5 Oktoberfest 2023 celebrations in San Jose

Grab your stein and put on your lederhosen to celebrate Oktoberfest at these five events in San Jose.

Two people hold steins of beer out while dressed in Oktoberfest gear.

Get ready for steins on steins of crisp, German beer.

Oktoberfest fun is brewing. The renowned Munich festival runs through Tuesday, Oct. 3, but you don’t need to travel to Germany to tap into the fun.

We’ve drafted a list of five local celebrations where you can raise a glass to the hoppy occasion.

Clandestine Brewing | Friday, Sept. 29-Sunday, Oct. 1 + Friday, Oct. 6-Sunday, Oct. 8
Enjoy a wide variety of German beers like Kölsch, Dortmunder, and Doppelbock.

Faultline Brewing | Monday, Oct. 2-Sunday, Oct. 15
Indulge in a menu of German fare, including Jagerschnitzels, apple strudels, and special cocktails.

Camino Brewing Co. | Saturday. Oct. 7, 12-11 p.m.
Get ready for a Märsen beer release, brats, contests, and music from Zicke-Zacke Band.

Britannia Arms Almaden | Wednesday, Oct. 11, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Play bingo and indulge in Bavarian pretzels + beer.

Downtown Campbell | Saturday, Oct. 21, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Campbell’s 28th annual Oktoberfest brings 150+ vendors, stein-holding contests, and German cuisine.

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