Two Roads Brewing Hosts Oktoberfest Celebration

CTbites Team

Two Roads Brewing Company announces its first annual “Ok2berfest” celebration to be held on the grounds of their brewery in Stratford, CT on September 21 and 22.  “Rain or Shine, this will be an absolute blast” said Brad Hittle, Two Roads’ CEO.

Influenced by Two Roads own name, Ok2berfest plans on being “twice” the fun of a traditional US Oktoberfest event. “We are doubling down on everything, introducing 2 different Oktoberfest beers and hosting 2 bands each day, for 2 days.”

Even Head Brewer Phil Markowski will be getting into the Ok2berfest spirit, delivering 2 unique renditions of classic Oktoberfest beers, one named “Eine” and the other named “Zwei.”  In addition, the brewery will be pouring its other acclaimed versions of classic European styles including; “No Limits” Hefeweizen, “Ol’ Factory” Pils, and “Worker’s Comp” Saison.  

A $15 entry fee will get each attendee an authentic, European-made Ok2berfest glass beer stein, live music and some fun games including beer keg tossing, hammer strike, and barrel rolling races.  And since no Oktoberfest celebration would be complete without food - hammer strikers, barrel rollers and keg tossers will be able to choose from a variety of great local food trucks that will be in attendance. Food will be available from Firehouse Hot Dogs, Fryborg’s German Fries, Joe’s Missing Link Sausage Co, Spud Stud, Stratford’s legendary Windmill Restaurant and even sweet treats from The Cupcake truck, just to name a few. 

Tickets will be available online and at the event. For more information, contact Kristen@tworoadsbrewing or go to OR buy pre sale tickets for the event here:

About Two Roads Brewing Co: Located in Stratford, CT, Two Roads isn’t just the logo on our brewery, it’s our philosophy. Life always seems to offer up two ways to go. It just so happens, we prefer the one less taken and having some fun along the way. Our road less traveled philosophy is brought to life in the beers that we create and how we create them.