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September 7, 2016, 12:55 pm
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CINCINNATI A new beer garden at this years Oktoberfest Zinzinnati
will showcase local craft beers and allow sports fans to catch a game
on an 11-by-6-foot video screen.
The Zinzinnati Bier Garten will open at Third and Race streets during
Oktoberfest, scheduled Sept. 16-18.
The annual German heritage beer festival relocated from Fifth Street
to Second and Third streets between Walnut and Elm this year to
accommodate the Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar, which will begin
operations on Friday.
Samual Adams, a sponsor of Oktoberfest, will offer samples of three
new beers, brewed exclusively in Cincinnati, at the Zinzinnati Bier
Garten. Visitors can then taste and vote on their favorite of the
three. Sam Adams will release the most popular for a limited time as
the 513 beer in Cincinnati and the surrounding area.
Sam Adams has been a proud partner of Oktoberfest Zinzinnati for many
years, said Jim Koch, Sam Adams brewer and founder and a Cincinnati
native, in a press release.
Other local breweries and beers featured at the new beer garden
Braxton: Haven Hefeweizen; Oktober Fuel; Storm Golden Cream Ale; and
Twisted Bit Dortmunder Lager
MadTree: The Great Pumpcan; Happy Amber; Lift; PSA; and Shade
Rhinegeist: Cougar; Crash; Franz; Puma; and Truth
Rivertown: Divergent; Dunkel; Insurrection; Pumpkin; and Roebling
The Zinzinnati Bier Garten, along with other Oktoberfest stations,
will also have a 50-inch flat-screen television screen and live
entertainment throughout Oktoberfest weekend. The entertainment
Friday, Sept. 16
5-7 p.m.: die Pässe (The Passports)
8-11 p.m.: Mak Show (Shut Up & Drive)
Saturday, Sept. 17
Noon-3 p.m.: Robin Lacy & Tanzparty (DeZydeco)
4-7 p.m.: Schwan (Swan)
8-11 p.m.: Das Whamenschnitzels (The Whammies)
Sunday, Sept. 18
Noon-3 p.m.: Naked Karate Fräuleins (Girls)
5-9 p.m.: Gee Your Band Schnellz Vunderba (Smells Terrific)
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