The 5 best things at Fremont Oktoberfest, Seattle’s largest beer festival
The Fremont Oktoberfest is the largest beer festival in Seattle, so there should be no surprise that it’s a weekend full of awesome activities. Now, we all love the beer and cider. In fact, the Fremont Oktoberfest has over 100 beers and ciders for guests to enjoy. But what else does the festival include? Well, we’ve got you covered, folks.
Here are five of the best things to do at the Fremont Oktoberfest.
On Sunday, dogs are welcome on the festival grounds for a few different awesome activities. All dogs have to be on leashes at all times, so be a responsible owner and abide by the rules. After all, everyone wants to have the perfect day, right? Here is what the Dogtoberfest schedule includes:
- CityDog Magazine Cover Dog Model Contest – for a $10 fee you can see how cute your cutie is compared to all the other cuties.
- Seattle Fly Dogs – dogs run, people smile, dogs fly, people cheer. Simple and fun.
- #GOHAWKS – Dogs are welcome inside Fremont Studios to watch the Seahawks take on the Saints
Cheer on your squad and crush plenty of brews all weekend long at this football-watching festivity.
- #22 Washington v. BYU: Saturday @ 12:30 pm
- #19 Washington State v. UCLA: Saturday @ 7:30 pm
- Seahawks v. New Orleans Saints: Sunday @ 1:25 PM
Stein Hoisting Competition
Alright, folks. Now is the time to make all those hours spent outside the gym doing 12 oz curls pay off. The Stein Hoisting Competition separates the casuals from the pros, so bring your A-game.
Okay, so think of this as a scavenger hunt with some big-time hustle. You can run, walk, team up, or fly solo, all in order to find as many checkpoints as you can within the time limit.
Big Biers & Steins
Okay, so we had to include a beer-focused aspect somewhere. After all, the Fremont Oktoberfest is one of Seattle’s favorite parties of the year. Fill up your boot or steins for $20 at the start and then only $10 for refills as the party goes on. Prost!
When: Friday, Sept. 20: 5pm – 12am /Saturday, Sept. 21: 12pm – 12am / Sunday, Sept. 22: 12pm – 6pm
Where: 35th St and Canal St
Cost: General 1-Day Admission – $25; Grand Admission – $30; Festival Admission – $20