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Office of the Mayor
Willkommen! On behalf of the City of Tulsa, welcome to our community’s signature fall festival, Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa! As we gather here at River West Festival Park on the banks of the Arkansas River, you will find fun, fellowship, delicious food and drink ... all with the backdrop of Tulsa’s beautiful downtown skyline. We are grateful to the dedicated sponsors, volunteers, vendors, first responders and so many others whose efforts make this festival possible and make Tulsa a wonderful place to live and work. In addition to the festival, the sunny days and crisp fall evenings of the Oktoberfest season are perfect for exploring all that River Parks has to offer. We invite you to experience the many facets of the riverfront, with miles of tree-lined trails, play areas, sports fields, magnificent sculpture, abundant wildlife, Gathering Place, the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness and so much more. River Parks is one of Tulsa’s premier public-private partnerships, a testament to the decades of investment by the public sector and generous corporate and philanthropic partners. Beyond the banks of the Arkansas, Tulsa offers an array of activities, from its vibrant downtown scene and renowned art deco architecture, to world-class museums, universities, music, theatre, and sports. We are a city on the move, dedicated to building a globallycompetitive community, rich in the cultural diversity of our shared Oklahoma heritage. Wishing you all the best as you celebrate Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa! Freundliche Grüße, (Best regards)
G.T. Bynum Mayor City of Tulsa 175 E. 2nd St.• Tulsa, OK 74103 • Office 918.596.7411 • Fax 918.596.9010 Email: Mayor@cityoftulsa.org www.cityoftulsa.org
Willkommen to Tulsa’s 41st Year of Oktoberfest! Who could have imagined in 1979 that those fledgling sponsors and volunteers were planting seeds that would yield a bountiful harvest of treasured friendships and priceless memories? We’ve been fortunate to enjoy the unwavering support of the Tulsa community for over four decades thanks to the thousands of dedicated volunteers, supportive corporations, and loyal patrons that have celebrated with us. Tulsa’s signature fall festival is now regularly ranked among the nation’s top five Oktoberfest celebrations because of its commitment to preserving traditional elements while continuously enhancing its offerings of entertainment, activities and cuisine. Raise your steins and join us in giving a hearty Prost! to the future of Linde Oktoberfest in Tulsa – and a genuine Vielen Dank to all who have contributed to its success! Ticke Tocke Ticke Tocke Hoi Hoi Hoi – Linde Oktoberfest in Tulsa ist Wunderbar! 3
LETTER FROM PRESIDENT OF THE GERMAN AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TULSA (GAST) Wie geht’s (How are you)?
Robert Karl Rothenbücher
Welcome to Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa! We’ve been celebrating Oktoberfest here in Tulsa for 41 years, but the original Oktoberfest began 209 years ago on October 12, 1810, with the marriage of Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Today, Oktoberfest is the world’s largest Volksfest beer festival and traveling fun fair!
Did you know that approximately 16% of the American population has German ancestry? It’s true! The German American Society of Tulsa (G.A.S.T.) works to promote and preserve the German language and culture through edu-cational and social activities and events for the enrichment of our members and the community. Whether you’re of German descent or not, you’re encouraged to join us! The only requirement is loving German language and culture. Membership information is available at www.gastulsa.org. Make sure you stop by our tent for bratwurst with sauerkraut and mustard (specially imported from Germany for this great event), and homemade potato pancakes with applesauce! Enjoy this year’s Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa and have a guten Zeit (good time)!
Robert Karl Rothenbücher President of the German-American Society of Tulsa 4
celebrating 41 years
The year was 1979, and the very first Oktoberfest was born of humble beginnings on the east bank of the Arkansas River in Tulsa. The brain child of Vivian Steele, then the public affairs administrator for the River Parks Authority, the first Oktoberfest was sponsored by KJRH, the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, The Tulsa Tribune, KBEZ Radio and the River Parks Authority. While it may be hard to imagine when thinking of what Tulsa’s Oktoberfest looks like now, just a few small tents, Master of Ceremonies Josef Hardt, producer-director at KJRH, and support from the German-American Club of Oklahoma City were all it took to get the first Oktoberfest underway. The success of that first festival, which saw approximately 50,000 attendees, encouraged organizers to set aside seed money for the following year. During the second year of the festival that number almost doubled. Oktoberfest patrons consumed 3,500 pounds of knackwurst, bratwurst and sauerkraut. Although hamburgers, hotdogs and corn dogs also available, it was apparent the crowd craved German food and wanted an authentic German experience. With the monumental growth of the first two years, Oktoberfest moved to the west bank of the Arkansas River in 1981. For many people, festival volunteers in particular, it was an unforgettable occasion. Relentless rains led to discussions about cancelling the festival, which soon became known as “Mudfest.” Not only did the festival go on as scheduled, it lasted for two weekends and became the stuff of legend when the Chicken Dance was introduced. Years later, volunteers and attendees from the Mudfest days will tell you it’s the most fun they’ve ever had! The festival’s fourth year might as well have been called the “Dustbowl,” as water wagons were utilized to control the dust. For 1982, Oktoberfest was once again located on what is now a portion of the Waterside Apartments complex property. The Burlington Northern Railway provided train rides from the festival location to Jenks America. The crowd 6
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reached an estimated 250,000 and ate five miles of sausages in addition to mountains of kartoffelpuffer (potato pancakes) sauerkraut and pickles. Oktoberfest was on the move again in 1983, as construction at its previous location necessitated a move to just south of 21st Street in the Old West Park. At the new location, many of the tents were located over existing parking lots and there was no dust or mud to contend with. By this point in time, the festival was established and people found the festival with little regard to its changed location! Completion of the existing festival site in 1985, and its upgrade and renovation in 2015, provided Oktoberfest with a permanent home, more space and the necessary infrastructure to allow a growing and maturing festival to better accommodate and serve the ever-growing crowds. Each year brings different bands from Germany, variations in German and European foods, arts and crafts and fun activities for the children. Significantly, Oktoberfest donates a sizeable portion of its revenues to the River Parks Authority for continuing improvements to the festival site and park system and is one of the major fundraisers for the organization. John Toschik A Founding Member of GAST LINDE OKTOBERFEST TULSA October 17-20 | River West Festival Park 7
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With nine bier and entertainment zelts, brand new games and competitions and entertainers direct from Germany, Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa has something for everyone. Enjoy delicious German food throughout the venue, including the new Restaurant am Himmel and the popular Hofbräuhaus. Whether you’re a first-timer, or you’re a veteran of each of the festival’s forty-one years of chicken dancing, grab your friends and family and prepare to experience a slice of German culture. It’s all Sehr Gut!
F E S T I VA L H O U R S THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY 8
5 – 11 p.m. 11 a.m. – 1 a.m. (some tents will close at midnight) Family Free Day presented by Zeeco! Free admission until 4:00 p.m. 11 a.m. – 1 a.m. (some tents will close at midnight) 12 – 6 p.m.
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Direct from Cleveland, Ohio, das Glockenspiel returns, showcasing hourly live performances on a double decker stage with their ever-popular bar below. The OK Hoptoberfest Zelt features Oklahoma craft brews, and the Hofbräuhaus features a full, sit-down restaurant, pairing great German food with famous Hofbräu biers. The full liter MaßKrug, sponsored by Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, and the popular ½ liter KleinKrug are available at all bier service locations. Celebrating our 41st year, we will present Fireworks over the lagoon at 9:15 p.m. on Thursday evening. Der Lufthansa Technik BierGarten will rock again until 1:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, featuring our iconic Euro Disco with DJ Moody. The games and competitions will roll at the Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena Saturday afternoon, including the Bier Barrel races and the popular Bavarian Cup Team Competition. Shop for authentic Bavarian souvenirs, official Oktoberfest merchandise, and other treasures at the Arts and Crafts MarktHaus. Find hands-on crafts and activities for kids in das Jugendzelt presented by PediStat, offering great entertainment and fun for the entire family! Make plans to join us Thursday evening for the Opening Ceremony Parade and keg tapping at das Glockenspiel starting at 6:30 p.m. Decorated wagons loaded with the kegs from our brewers, bands, flags, and performers in authentic Bavarian clothing parade down the Hauptstrasse (Main Street) to das Glockenspiel to tap the first keg. “O’zapft Is!” is the Bavarian expression for “It’s Tapped!”
