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Top Canadian Oktoberfest Events

Posted by Michelle G. on

Sausages, pretzels and beer, oh my! The first keg was tapped in Munich this past Saturday which catapults us into the highly, if not the most, anticipated and celebrated beer festivals in the world. Not only is it a time when Bavarian culture is adopted with vigor, where lederhosen and dirndl clad folks listen to polka music, but also an occasion when people clink their steins and talk beer, their go-to oldies and favourite new craft brew.

Although, technically, Oktoberfest ends on October 3rd, Canadians keep it going throughout October and really, why not? If you're itching to get out and join the party, check out these upcoming events from West to East coasts. Prost!

Yukon Beer FestivalOctober 13, 14 in Whitehorse, YT

Harvest HausOctober 5 - 14 in Vancouver, BC

Calgary OktoberfestOctober 22, 23 in Calgary, AB

SasktoberfestSeptember 30 in Saskatoon, SK

Kitchener-Waterloo OktoberfestOctober 6 - 14 in Kitchener-Waterloo, ON

Oktobierfest Sainte-AdeleSeptember 29 - October 1 in Sainte-Adele, PQ

Atlantic Canadian Craft Brew OktoberfestSeptember 30 in Moncton, NB

The North Shore Bavarian Society OktoberfestSeptember 22 - 23 in Tatamagouche, NS

Clinton Hills OktoberfestSeptember 30 in Clinton Hills, PEI

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