Beverage Menu

Beverages proudly provided by Maletis Beverage Company

Franziskaner Weissbier: An authentic, medium-bodied German wheat beer that is spritzy and sessionable with flavors of banana and clove.
ABV: 5.0% IBU: 12

Radeberger Pilsner: Smooth and palatable while at the same time composed with the complexity of a traditional German pilsner in one of Oktoberfest's most popular beers.
ABV: 4.8% IBU: 33

Allgӓuer Bϋble Festbier: A new addition to our Otkoberfest menu! Light-bodied and slightly sweet, a signature party beer sure to become a favorite.
ABV: 5.5% IBU: 13

 

Zoiglhaus Hopfenbombe IPA: Using German methods and ingredients, this local brew creates a hop-forward and spicy experience with herbal and citrus notes.
ABV: 6.3% IBU: 60

Schöfferhofer Radler: Try a uniquely sippable, refreshing, and bright 50/50 blend of real grapefruit juice and German hefeweizen that is a delight for the palate.
ABV: 2.5% IBU: N/A

Portland Cider Company Kinda Dry Cider: With apples sourced from right here in the Northwest, it's a balanced, crisp, and semi-dry beverage perfect for fall.
ABV: 6.9% IBU: N/A

 

Purchasing Your Beverages

Oktoberfest bars only accept event scrip. No other forms of payment are accepted at the bars.

$6 per scrip
One (1) Scrip = One (1) Beverage

New this year! Spend less time waiting in line and more time enjoying the festival! Order scrip online starting September 3.

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Event scrip may also be purchased on-site using cash, card, or Apple/Android Pay. Scrip is not accepted by food vendors.


An ID check is required. Guests under 21 years of age will not be served alcohol. Guests who are of the legal drinking age will be issued a bracelet that must be worn at all times. Bartenders may decline service to any guest at any time. Menu offerings are subject to change without notice. Non-alcoholic beverages are available from the food vendors; no soft drinks are available at the bars.

Food Vendors

Inquire at each vendor about forms of payment accepted. ATMs are located near Guest Services and in the Roller Rink.

Deutsche Desserts

German chocolate cake and apple strudel are the must-have items when visiting Oktoberfest! Deutsche Desserts operates as a fundraiser for our competitive roller skating club.

Eis Hutte

Shaved ice, lemonade, hand-dipped ice cream in special seasonal and German flavors, giant pretzels, and elephant ears! Located at the Family Festhalle.

Moondrops Bavarian Nuts

Bavarian roasted nuts are an Oktoberfest must-have!   Offering cinnamon almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, cashews, coconut almonds, orange hazelnuts, and pumpkin spice almonds.

Schnitzel Haus

The Robinett family brings their authentic German family recipes to Oktoberfest with chicken schnitzel,  spaetzle, braised cabbage, fondue, giant pretzels, funnel cakes, and lemonade. Located inside the Main Festhalle.

The Scandinavian Cafe

Scan Cafe presents a taste of Oktoberfest with genuine recipe bratwurst, German potato salad, sauerkraut, Swedish meatballs, red cabbage, pulled pork, Scandinavian crepes. Located inside the Main Festhalle.

Urban German Grill

A Portland favorite comes to Oktoberfest with Swiss cheese fondue, three different types of sausage, mashed potatoes, kraut, mustards, schnitzel, Bavarian pretzels, currywurst with fries, and apple strudel with vanilla sauce. Located inside the Main Festhalle.

Z-gourmet

Offering delicious smoked sausage, hot dogs, pulled pork, beef goulash, lemonade, and sauerkraut. With 2 locations, you can find Z-Gourmet at the Main Festhalle or the Family Festhalle.

Oaks Park Concessions

Traditional Americana and carnival classics including burgers, fries, corn dogs, cotton candy, and more.  Proudly serving Coke products. Located on the midway. Open during all midway hours.

Festival Info

Get all the festival basics like event times, festhalle hours, attraction information, gate fees, and more.

FESTIVAL HOME

Activities

Offering Kinderplatz activities for children, wiener dog races, festhalle games, cooking demonstrations, and more!

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Performers

Our 2 stages feature the best polka bands and dancers from throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Stage Schedule

More To Know

Get to know Portland's hometown Oktoberfest before you go with our fun and informative visitor tips.

FAQ & TIPS

The Oaks Park Association is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

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