Admission at the gate is $10 for adults and free for children 12 and under. Advance ticket packages and deals are available online and include discounted Admission Tickets, V.I.P. Packages, MaĂ&#x;Passes, HopsMan Passports, Autobahn Passes and Friends Packs. You can save time and avoid the lines when you purchase your tickets online, and save money when you purchase your tickets before October 17! Friday Family Free Day presented by Zeeco features free admission from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Carnival ride enthusiasts can purchase $20 ride wristbands, good for a full day of rides on Friday or Sunday.
Friday of the festival coincides with fall break for Tulsa and area Public Schools, making this the perfect day to treat the whole family to a day at the festival park. Friday Family Free Day, presented by Zeeco, is one of the most popular festival days, offering ride wristbands for our full-sized carnival, the kid-focused Jungendzelt guaranteed to keep your young Bavarians active and entertained, plus a wunderbar selection of food and beverages to suit every palate. Share a day of Bavarian fun with the entire family. With free admission for everyone from 11:00 a.m. til 4:00 p.m., come early and stay late into den Abend (evening). Danke SchĂśn to Zeeco! 11
Welcome to the Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa Games and Competitions!
Here’s your chance to challenge your neighbors, friends and associates to win money, prizes and serious swag. All events take place within the Karbach Brewing Games and Competition Arena unless otherwise noted. Check the games schedule on page 14 for competition times.
Bavarian Cup Challenge
The Bavarian Cup (Bayerische Tasse) Team Challenge, pits teams of 8 competing for the Goldenes Fass (Golden Barrel) Award, to display proudly in a lobby, break room or cubicle. Teams compete in four intense but fun games - the legendary Bier Barrel Race, the MassKrug Relay, the Stein Hoist and the Das Tauziehen (Tug o’ War)!
MaßKrug Relay Races
The Krug Relay scores on speed AND spillage. It’s harder than it looks! Carrying up to 35 pounds of bier quickly and safely across the course is a challenge, but loads of FREE stuff at the end of the competition make it worth the effort! MaßKrug Relays are FREE to enter.
Bier Barrel Race
This annual tradition involves teams rolling authentic, empty wooden barrels around a course, and the rules are simple – the fastest time wins! Points are deducted for straying off course and bowling over spectators, of course. Bier Barrel Races are FREE to enter.
Stein Hoist Competitions
Do you have what it takes to hoist one of our MaĂ&#x;Krugs for serious prizes? This competition of strength pits contestants against bier steins and the clock. May the bier be with you! Stein Hoist Competitions are FREE to enter. Stein Hoist competitions take place in various locations throughout the Wiesn.
The Dachshund Dash presented by Woodland West Animal Hospital and Pet Resort â€“ Watch Your Wiener Run!
Wiener dogs are already funny to look at. Now try watching dozens of them zig and zag in a test of speed and intelligence! Dogs compete in single elimination heats. Winners receive cheers from the crowd and barking rights. Winners receive awards from Woodland West Animal Hospital and Pet Resort. $10 fee to enter includes admission, preregistration is suggested. Dogs MUST be registered no later than 1:45 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.
Doxie Costume Parade
This is a fun way to show off your Doxie and fulfill your dream to dress Fido up for a walk in the park. This costume parade will stop all traffic along the HauptStrasse. Prizes for the best costume awarded by our internationally recognized wiener dog costume judging officials. Online registration is $10, which includes Admission.
Lederhosen Lauf presented by Gemini Rosemont
Feed your active lifestyle with this 5k race, Bavarian style. Laufers receive a KleinKrug and tasty Bier, Root Bier or Pepsi product. Finisher awards by Fleet Feet Tulsa|Broken Arrow. Race starts following Opening Ceremonies. Thursday, 7:15 p.m. near das Glockenspiel. Register online at www.fleetfeettulsa.com 13
Games and competitions Schedule Wednesday, October 16 (Corporate Night) 6:15 p.m. 6:45 p.m. 7:45 p.m.
Stein Hoist - Warsteiner EssZelt Stein Hoist - Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger Stein Hoist - Lufthansa Technik BierGarten (during Dorfrocker break)
Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 6:20 p.m. Stein Hoist Competition 7:20 p.m. Bier Barrel Race 8:20 p.m. MaßKrug Relay Races
Thursday, October 17 7:15 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
Stein Hoist - Warsteiner EssZelt Stein Hoist - Spaten Haus Stein Hoist - Die Biestube hosted by Paulaner
Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 7:15 p.m. Lederhosen Lauf presented by Gemini Rosemont 8:20 p.m. Stein Hoist Competition
Friday, October 18 2:15 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 8:15 p.m. 8:45 p.m.
Stein Hoist - Lufthansa Technik BierGarte Stein Hoist - Warsteiner EssZelt Stein Hoist - Lufthansa Technik BierGarte Stein Hoist - Warsteiner EssZelt Stein Hoist - SpatenHaus
Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 6:20 p.m. Bier Barrel Race 7:20 p.m. MaßKrug Relay Races 8:20 p.m. Stein Hoist Competition
Saturday, October 19 4:45 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:45 p.m. 8:45 p.m.
Stein Hoist - SpatenHaus Stein Hoist - Lufthansa Technik BierGarte Stein Hoist - Warsteiner EssZelt Stein Hoist - Brewers Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Stein Hoist - Warsteiner EssZelt
Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 2:00 p.m. Bavarian Cup Challenge 6:20 p.m . Bier Barrel Race 7:20 p.m. MaßKrug Relay Races 8:20 p.m. Stein Hoist Competition
Sunday, October 20
Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 1:00 p.m. Dachshund Parade 2:00 p.m. Dachshund Dash presented by Woodland West Animal Hospital and Pet Resort
We welcome these food vendors to the 2019 Food lineup! Remember, all locations will take credit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay as well as festival coupons. Andolini’s Pizzeria: Pizza by the Slice (4 varieties), Dessert, German Sausage Sandwich Black Forest Café, Inc.: Wiener Schnitzel Sandwich, Wiener Schnitzel Plate with Potato Salad, Bratwurst Burger, Bratwurst Sausage on a Bun, Regular or Smoked Sausage served with Sauerkraut, Smoked Turkey Leg, Hot Pretzel, Fresh Baked Apple Strudel, Bavarian Cheesecake, Coffee, Tea and Lemonade F&J Concessions on the Hauptstrasse: Schnitzel Sandwich, Schnitzel Dinner, Potato Salad, Ludger’s Cheesecake, Lemonade F&J Concessions Trailer: German Skillet Potatoes, Pulled Pork with Potatoes, Siegi’s Spicy Cheddar Brat with Skillet Potatoes, Siegi’s Spicy Buffalo with Potatoes, Ludger’s Cheesecake, Iced Tea or Lemonade Deb’s Pineapple Whip: Desert Sensations, Shakes, Floats and Slushes Dippin’ Dots: Dippin Dots Ice Cream, Floats, Shakes, Cotton Candy and German Chocolate Cake German-American Society of Tulsa (G.A.S.T.): Bratwurst on Bun with Kraut, Smoked Bratwurst on Bun with Kraut, Hotdog on Bun, Potato Pancakes, Kraut, Hot Pretzels with Sea Salt and delicious Chocolate Chip Brownies German Kettle Corn: Freshly popped, savory kettle corn
