Oktoberfest On Tap

Oktoberfest season is upon us, which means you’ll have time to try each brew on this list. We sure will!

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Oktoberfest, the annual German celebration of beer and merriment held from late September through the first week of October, is upon us. If you’re looking to celebrate without leaving the Circle City, here’s our roundup of local breweries who have brewed up Bavarian beer. Prost!

Saint Joseph Brewery: The Saint Joeberfest at Saint Joseph Brewery is a rich Oktoberfest beer with a complex malt taste, perfect for saints and sinners alike. (540 N. College Ave., 317-602-5670)

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TwoDEEP Brewing Co.: With a golden glow, the Oktoberfest Märzen from TwoDEEP Brewing Co. is medium-bodied and has a unique herbal bitterness from Noble hops. (714 N. Capitol Ave., 317-653-1884)

Wabash Brewing: Faint of heart beware—this Oktoberfest brew is sure to get steamy! Wabash Brewing uses Lager yeast at ale temperatures to make the Oktobersteam beer, rich with German hops and caramel tones. (5328 W. 79th St., 317-938-4458)

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Black Circle Brewing Co.: Ultra-small-batch brewer Black Circle Brewing Co. offers an Oktoberfest ale with a twist. Try a pint of Rocktoberfest while playing vintage video games or listening to live music at this laid-back venue. (2201 E. 46th St., 317-426-0143)

Broad Ripple Brewpub: Balancing rich malt and hop flavors, Broad Ripple Brewpub’s Oktoberfest is a delicious amber-colored lager with a clean finish. (842 E. 65th St., 317-253-2739)

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Chilly Water Brewing Company: With soft caramel notes, the Oktoberfest at Chilly Water Brewing Company is a must-try. (719 Virginia Ave., 317-964-0518)

Daredevil Brewing Co: This Oktoberfest lager from Daredevil Brewing Co is sure to get your motor running. (1151 N. Main St., Speedway, [email protected])

Four Day Ray Brewing: If you’re looking for a traditional Oktoberfest, look no further than Four Day Ray Brewing! This Bavarian Adler Oktoberfest has notes of warm bread and caramel. (11671 Lantern Rd., Fishers, 317-343-0200)

Wooden Bear: Just punny enough, the Oktobearfest from Wooden Bear is a traditional Marzen Octoberfest brew. (21 W. North St., Greenfield, 317-318-1221)

The Tap: Tap into fall with the Taptoberfest, a perfect sweet and malty medium lager with a dry finish. If you feel like being a little basic but need something stronger than a latte, try the pumpkin spice infused Tap-O-Lantern ale. (306 N. Delaware St., 317-820-5880)

Upland: Three varieties of German hops are blended together and combined with toffee notes to create this classic Oktoberfest from Upland Brewing Company. (4842 N. College Ave., 317-602-3931)

Sun King: With a refreshing malty start and a clean dry finish, Sun King Brewing has an Oktoberfest you won’t want to miss. (135 N. College Ave., 317-602-3702)

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