Celebration of German heritage rolls up in Napa

September 11, 2013 by  

A glimpse of Bavaria in California is around the corner, with the American Canyon Chamber of Commerce’s 5th Annual Oktoberfest. Guests at the Napa Smith Brewery will experience traditional Munich feasts and revelry, and all ages are invited.

Attendees will enjoy German polka and dancing, along with some of the finest Bavarian cuisine the Pacific coast can offer. Guests aged 21 and over can sample Napa Smith’s collection of beers and ales, along with many of the region’s distinct breweries. A play area and bounce houses are available for the kids. Contests include best Oktoberfest-appropriate attire, yodeling, and the traditional beer stein competition. The family is sure to love the Wiener Dog Races.

The American Canyon Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to assist the community and promote ideals of better education and standards of living. Local businesses can assist it by spreading knowledge of the 5th Annual Oktoberfest. Printing services such as flyer printing and poster printing will ensure their message reaches Napa and surrounding towns and cities, and any business that shows support and encourages the Chamber’s goals is bound to make an indelible mark upon Napa’s landscape.

Napa Smith Brewery hosts the 5th Annual Oktoberfest at 1 Executive Way, Napa, California 94558. Guests can celebrate on Saturday, September 21, starting at noon and wrapping up around 5:00 pm, with the last call at 4:30 pm. General admission is $5, with kids aged 12 and under joining in free. Tickets are purchasable from Napa Smith Brewery’s taproom prior to the event.