Jack’s Corndogs & Confections: Fresh Pretzels, Corn Dogs, Cotton Candy, Funnel Cakes, Foot Long Hot Dogs, Frito Pies, Cheese on a Stick, Carmel Apples, Mini Donuts, Fried Snickers, Oreos and Twinkies, Nachos, Ices, Lemonade. Limeade, Cherry Limeade Helmut’s Strudel: Strudel (Apple, Cherry, Bavarian Cheesecake), Beef Wellington, Spinach-Cheese Puff, Broccoli-Cheese Puff, Cinnamon-Roasted Nuts (Almonds, Cashews, Pecans) Küken Hutte: Delicious ½ Roasted Chicken Hofbräuhaus Restaurant: Returning for 2019, Hofbräu biers paired with full German buffet of hendl (chicken) sausage and schnitzel. Prix fixe (plus alcohol). Credit cards, cash and coupons accepted. Hoopingarner Concessions: Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich and more! NEW! Restaurant am Himmel (Restaurant in the Sky): Enjoy an upscale, Bavarian dining experience prepared by award-winning Chef Jon McEachern inside the new Restaurant am Himmel (Restaurant in the Sky) overlooking der Lufthansa BierGarten stage and dance floor. This delicious, three-course, plated and served meal will be paired with signature Warsteiner German beers and a crisp German Riesling dessert wine. Dinner seatings available: Thursday at 6:30 pm; Friday at 6:30 pm; Saturday at 6:30 pm (first seating); Saturday at 8:30 pm (second seating) Schnitzel and Giggles: 9-inch bratwurst on a Roll, 9-inch Bratwurst on a Roll with Topping (Kraut, Red Cabbage, Peppers and Onions, Jäger Gravy,”Best Wurst” Dinner, Schnitzel on a Stick, Schnitzel on a Roll, Schnitzel Dinner, Side of Red Cabbage or Kraut, Hand-cut Pommes Frites with Topping of Cheese or Jäger Gravy SKT Concessions: Indian Tacos, Chicken On A Stick, Cheese Fries, Nachos, Loaded Nachos, Ribbon Fries, Pumpkin Spiced Cheesecake, Strawberry Cream Delight Siegi’s Sausage Factory: Sausage Plate Dinner, Sausage (2 sizes), with German Potato Salad, Kraut, Bread & choice of Sausage, Sausage on a Bun with Kraut (choice of Sausage), Rueben Sandwich, Siegi Burger (Bratwurst Patty on Kaiser bun with Kraut & Cheese). 16
Sugar’s Concessions: Funnel Cakes, Corn Dogs, Specialty Cakes, Dachshund Dogs, Curly Fries (Loaded – Chili, Cheese, Sour Cream, Chives), Sandwiches, Blooming Onions, Fried Pickles, Cheesecake, Lemonade, Tea Taqueria El Jarocho Food Truck: Mexican Street Tacos with Five Meat Options, Nachos, Burritos, Quesadilla and Mexican Sandwiches Woodstock Pretzel Company: Pizzas, including Bratwurst, Corned Beef, Pepperoni, Sausage, Chicken, Bacon, Ranch, Chicken BBQ, Margherita, Veggie, Cheese, Chicken Alfredo – All Homemade Dough and Sauces. The Wurst: Local Handmade Siegi’s Bratwurst, Soaked in Locally Brewed Beer and Served with Grilled Onions, Sauerkraut, Spicy Mustard and Curry Ketchup
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The heart and soul, the polka-packing, chicken dancing center of our German cultural universe are Die Zelte! Since 1979 the festival has featured Zelte reminiscent of those at München Oktoberfest. The four largest Zelte are located along the Hauptstrasse, and you’ll find the others located throughout the Wiesn. Stroll through each uniquely themed Zelt to experience an array of authentic Oktoberfest music, Bavarian folk dance, whipcracking, yodeling, und ein Bier bitte! Each one has something different to offer, so make sure you visit as many as you can!
DER LUFTHANSA TECHNIK BIERGARTEN
Der BierGarten is the place to be in Munich, and it’s no different in Tulsa! Enjoy 88 Bieren on tap in our most famous tent and tap your feet to the music of German bands and the Euro Disco on our largest stage! Featuring signature Bieren from Warsteiner, Sam Adams, Hofbräu, and headliner band; Dorfrocker!
Who says signature biers and craft biers can’t be friends? Sample your favorites from Warsteiner, Sam Adams, and Boulevard while trying out your new favorites from local breweries like Marshalls and Cabin Boys. Music by Das ist Lustig and Alex Meixner!
ALTE WIESN presented by Bitburger
Looking for a taste of the old world right here in Tulsa? Join Tom Basler and his only slightly German dueling pianos and enjoy St. Killian’s and Bitburger in the comfort of an old world pub. 18
DIE BIERSTUBE hosted by Paulaner
You’ll feel like you’re in Bavaria when you visit Die BierStube! Try Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr while you chicken dance along with the Chardon Polka Band.
SpatenHaus embraces the authentic spirit of the München Oktoberfest presenting one of the most recognizable German biers, Spaten, in a unique setting, along with Anheuser Busch favorites.
BREWER’S HALL presented by Karbach Brewing Co.
This zelt features Tulsa area bands and Texas craft brewer Karbach and the ever-popular chicken dance.
MARSHALL BREWING STAMMTISCH
In Bavaria, a Stammtisch is a pub or bar setting where regulars hang out. Marshall Brewing sets the bar for great places to hang out in this intimate tent featuring big screen sporting action throughout the weekend. Local band Grazzhopper joins the Stammtisch on Thursday evening.
Traditional, sit-down restaurant in the center of all the fun, featuring Hofbräu biers paired with delicious German platters of sausage and schnitzel. Credit cards, cash and coupons accepted.
OK HOPtoberfest presented by Specialty Brands
Featuring sixteen taps from local Oklahoma craft brewers, including, Mountain Fork Brewery, O’Fallon’s Brewery, Flyway Brewing an Frio Brewery.
OKTOBERFEST IN MUNICH NOT IN YOUR BUDGET? Great accommodations, complimentary breakfast and a warm chocolate chip cookie is! After a full day of bratwurst, beer, lederhosen and chicken dancing, the DoubleTree by Hilton Tulsa Downtown is the perfect place to relax and enjoy Sweet Dreams™. Book our Oktoberfest package today! DoubleTree by Hilton. Where the little things mean everything.™
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gemütlichkeit (corporate night)
One of the Tulsa’s most anticipated events of the fall is Linde Oktoberfest’s signature fundraiser, Gemütlichkeit (ge mōōtlik kīt). Gemütlichkeit was introduced decades ago to recognize and thank supporting media and festival sponsors who were often unable to enjoy the festival as patrons. Gemütlichkeit quickly became a corporate networking event like no other, with patrons reserving tables, Munich-style, to share community and good will over traditional German food and drink. The evening is often referred to simply as “Corporate Night.” Gemütlichkeit is the main fundraiser for Tulsa Oktoberfest, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for- profit organization whose mission is to produce an authentic celebration of German folk heritage that will enhance Tulsa and its River Parks. Since the inception of Tulsa’s Oktoberfest in 1979, the festival has benefited River Parks Authority, a Public Trust and 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.
