DUE TO THE HIGH PROBABILITY OF RAIN WE ARE POSTPONING THE OKTOBERFEST UNTIL TOMORROW SUNDAY OCTOBER 14TH FROM NOON - 6PM. IT SHOULD BE A LOVELY SUNNY FALL DAY…SEE YOU THEN!
Loosen up your lederhosen with Morse's Sauerkraut and Odd Alewives Farm Brewery in our first ever Oktoberfest!
This year marks Morse’s 100th anniversary & welcomes Odd Alewives to the neighborhood in their first year of crafting farmhouse ales right here in Waldoboro, Me.
So…if you can think of no finer way to spend a fall day than at a farm brewery in Maine, drinking crisp ale & eating hearty German fare to the sounds of a Bavarian oompah music, we hope you’ll join us and make this historic year one to remember!
Tickets available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oktoberfest-tickets-50401753000
RAIN DATE: Weather permitting we will be breaking in our new stone fire pit but I would encourage you to dress for the fall season. A rain date is set for Sunday Oct. 14th and notification will be sent via email and on our facebook pages in the event the weather changes.
FOOD/DRINK TICKETS: Your ticket includes general admission to the Oktoberfest celebration and specified food/drink tickets. Each of the items below are equivalent to one ticket. You may also purchase extra food/drink tickets on the day of the event. Please note to keep things moving quickly and efficiently we will have CASH-ONLY food/drink ticket sales, so please come prepared.
Brezen w/ Obatza: local, hand rolled soft pretzel w/ beer cheese
Wurstl w/ Haus Kraut: Sausage braised in beer & onions served w/ bacon & apple sauerkraut
Steckerlfisch: grilled marinated sardines on a stick
geräucherte Türkei Beine: smoked turkey leg
Kasespaetzel: fresh spaetzle w/ chives, fried onions & emmentaler cheese
German Potato Salad: warm potato salad w/ bacon, vinegar, onions & parsley
Lanjager, cheddar cheese & pickle
Selection of 12 oz. farmhouse ales brewed by Odd Alewives Farm Brewery. For the event we will be releasing ODD IDEA, a Gose collaboration between Odd Alewives and Morse’s Sauerkraut. The idea was to make a spin on a traditional Gose which is a slightly sour and salty wheat beer that originated in Germany. We used Morse's legendary sauerkraut in the brewing process to add the necessary acid, bacteria and salt; as well as fresh coriander from our gardens. The result is tart and refreshing herbal wheat beer with hints of lemon.
Rosbacher mineral water
The event will be taking place on Oct. 13th at Odd Alewives Farm Brewery at 99 Old route 1 in Waldoboro, Me from noon – 6pm. The doors open at noon.
MUSIC: You can enjoy the music of Die Oktoberfest Musikmeister, a German oompah band from 1-4pm, and the Oystermen, a local favorite from 4-6pm.
PARKING: Parking is limited at the brewery. We have a lower parking lot just past the brewery at the base of the hill (look for the parking signs) and will be shuttling people from noon - 6pm from the front of the Waldo Theatre at 916 Main St, Waldoboro, ME 04572. The Waldo Theatre parking lot is behind the building, you are also welcome to park in the municipal lots and walk over to the theatre.
CHECK-IN: Once you arrive you can check-in to get your wristbands, food/drink tickets, and for those of you who pre-ordered before midnight on Oct. 12 you will also receive a glass boot. You can also buy more food/drink tickets but we will be accepting cash-only to keep the lines moving so please plan accordingly.
DOGS: We love dogs but for this event only registered service dogs will be permitted.
OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINK: Outside food or drink is not permitted. Don’t worry we will have plenty of food and drink options for you all to choose from.
SEATING: We have inside seating, picnic tables and some chairs near the fire pit but feel free to bring your own lawn chair for the beer garden area.
KIDS: Kids under 6 years of age will receive free general admission when accompanied by an adult.