Monday, September 17, 2007

Roll Out the Barrel: Oktoberfest In Clinton Hill

Oh those crazy Germans! In a celebration of beer and the fall harvest, Adam Quirk (of and friends are throwing an Oktoberfest party in Clinton Hill on Saturday, September 29, 4 p.m. - 2 a.m. Adam emails us: "We're transforming our loft, studio space, and rooftop into a legitimate German beer tent." He's offering "Great German beer, great German food, great German and non-German music."

They're selling 100 tickets at ($15 each, sounds reasonable to me) and will be offering unlimited beer and pretzels, a home cooked German supper (grilled sausage, sauerkraut, German potato salad, hot mulled cider), and live music all night long.

Music: The Polka Brothers - (three guys who play German polka); Melina (she played at the official Oktoberfest in Munich last year); the Wasted Talent and Melonhand.

Adam and associates will be wearing hot German gear like lederhosen and dirndls. Tickets are going fast.

Photo courtesy of Kiwisonya, Creative Commons license

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

worst party ever. I have been to germany and this party isn't close. barely any food, shitty beer and a ratty apartment. I've been to better frat parties.