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wednesday, october 16 (private event) Der Lufthansa Technik BierGarten 5:00 p.m. Münchner Gaudiblosn 6:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 7:00 p.m. Dorfrocker 7:45 p.m. Stein Hoist During Dorfrocker break Warsteiner EssZelt 5:00 p.m. Das Ist Lustig 6:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 7:00 p.m. Alex Meixner 8:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 8:45 p.m. Alex Meixner SpatenHaus 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
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Die BierStube hosted by Paulaner 5:00 p.m. Walburg Boys 7:00 p.m. Chardon Polka Band Brewer’s Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Co. 5:00 p.m. Black Light Libertines (Eric Himan) 7:30 p.m. Fuzed Marshall Brewing Stammtisch Large screen TVs, Live Sports and Great Bier! Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger 5:00 pm. Sepp Diepolder 6:45 pm Stein Hoist 8:00 p.m. Tom Basler Dueling Pianos OK HOPtoberfest hosted by Specialty Brands 6:00 p.m. DJ Matt Hofbräuhaus 5:00 p.m. Nick Bratkovich, Accordion Hauptbühne – Das Glockenspiel Stage Hourly das Glockenspiel Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 6:20 p.m. Stein Hoist Competition 7:20 p.m. Bier Barrel Race 8:20 p.m. MaßKrug Relay Races
MaßKrug Fill or Refill Only (1 Liter, 32.2 oz.) – $13 Does NOT include the Stein KleinKrug Fill or Refill Only (½ Liter, 16 oz.) – $7 Does NOT include the Stein Commemorative Steins are $5 for a Full Liter MaßKrug, and $3 for a ½ Liter KleinKrug
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BIER LIST Select Biers of the 2019 Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa (as of 9/20/2019 – subject to change), by tent:
Der Lufthansa Technik Biergarten Pavilion and Warsteiner Esszelt featuring a variety of favorite signature bieren from Warsteiner, Sam Adams, and Hofbräu as well as German music
Warsteiner Dunkel: 4.9% abv: Using only the best ingredients, this dark refreshes like a true lager beer. It has a rich, smooth taste and lingering slightly sweet aftertaste. Warsteiner Premium: 4.8% abv: A light sparkling gold premium pilsner with a thin lace. This world-class beer is crisp and refreshing. Warsteiner Oktoberfest: 5.9% abv: The amber color provides a full body flavor with balanced hops, a rich maltiness and a long finish, resulting in a festive taste! König Ludwig Weiss: 5.5% abv: This is a Royal Bavarian Hefe Weizen. Why are the Bavarian Royal Family and King Ludwig so important to brewing history? The Bavarian Royal Family had sole rights to brewing Hefe-Weizen on Bavaria for over 200 years. Hofbräu Oktoberfest: This isn’t just any beer. This is a beverage brewed from pure water, the best quality malt and perfect hops. Brewed by Hofbrau Munchen, the Oktoberfestbier is a fullbodied lager known for its clean, crisp edge and ability to get any party started. Our favorite part is its 6.3% abv. Hofbräu Original: Boasting a refreshing flavor, fin hops aroma and 5.1% abv, this bottom-fermented brew is a well-balanced as it is delicious. It has true character. Hofbräu Dunkel: This archetypal Bavarian beer still reigns as one of our most well-rounded flavors. Whether you’re celebrating the start of the weekend or wedding anniversary, this spicy bold brew featuring 5.5% abv is perfect for every occasion. Hofbräu Hefe Weiss: We can’t think of anything more pleasurable than a thirst quenching brew that tingles all the way down... except maybe one that is 5.1% abv and features a refreshing and fruity taste that can only come from being brewed by ancient tradition. Santa Fe Oktoberfest: 6% abv: You will find this lager’s unbridled festivity hard to resist. This classic German lager showcases the crisp maltiness of Munich malts compounded with the delicious notes of Bavarian hops, giving this cleanfinishing beer just the right flavor for the end of summer. Sam Adams Oktoberfest: A deep red amber, medium-bodied märzen-style lager with a rich malt complexity, light Bavarian Noble hop note and a smooth, sweet finish. 26
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bier list Angry Orchard Crisp Apple: This crisp and refreshing cider mixes the sweetness of the apples with a subtle dryness for a balanced cider taste. The fresh apple aroma and slightly sweet, ripe apple flavor make this cider hard to resist. Sam Adams Boston Lager: Distinctive balance of spicy hops, slightly sweet roasted malts and a smooth finish. Shiner Bock: A genuine Bavarian beer, it has a deep amber color, distinctive rich flavor and full body. Shiner Bock demonstrates the care of a handcrafted brewing process to bring forth a mellow taste free of the bitter aftertaste. Shiner Oktoberfest: This classic Oktoberfest brew is made with the highest quality two-row barley, Munich and caramel malts, along with German grown Hallertau Tradition and Hersbrucker hops. Sierra Nevada Oktoberfest: 6% ABV: Sierra Navada partnered with Bavaria’s Weihenstephan, the world’s oldest brewery, for this American take on the classic German Oktoberfest. A malt backbone is balanced by subtle hop character in this crisp, clean, drinkable crowd-pleaser. Nothing captures the spirit of celebration like a beer among friends Sierra Nevada Pale Ale: 5.6% ABV: Its unique piney and grapefruit aromas from the use of whole-cone American hops have fascinated beer drinkers for decades and made this beer a classic, yet remains new, complex and surprising to thousands of beer drinkers everyday. It is - as it always has been - all natural, bottle conditioned, and refreshingly bold. Miller Lite: A great tasting light pilsner beer. Triple hops brewed to create flavor, develop balance and lock-in taste. Coors Light: Coors Light is a 4.2% ABV American Light Pale Lager brewed in Golden Colorado. It has clean bready malt notes with low bitterness. Leinenkugal Oktoberfest: 5.10% ABV: Leinenkugel’s Oktoberfest is brewed in Chippewa Falls and is a rich and toasty Marzenstyle beer. It has a toasted malt flavor and subtle spicy hop notes. Blue Moon: Blue Moon belgian style wheat ale, 5.4% ABV and has a Zesty Orange Fruitiness with a light spicy wheat aroma. New Belgium Fat Tire: An Ameri-Belgo style ale with a toasty malt, gentle sweetness, and flash of fresh hop bitterness, balancing the malt and hops perfectly. Marshall This Land Lager: 4.8% ABV: This beer is a celebration of brewmaster Eric Marshall’s time in Germany. The result is a helles Lager that connects European tradition to Oklahoma history celebrating Woody Guthrie and his lasting contribution to Americana and championing of the working class. This Land Lager offers all who drink beer an option of simplicity and precision. 27
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bier list Marshall Oktoberfest: A beautiful deep copper-colored lager highlighted by a complex malt flavor, elegantly balanced by the bittering of noble German hops. This beer is extremely smooth and highly drinkable. Nine Band Cabin Boys Oktoberfest: Our Traditional German ‘Fest Bier’ is light and golden in color. Made with an heirloom German malt and balanced by Bavarian Noble hops, this crushable, crisp lager is made to be enjoyed by all. Renaissance Deutschican: (ABV 5.9% IBU 25) is a Vienna Style Lager that is brewed especially for the Oktoberfest season. Often times called Oktoberfest beer’s little brother, made with a large portion of Vienna malt which provides a light, toasty, malty beer which is smooth to taste and easy to drink. Prost! Boulevard Bob’s 47 Oktoberfest: This Munich-Style Lager is a medium-bodied, dark amber brew with a malty flavor and well-balanced hop character.
Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger While enjoying Tom Basler and his only slightly German dueling pianos, enjoy Bitburger and Kostrizer in the comfort of an Old World pub.
Bitburger: This elegant Pilsner beer has a bright, fresh golden color and rich frothy head. Its refined herbal notes are delicately poised, followed by a nutty and honeyed aftertaste. Kostritzer Schwarzbier: A mahogany color and a lasting, cream-colored, finely poured head are the defining features of Köstritzer black lager beer. Its expressive fragrance evokes a range of intense spicy aromas, including sage, roasted chestnuts, dark honey, bitter chocolate and fresh, farm-baked bread. Kostritzer Pale Ale: This masterpiece stands out thanks to its full and intense hop flavor and refreshing nuances of tropical fruits. It gets its golden-orange, honey color from a mixture of selected malts. Benediktiner Oktoberfest (Bavarian): This amber-colored beer has a fruity and malty aroma which is accompanied by a hint of caramel. The taste is slightly sweet, malty and fruity and the mild traditional bitterness is well balanced with the malty background. Carlsberg (Denmark): With its golden color and delicate smell of hops and malt, Carlsberg is the quintessential pilsner beer. Carlsberg Pilsner is a well-proportioned bottom-fermented lager beer with a flavor of hops, grains, pine needles, sorrel and Danish summer apples. Kronenbourg Blanc (France): Kronenbourg 1664 Blanc is a Belgian style witbier. It is an opalescent, light yellow liquid with a strong citrus aroma of peach and apricot.
