes. Considering how big of a city phoenix is, I'm pretty disappointed :(
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Not many options at all. Was done with the festival within an hour
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More shade! Great band. More hot, main dish German food. Great beer!
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From Our Editors

It might be hard to fly to Munich to participate in the city's world-famous Oktoberfest, but the hosts of Phoenix Oktoberfest—the Arizona Center for Germanic Cultures—guarantee an authentic Oktoberfest experience. Festival attendees dance the polka, cheer on the competitors trying to hold their beer steins the longest, and chow down on foot-long brats, roasted chicken, old-fashioned apple strudel, pretzels, and German potato salad. The Phoenix Oktoberfest even features traditional music from Die Echten Waldbaum, a band that flies in from Germany every year for the fest.

And of course, no Oktoberfest is complete without beer. Phoenix Oktoberfest pulls out the big barrels with four Warsteiner brews including the special Oktoberfest, Pils, Dunkel, and Hefeweizen brewed in Germany. Those who don't care for beer can sip wine, schnapps, and Jägermeister drinks.

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