Oktoberfest! 2020…The Year It All Went to Schnitzel
September 18 - September 26
The Oktoberfest Findlay Committee has made the decision to cancel the annual downtown festival on September 26th. HOWEVER, thanks to our signature sponsor, Premier Bank, and our industrious committee, we’ve developed a week-long community celebration with opportunities for you to safely get your “Prost!” on this fall!
Beginning September 18th, several Findlay businesses will be participating in the fun, offering special discounts, German food options, live music, and your favorite libations. You’ll be able to purchase Findlay Brewing Co. Oktoberfest (the official beer of Oktoberfest Findlay) in growlers and crowlers at the tap room, and in cans that will be distributed regionally! Our week-long celebration will culminate on September 26th with a special appearance by Schmidt’s Sausage Haus at the Hancock Historical Museum, with an all-day drive thru and the chance to stock up on the best Bahama Mamas and cream puffs in the state! You’ll also be able to purchase our limited edition T-shirts for this year’s event with the perfect slogan for 2020…the year it all went to schnitzel! Throughout the week, you can support the Hancock Historical Museum with your purchases, while enjoying the spirit of Oktoberfest.
See the schedule below:
September 18-26, Local Specials at these locations
- Findlay Brewing Company
Oktoberfest Findlay on Tap beginning September 1st!
Oktoberfest-style beers on tap and food specials on Sept. 26
- The Baker’s Cafe
German themed desserts
- The Baking Company and Bread Kneads
Specialty themed cupcakes
- The Bourbon Affair
Oktoberfest themed cocktails at special pricing
- Coffee Amici
German chocolate lattes
- Campus Pollyeye’s
German pizza and sausage, and Sauerkraut-stuffed breadsticks
- Painters’ Pottery
Paint your own beer steins
- Wolfie’s Roasted Nuts
Purchase your Oktoberfest blend!
September 24, Saums Bratty Wagon Food Truck, Hancock Historical Museum