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BIER LIST Brewer’s Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Co. This zelt features the premier Texas craft brewer, Karbach. Karbach Love Street: 4.9% ABV: Brewed in the Kolsch-style and hopped delicately with floral German hops, this beer boasts a clean malt profile that refreshes to the core, without sacrificing character. Karbach Hopadillo IPA: 6.6% ABV : This dry-hopped Texas IPA has a flavor as defiant as the Hopadillo himself. It’s packed with the bracing bitterness of hops from around the world that this creature craves. Karbach Lemon Ginger Radler: 3.5% ABV: German for “cyclists,” Texan for “damn refreshing!” A blend of lemon, ginger, and golden beer that is sure to quench a Texas-sized thirst! Goose Island IPA: 5.9% ABV: Full-flavored IPA with bright citrus aromas and a bold hop finish. Goose Island Next Coast IPA: 7.0% ABV: Big, bracing, piney hop flavors meet a tropical bouquet of Nugget, Citra and Mosaic hops. There’s a balanced bitterness that blends seamlessly into the light to medium body. Goose Island Sofie: 6.5% ABV: A wine barrel-aged with an abundance of hand-zested orange peel. Spicy white pepper notes contrast a vibrant citrus tartness, and her creamy vanilla finish is light and refreshing. Estrella Jalisco: 4.5% ABV: A premium, superior-tasting Mexican pilsner with a pale, golden-yellow color and a smooth, crisp flavor with no bitter aftertaste. Elysian The Great Pumpkin: 8.4% ABV: The world’s first Imperial pumpkin ale. Brewed with Pale, Munich, Cara-Hell, CaraVienne, Cara-Munich and C-45 Crystal malts. Roasted pumpkin seeds in the mash, and extra pumpkin added in the mash, kettle and fermenter. Spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and allspice. Golden Road Mango Cart: A series inspired by the iconic fruit cart vendors of Los Angeles. A light wheat ale bursting with lots of fresh mango flavor and aroma, finishing crisp and refreshing. 4.0% ABV Anthem Oktoberfest: 5.5% ABV: A blend of Vienna & Munich malts, this amber lager is expressively rich with a toasted malty sweetness. Breckenridge Vanilla Porter: 5.4% ABV: Real vanilla beans from Madagascar combined with caramel and Munich malts create a beer that’s balanced and flavorful. Aromas of vanilla and toasted grain set the stage of mellow flavors of vanilla and dark roasted malts. 31
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bier list Kona Big Wave Golden Ale: 4.4% ABV: A lighter-bodied golden ale with a tropical hop aroma and flavor – a smooth, easy drinking refreshing ale. The use of caramel malt contributes to the golden hue of this beer and our special blend of hops provides a bright quenching finish. Kona Pipeline Porter: 5.3% ABV: Brewed with Hawaiian Kona Coffee, Pipeline Porter has a boost of flavor with a smooth style. The dark chocolate color, rich roasted malt flavor and smooth coffee finish takes the edge off when the waves are high and the wind is blowing. Stella Artois Cidre: 4.5% ABV : This European-style cider is well-balanced and pairs a soft, fruity sweetness with a crisp dryness. Made with a variety of hand-picked apples from wine-growing regions in the same tradition of thought and care as Stella Artois. Bud Light: 4.2% ABV: Light-bodied lager with fresh clean subtle hop aromas, delicate malt sweetness and a crisp finish. Budweiser: 5.0% ABV: Golden-colored, light, crisp and clean, with subtle aroma notes of malt and noble hops, with soft fruity and citrus hop flavors and a clean, soft balanced finish. Shock Top: 5.2% ABV: A light, unfiltered, spiced Belgian-style Wheat Ale beer, with a cloudy light golden color, aromas of citrus zest and coriander. Slightly fruity and sweet, finished with a balanced bitterness. Michelob Ultra: 4.2% ABV: A superior light beer with just 95 calories and 2.6 carbs, you can enjoy the crisp, refreshing taste of Michelob Ultra without compromising your active lifestyle. Michelob AmberBock: 5.2% ABV: American-Style dark lager. Deep nut brown color with aroma notes of noble hops, caramel, red fruit, citrus and spice. The taste is slightly sweet, malty and rutty with a fine-balanced bitterness.
SpatenHaus One of our most popular tents, featuring Spaten Optimator and Oktoberfest, and the music of Bavarski and Alpine Express.
Spaten Premium Lager: 5.2% ABV: Premium brand, bottomfermented Münchner Lager with a supremely well balanced hop flavor. Spaten was the first brewery in Munich to produce this style of light beer. Spaten Optimator: 7.6% ABV: Bottom-fermented dark beer “Doppelbock” with a deep, dark color and rich, roasted-malt flavor. This beer was first brewed in Munich by the monks during times of fasting. Spaten Oktoberfest: 5.9% ABV: First served at the 1872 Munich Oktoberfest, making it the World’s first Oktoberfest beer. Medium-bodied Marzen with aromatic roasted malt flavor and deep amber color. 33
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Stella Artois: 5.0% ABV: An authentic, imported Belgian lager with a floral hop aroma, balances fruity malty sweetness with crisp hop bitterness, and a soft dry finish. Stella Artois Cidre: 4.5% ABV :This European-style cider is wellbalanced and pairs a soft, fruity sweetness with a crisp dryness. Made with a variety of hand-picked apples from wine-growing regions in the same tradition of thought and care as Stella Artois. Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier: 5.0% ABV: Top-fermented with natural yeast turbidity, copper-golden color with creamy foam and a crispy, refreshing, thirst quenching finish. Hoegaarden: 4.9% ABV: Naturally cloudy, white, fresh and light bodied, seasoned with coriander and curacao orange peel, with a spicy Belgium yeast aroma, fruity sweetness and citrus flavors and a soft, spicy dry finish. Elysian Space Dust IPA: 8.2% ABV: Hopped with pure starglow energy with premium two-row, C-15 and Dextra-Pils malts and Chinook, Citra and Amarillo hops. Karbach Love Street: 4.9% ABV: Brewed in the Kolsch-style and hopped delicately with floral German hops, this beer boasts a clean malt profile that refreshes to the core without sacrificing character. Karbach Karbachtoberfest: 5.5% ABV: An authentic, Bavarianstyle Marzen, decoction mashed with Vienna and Munich malts, cold-fermented and aged for six weeks, this beer pairs well with pretzels and sausage, but it tastes mighty fine on its own. Anthem Golden One Belgian Blonde Ale: 7.0% ABV: A fruity nose with hints of coriander and pineapple bring balance to this beerâ€™s malty base. Anthem IPA: 6.5% ABV: Fruity and dank hop aroma, a clean malty backbone, and just the right amount of bitterness merge into this tasty creation. Anthem Oktoberfest: 5.5% ABV: A blend of Vienna & Munich malts, this amber lager is expressively rich with a toasted malty sweetness. Breckenridge Vanilla Porter: 5.4% ABV: Real vanilla beans from Madagascar combined with caramel and Munich malts create a beer thatâ€™s balanced and flavorful. Aromas of vanilla and toasted grain set the stage of mellow flavors of vanilla and dark roasted malts. Bud Light: 4.2% ABV: Light-bodied lager with fresh, clean, subtle hop aromas, delicate malt sweetness and a crisp finish. Michelob Ultra: 4.2% ABV: A superior light beer with just 95 calories and 2.6 carbs, you can enjoy the crisp, refreshing taste of Michelob Ultra without compromising your active lifestyle.
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bier list Die BierStübe hosted by Paulaner A true Bavarian experience featuring Paulaner and Hacker-Pschorr, plus the incredible music of Chardon Polka Band.
