A month of Oktoberfest at the Queen Anne Beerhall starts tomorrow


The folks at the Queen Anne Beerhall want to help you celebrate Oktoberfest in the German tradition without flying halfway around the world. Starting on Saturday, September 16th, the Beer Hall will host a series of celebratory events that will span across the next several weeks.

Here’s what they’ve got planned.

The Queen Anne Beerhall Announces Oktoberfest Festivities

Live music, Nagelspielen, a Stein holding competition, rare beer, and more

As Fall rolls in, Seattle braces for another year of Oktoberfest celebrations. Join the Queen Anne Beerhall in celebrating all things Oktoberfest, which also happens to land on their 2-year anniversary on September 23-24.

From live music to party games, the Queen Anne Beerhall’s Oktoberfest celebration will be over a month long beginning on September 16 and ending on October 21.

What would Oktoberfest be without the beer? The Queen Anne Beerhall is pulling out all the stops and was able to source 2 of the only 6 kegs in Washington State of the Paulaner Munchen Wiesn Bier. Chuckanut will be providing 2 kegs of their seasonal blonde marzen as well.

Below are the activities to expect during the celebrations:

Each Friday and Saturday, the Queen Anne Beerhall will host a stein holding competition featuring Spaten 1L mugs and beer. Cost is $1 and purchase of a 1L Spaten to participate. Participants will get to keep their mug and each winner will be awarded with a gift package.

Nagelspielen will be available each night

September 16, Kick off night with live music from The Bavarian Beer Garden Band from     6 pm – 9 pm

September 22, the Speakeasy Jazz Cats play the hall at 6 pm

September 23, Beer Yoga session at 10 am

September 24, is Kidtoberfest, featuring performances by Caspar Babypants at 6:30pm.

Additionally, the Queen Anne Beerhall will be serving special menus to accompany the Oktoberfest celebrations.

September 16 – 17 & October 14 – 15:

3 time slots each day: 5pm, 7pm, & 9pm

Whole pig platters that serve up to 15 people: Whole roasted pig paired with potato salad, sauerkraut, and stone fruit panzanella salad. (Must call to reserve)

September 30th and October 21st:

Whole roasted lamb platters: Wood-roasted lamb, roasted peppers and tomatoes, cherry mostarda, dumplings

Every Friday and Saturday night

Confit Hog Head with various mustards, baguette, and house pickles (feeds 4)




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