Light beer, dark beer, pale ale. Bottoms up! If you like to taste beer, here is your chance. The 7th Annual German Bierfest takes place this Saturday, August 28 from 2 to 7 p.m. at Atlanta’s Woodruff Park .
The German Bierfest is a family friendly event. And to keep everyone safe, both children and designated drivers are welcome to attend for free.
Tickets are $30 in advance ($35 at the door) and include beer and entertainment. It you are craving sauerkraut and bratwurst, thee will be a number of German food vendors on site, including Petite Auberge and Village Corner.
Hosted by the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Southern US, Inc., the event will include more than 30 types of German beer, entertainment for the whole family including a Kids Zone from the Hawks/Thrashers, and a variety of cultural food. Already on the schedule is local Atlanta band, The Conditionals, the DJ Eric ZBD and to add a bit of German flair, Bavarian band Jacob Herzog and the Bavarian Express.
Usage of public transportation is encouraged and if anyone needs assistance in getting home, the designated driver company Safe Ride will be available.
No one under 21 will be allowed to drink and no pets will be admitted, no exceptions.