Paulaner Oktoberfest Wiesn: ABV 6%, IBU 20: Full-bodied Golden Oktoberfest lager, mellow and balanced. The original beer served at the Munich Oktoberfest. Paulaner Oktoberfest: ABV 5.8% IBU 24: An amber beer made to celebrate the original Oktoberfest over 200 years ago. Full-bodied beer with rich malt and dark toffee flavor. Paulaner Hefe-Weizen: ABV 5.5%, IBU 10: The no. 1 Hefe-Weizbier in Germany, cloudy and golden with mild aroma of banana. Paulaner Lager: 4.9% ABV: Fine aromas and a naturally hearty flavor that is subtle and yet spicy. Paulaner Salvator: ABV 7.9% IBU 28: The best-selling double bock beer in Germany, brewed for over 375 years. Smooth chocolate flavor, with robust, dark, caramel maltiness. Furstenberg Pilsner: ABV 4.8% IBU 31: The best brewing malt from the region and the special combination of Hallertau and Tettnang hops flavours give it its characteristic aroma and unique bitter note. Hacker Pschorr Munich Dunkel: ABV 5% : Left to mature in peace, it rewards the palate with a sweet, roasted malty flavor and unmistakably refined taste. Hacker Pschorr Oktoberfest: 5.8% ABV: A beer with a distinctive, unique character – but still very mild and a joy to drink. Every sip is a taste of Bavaria’s joy of life. Hacker Pschorr Weisse: 5.5% ABV: The light sweetness of bananas and honey melt on the tongue and mingle with subtle and slightly more bitter notes of nutmeg. Rahr Oktoberfest: 7% ABV, IBU 27: A traditional Marzen-style Oktoberfest lager – dark amber in color, super smooth, medium body with a sweet malty finish. Dinkelacker Pils: ABV 4.9%: The tart, fresh scent and its floral hop bitterness are provided by the finest Tettnanger hops; the selected malts and our fresh brewing water give our Pils its unique characteristics. Dinkelacker Oktoberfest: 5.6% ABV: Caramel and bready notes with some floral hops on the finish. Prost! Kloster Andechs Vollbier Helles: 4.8% ABV, IBU 15: Mild sweetness with velvety bitterness, what a Munich Helles should taste like! Stiegl Lemon Radler: 4% ABV: Its delicate hints of citrus and fresh aroma are the reason why this naturally cloudy Radler is one of Austria’s most popular beverages. 37
Stiegl Pilsner: 4.9% ABV: Noble, hoppy pils with a clean, crisp aroma, color and taste brewed strictly in compliance with the German purity law of 1516. Weltenburger ANNO 1050: 5.5% ABV: Sophisticated, elegant, light amber in color, impressive through its subtle recipe and high quality of brewing. A delicious balance of bitter hops and malty sweetness. Weltenburger Barock Dunkel: 4.7% ABV: The oldest dark beer in the world - a true taste experience; full-bodied, malty and aromatic, smooth, creamy & extraordinarily dark. Intense taste and flavor, strong and engaging. Weltenburger Barock Helles: 5.6% ABV: Medium-strong, golden lager. Weltenburger Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel: 5.3% ABV: Malty, dark wheat ale. Tallgrass Raspberry Jam: 4.3% ABV: A crisp, natural tartness is balanced by the addition of raspberries, creating a sour wheat ale thatâ€™s light-bodied and refreshing!
HofbrĂ¤u Beer paired with authentic German dinners, brats, sausages, schnitzel, German potato salad, strudel and cheesecake! Enjoy a relaxing environment with service and amenities rivaling the tents at MUNICH OKTOBERFEST! Featuring Nick Bratkovich on accordion. 38
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COOP Oktoberfest: 5.6% ABV, IBU 20: Combines Munich malt, Bavarian hops and a traditional German yeast and calls for the celebration of fall’s arrival. COOP F5 IPA: 6.8% ABV, IBU85: F5 is a belligerent hop reckoning. A straightforward malt body supports the distinctive bouquet of Columbus and Falconers Flight hops that impart citrus, grapefruit and pine notes characteristic of the West Coast style. COOP Native Amber: 6.1% ABV, IBU 55: Caramel and biscuit notes carry the Cascade and Cluster hop additions through to an enjoyably round finish. Reissdorf Kolsch: 4.8% ABV: Has a minty, hop aroma, deliciously sweet, vanilla-like, malt flavors, and a crisp, dry, cedary finish. Magners Irish Cider: 4.5% ABV: THE classic cider - we use 17 varieties of apples, pressing and filtering them in the traditional way. We take time to ferment the cider and even more time to let it mature, up to 2 years in fact. Unibroue La Fin du Monde Belgian Tripel: 9% ABV: La Fin du Monde has earned more medals and awards in major international competitions than any other Canadian beer. CoreToasted Coconut: 6% ABV: Rich and smooth brown ale with a delicious freshly toasted coconut flavor.
Hofbräuhaus Restaurant Offers an authentic German buffet in a sit-down setting, featuring famous Hofbräu biers, great music and authentic decor.
Hofbräu Oktoberfest: ABV 6.3%, IBU 25: The authentic Oktoberfest served in Munich. Golden Lager. Hofbräu Original: ABV 5.1% IBU 24: The “Helles” Lager. Classic style and highly drinkable with light honey malt and citrus. Hofbräu Dunkel: ABV 5.5%, IBU 23: Delicious dark amber lager with a rich dark copper color. Hofbräu Hefe Weizen: ABV 5.1%, IBU 13: Refreshing and crisp wheat style with banana and citrus aroma.
Marshall Brewing Stammtisch Welcoming the usual crowd of sports enthusiasts and select biers from Tulsa’s Marshall Brewing Co.
Dunkel Lager: A Munich-style Dunkel Lager, deep amber from rich toasted malts, surprisingly smooth with low hop character. SMaSH Pils: SMaSH gets its name from its ingredients - Single Malt and Single Hop. This Taproom exclusive features a German Pilsner malt and Sapphire hop to create a clean and crisp Pilsner. Atlas IPA: 6.5% ABV: Pale and caramel maltings of American two-row barley give Atlas IPA a malty backbone to support its noticeable, but not overpowering, hoppy flavor and aroma. 39
Bier List Sundown Wheat: American wheat ale spiced with orange peel and coriander. Kölsch Ale: A traditional German-style ale, light in color with low hop character. Oktoberfest Lager: Oktoberfest is a beautiful deep coppercolored lager highlighted by a complex malt flavor, elegantly balanced by the bittering of noble German hops. This beer is extremely smooth and highly drinkable. Checking in at 6.0% ABV, Oktoberfest is truly a fest bier worth celebrating! This Land Lager: Ask Brewmaster Eric Marshall about his favorite beer and he lights up. He recalls the quitessential Helles from his time studying and apprenticing in Germany. The perfect blend of malt, hops and time yielding a delicate harmony of refreshment. The sum of its parts This Land Lager is crisp and clean with a hint if malt sweetness and short finish inviting another sip. Prost! Arrowhead Pale Ale: An American Pale Ale dry hopped with Citra hops, Arrowhead Pale Ale is brewed to a sessionable 5.2% ABV.
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With an incredible view of the river, the OK HOPtoberfest offers the best in Oklahoma brewing. FLYWAY Brewing Bluewing Berry Wheat: 4.9% ABV- Blueberry Wheat Beer-An American wheat ale fermented with fresh blueberries. The fruit flies out of the glass to greet you and then balances sweet and tart flavors to create an easy drinking and refreshing experience. Free Range Brown Ale: 5.9% ABV- Brown Ale- Set your taste buds free. The inviting deep mahogany hue, earthy hop profile and roasty-toasty character of our specialty malts mingle openly with the subtle aromas of cocoa and caramel. This big, beautiful, homegrown American brown roams freely with a wide range of food pairings. Honeybird Honey Blonde Ale: 4.9% ABV- Blonde AleHoneybird Blonde Ale is brewed with natural Arkansas honey. An easy drinker with a crisp finish that is sure to please a plethora of beer drinkers. Early Bird IPA: 6.3% ABV-A classic American style IPAunmistakable Centennial hops and a unique malty backbone create an IPA that anyone can love. It’s never too late to go Early. R-N-T Flying Duck Amber Lager: 4.9% ABV: This beautiful amber has aromas of caramel malts. It’s drinkable with balanced hops that make it perfect for duck camp.
