Dust off your lederhosen and lace up your dirndls, Karbachtoberfest is back and better than ever. From 9/19 – 10/6, each Thursday through Sunday the brewery will feature stein-hoisting competitions, oompah bands, wiener dog races, and free live music! Grab a cold glass of beer or hoist your favorite stein…
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