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Bier List Muskogee Brewing Katy Pale Ale: 5.6% ABV – Katy Pale is MBC’s flagship brew, a classic American pale ale with hints of citrus and a train-car of hops. Our Katy Pale is a reverent nod to the MKT Railroad (the “Katy”), the first trans-Oklahoma railway to connect the famous Three Forks region of eastern Oklahoma with Kansas territory and Texas. We like to think our Katy is the first real ale in the Three Forks region’s biggest city of Muskogee as well. Mocktoberfest: 9.5% ABV: Muskogee Brewing Company’s take on Oktoberfest is a specialty, seasonal strong ale but with many of the familiar bread notes and balance between malty and hoppy that you might find in a traditional Marzen-style beer from Germany. Let this beer help you roll out the barrel but take it easy because this high gravity gem will sneak up on you too…and nobody wants to roll you out! Okie IPA: 8.3% ABV: Our everyday IPA will make you wish you were an Okie from Muskogee too! This IPA will wow you with an IBU in the upper 70’s and refresh you with a fruity, piney finish from our unique blend of hops built around a healthy dose of Amarillo. McOkie Stout: 4.6% ABV: One of Muskogee Brewing’s signature beer styles is the stout with McOkie, a full-bodied and dark tradition Irish-style dry stout made from our custom blend of roasted barley. McOkie is everything you could want from a hearty stout delivering a roasted, coffee-like flavor with a rich, foamy mouthfeel. Arrival Wheat: 4.7% ABV: Our version of an American Wheat is a smooth-drinking, lighter ale with a touch of haziness that will make you feel at home the moment you take that first sip. Go ahead, drop in a slice of fruit as this wheat loves to soak up fruit flavors with its complex mix of grains. Wichita Brewing Yumkin Pumpkin Ale: 6% ABV: Yumkin Pumpkin is the quintessential marriage between two things that make fall weather great…fresh pumpkin and craft beer. WBC’s abundant dosage of pumpkin meat in the mash gives this amber-colored Ale its smooth sweetness, while the additions of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, and cloves explode out of the beer as a sudden reminder of what grandma’s kitchen smelled like Thanksgiving day. Oztoberfest: 6% ABV: Oztoberfest is a deeply copper-colored German Marzen-style lager, brewed with the rich grains of Munich and Vienna Malt. With its strong malty backbone and restrained hop profile, one sip will get you in the mood for a soppy sing along with your closest friends…or complete strangers for that matter. 41
Bier List Valleyview Vanilla Porter: 5.9% ABV: It is a robust porter with whole Madagascar vanilla beans added during fermentation. Consistent with the porter style, this beer is very dark in color. It has a smooth roasty aroma and flavor with hints of chocolate to complement the vanilla beans. V.6 IPA: 7% ABV: Brewed with generous amounts of Cascade and Amarillo hops, this American IPA has assertive flavor and aroma hop character. The bitterness is approachable and well-balanced with its malt backbone. Wushock Wheat: 4.5% ABV: Drinking incredibly soft and smooth, this American Wheat Ale features a rounded wheat-malt profile enhanced by subtle contributions of sweetened specialty malts. Black Mesa Mountain Boomer: A refreshing and lively Kölsch anchored by a hearty malt backbone. Kept crisp by the gentle bitterness and subtle spice of Saaz hops. The snappy carbonation releases an aroma of grainy sweetness punctuated by lightly floral hops. A good beer to accompany get-togethers with friends, and game days. Octoberfest: 4.9% ABV: With a 3,000-year brewing tradition along the Rhine River in Germany, Altbier is possibly the oldest continually brewed style in the world. “Alt”, or “old” in German, refers to the longer conditioning time required to achieve the supremely mellow balance of cereal malts and brisk hop bitterness. Sell Out IPA: 6%ABV: A traditional IPA with a malt backbone brewed with blood orange. The blood orange has a subtle aroma and sweet taste that balances out the bitterness of the IPA. Raspberry Dream Kölsch: Our refreshing Kölsch infused with with just the right amount of raspberry for that perfect summer and fall day. Prague Pilsner: A Czech-style pilsner brewed to the specs of pilsners from the Czech region. Light and crisp like a lager should be. Uno Dorado: A Belgian Golden Strong ale coming in at 8.2% ABV. Brewed with traditional Belgian malts and yeast to give it a nice fruity complexity. Be careful with this one, it will sneak up on you since it drinks more like a 5% ABV beer.
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thursday, October 17, 2019 5:00 p.m.- 11:00 p.m.
All Festival Grounds 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 6:45 p.m. Opening Ceremonies, das Glockenspiel 7:20 p.m. Lederhosen Lauf presented by Gemini Rosemont 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Der Lufthansa Technik BierGarten 5:00 p.m. Münchner Gaudiblosn 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 6:45 p.m. Opening Ceremonies, das Glockenspiel 7:30 p.m. Dorfrocker 8:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 8:45 p.m. Dorfrocker 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Warsteiner EssZelt 5:00 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 6:45 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 7:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 7:30 p.m. Alex Meixner 9:15 p.m. Fireworks SpatenHaus 5:00 p.m. Alpine Express 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 7:00 p.m. Bavarski 8:30 p.m. Stein Hoist 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Die Bierstube hosted by Paulaner 5:00 p.m. G.A.S.T. Blaskapelle 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 6:45 p.m. G.A.S.T. Blaskapelle 7:30 p.m. Chardon Polka Band 9:00 p.m. Stein Hoist 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Brewer’s Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Co. 5:00 p.m. Walburg Boys 8:30 p.m. The Brothers Moore 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Marshall Brewing Stammtisch All hours Large screen TVs, Live Sports and Great Bier! 7:00 p.m. Grazzhopper Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger 5:00 p.m. Sepp Diepolder 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 6:45 p.m. Sepp Diepolder 8:00 p.m. The Fabulous 2 Man Band 9:15 p.m. Fireworks OK HOPtoberfest hosted by Specialty Brands 6:30 p.m. Parade of Brewers, HauptStraße 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Hofbräuhaus Restaurant Ongoing Nick Bratkovich, Accordion Hauptbühne – das Glockenspiel Stage Hourly das Glockenspiel 6:30 p.m. Opening Ceremonies Parade of Brewers – Hauptstraße 6:45 p.m. Opening Ceremonies and Tapping of the Keg 7:20 p.m. Lederhosen Lauf presented by Gemini Rosemont 9:15 p.m. Fireworks Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 7:20 p.m. Lederhosen Lauf presented by Gemini Rosemont 8:20 p.m. Stein Hoist 9:15 p.m. Fireworks
friday, October 18, 2019 11:30 a.m.- 11:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Euro Disco
Der Lufthansa Technik BierGarten 11:30 a.m. G.A.S.T. Blaskapelle 2:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 3:00 p.m. Münchner Gaudiblosn 6:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 7:30 p.m. Dorfrocker 8:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 11:30 p.m. Euro Disco-DJ Moody Warsteiner EssZelt 11:30 a.m. Sepp Diepolder 1:00 p.m. G.A.S.T. Volkstanz Group 1:30 p.m. Sepp Diepolder 2:30 p.m. G.A.S.T. Volkstanz Group 3:00 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 4:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 4:30 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 7:30 p.m. Alex Meixner 8:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 8:30 p.m. Alex Meixner SpatenHaus 11:30 a.m. Alpine Express 3:00 p.m. Walburg Boys 4:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 7:30 p.m. Bavarski 8:45 p.m. Stein Hoist Competition 9:00 p.m. Bavarski Die Bierstube hosted by Paulaner 11:30 a.m. The Polka Meisters 3:00 p.m. Polkanauts 7:30 p.m. Chardon Polka Band Brewer’s Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Co. 12:00 p.m. Kevin Price Band 4:00 p.m. The 29th Street Band 7:30 p.m. DJ Steve Cluck Marshall Brewing Stammtisch Ongoing Large Screen TVs, Live Sports and Great Bier! Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger 5:00 p.m. Sepp Diepolder 6:30 p.m. Mach Schnell 8:00 p.m. Tom Basler Dueling Pianos OK HOPtoberfest hosted by Specialty Brands 6:30 p.m. DJ Matt Hofbräuhaus Restaurant Ongoing Nick Bratkovich, Accordion Hauptbühne – das Glockenspiel Stage Hourly das Glockenspiel Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 6:20 p.m Bier Barrel Race 7:20 p.m. MaßKrug Relay Races 8:20 p.m. Stein Hoist
Saturday, October 19, 2019 11:30 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m. - 1:00 a.m. Euro Disco
Der Lufthansa Technik BierGarten 11:30 a.m. G.A.S.T. Blaskapelle 3:00 p.m. Münchner Gaudiblosn 6:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 6:30 p.m. Münchner Gaudiblosn 7:30 p.m. Dorfrocker 8:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 11:30 p.m. Euro Disco-DJ Moody Warsteiner EssZelt 11:30 a.m. Sepp Diepolder 1:00 p.m. G.A.S.T. Volkstanz Group 1:00 p.m. Sepp Diepolder 2:30 p.m. G.A.S.T. Volkstanz Group 3:00 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 4:00 p.m. Whitney School Texas Dancers 4:30 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 7:00 p.m. Whitney School Texas Dancers 7:30 p.m. Alex Meixner 8:45 p.m. Stein Hoist 9:00 p.m. Alex Meixner SpatenHaus 11:30 a.m. Alpine Express 3:30 p.m Walburg Boys 4:45 p.m. Stein Hoist 5:00 p.m. Walburg Boys 7:30 p.m. Bavarski Die Bierstube hosted by Paulaner 11:30 a.m. Polka Meisters 2:30 p.m. Polkanauts 4:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 7:30 p.m. The Chardon Polka Band Brewer’s Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Co. 11:30 a.m. FM Pilots 4:00 p.m. Paul Benjamin Band 7:15 p.m. Stein Hoist 7:30 p.m. Speakeasy Marshall Brewing Stammtisch Ongoing Large screen TVs, Live Sports and Great Bier! Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger 6:30 p.m. Mach Schnell 8:00 p.m. Tom Basler Dueling Pianos OK HOPtoberfest hosted by Specialty Brands 6:30 p.m. DJ Matt Hofbräuhaus Restaurant Ongoing Nick Bratkovich, Accordion Hauptbühne – das Glockenspiel Stage Hourly das Glockenspiel Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 2:00 p.m. Bavarian Cup Challenge 6:20 p.m Bier Barrel Race 7:20 p.m. MaßKrug Relay Races 8:20 p.m. Stein Hoist
Sunday, October 20, 2019 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Der Lufthansa Technik BierGarten 12:00 p.m. G.A.S.T. Blaskapelle 1:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration 3:00 p.m. Münchner Gaudiblosn 5:45 p.m. Closing Ceremonies Warsteiner EssZelt 12:00 p.m. Das Ist Lustig and Dancers 3:00 p.m. Alex Meixner SpatenHaus 12:00 p.m. Alpine Express 3:00 p.m Walburg Boys 3:30 p.m. Goaßlschnalzen – whip cracking demonstration Die Bierstube hosted by Paulaner 12:00 p.m. Bavarski 3:00 p.m. The Chardon Polka Band Brewer’s Hall presented by Karbach Brewing Co. 12:00 p.m. klondike 5 3:30 p.m. Casii Stephans and The Midnight Sun Marshall Brewing Stammtisch Ongoing Large screen TVs, Live Sports and Great Bier! Alte Wiesn presented by Bitburger 12:00 p.m. Sepp Diepolder 3:00 p.m. Tom Basler with Barrett Lewis Hofbräuhaus Ongoing Nick Bratkovich, Accordion Hauptbühne – das Glockenspiel Stage Hourly das Glockenspiel Karbach Brewing Games and Competitions Arena 1:20 p.m. Dachshund Parade and Costume Contest 2:20 p.m. Dachshund Dash presented by Woodland West Veterinarian Hospital and Pet Resort
Ride Your Bike, Park for Free.
Tulsa is a cycling community and we love bike riders! As a way of saying thanks, you can park your ride for free at the following location: Spoke House Bike Corral, on River Parks bike path located at the southern end of River West Festival Park just inside the entrance. They will valet for your bike to allow you to join all the fun at the Wiesn!
Note: Hours of operation for the bike corral are until 8:30 p.m. each evening, and until close on Sunday evening (6:00 p.m.).
markthaus arts & crafters
Experience Bavarian craftsmanship in Tulsa! Stop by the Arts and Crafts MarktHaus to pick up lasting memories of this year’s festival. Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa will feature more than forty arts and crafts booths. Guests will see a selection of handmade items and authentic German wares, including: AMBERLE ORIGINALS: Hand crafted jewelry, some vintage pieces B&P ENTERPRISES: Handmade German home accessories BEER IS OK: Apparel, barware, headwear & accessories for the craft beer enthusiast BROOKLYN’S CUSTOM NAME RINGS AND TEES: Custom gifts BS WOODTURNING: Wooden goods CARICATURES BY DICK WESTBROOK CREEKMORE JEWELRY: Sterling silver rings, earrings, bracelets, toe rings, bands, hand knotted gem stone beads & kid’s necklaces CRYSTAL PEDDLER: Crystals, stones, stone jewelry & fossils from Oklahoma DAISY CHAINS MAILLE: Copper wire jewelry with unakite and purple jasper DINGOZ DESIGN: Silver and bronze art jewelry EURO-MART: European foods FASHIONALITY WOOD DECOR, LLC: Wood crafts FANCY FACES FACE PAINTING: Face painting inside the Jugendzelt (Kid’s Tent) GERMAN IMPORT HAUS: German souvenirs, clothing, hats, jewelry GERMAN STEINS & SOUVENIRS: Beer steins, glasses, t-shirts, hats, flags, etc. J & B JEWELRY: Necklaces, bracelets, earrings and anklets KEETONVILLE HILL POTTERY: Clay pots and bowls KELY & CO: One of a kind hand painted jewelry & home décor LA CUSTOM CUFFS: Polished stone necklaces, leather cuffs and beaded bracelets MARIE’S HENNA ART: Body art MARIA’S SWEATERS: Handmade sweaters, dream catchers, ocarinas, bracelets, maracas, pens, pan flutes, snakes, turtles, butterflies, bags, dolls, ponchos & dresses MILLIE SCOTT QUILTING: Hand quilted fabrics MOSTO CREATIONS: Leather goods Names and Frames: Family name history and coat of arms on framed scrolls, coffee mugs and steins 50
markthaus arts & crafters
NEEDLEWERX CROCHET: Crochet hats and other apparel OKTOBERFEST DEPOT: German, Polish, Czech, Irish & Scottish heritage items OPTIC MOMENTUM: Photo jewelry POWER PARACORDING & JEWELRY: Handcrafted paracord items and jewelry and etched glass RED RIVER GOURMET: Pre-packaged raspberry-based condiments SCULPTURE BY GARY: Limestone sculptures SENEGENCE/ LIPSENSE: Cosmetics, skin care SIXTH DAY SNACKS: Delicious packaged food STRUGGLE BUS: Art, graphic tees, decorative pillows, koozies, hats & stickers THE THIRD EYE BOUTIQUE: Apparel, jewelry, crystals, henna THE BEADED SPOON: Jewelry of vintage silverware, gemstone pendants and crystal ornaments
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presented by Family fun for all ages. Come craft, play, experience, and enjoy our children and family centered KinderPlatz. A tradition almost as old as the festival itself, there is something to do for all members of the family. New this year, only on Thursday, is free family craft night; come create your favorite craft for free on Thursday from 5:00 - 9:00 pm. Concessions â€“ Root Beer Floats, ice cold soft drinks and water, regular and flavored hot chocolate, coffee, and snacks. There is sure to be something to tempt your taste buds or compliment your festival fare. Please join us for a tasty treat or just to say hello! Sand Art Bottles â€“ A fun activity for all ages featuring brightly colored sand layered within a bottle to make a beautiful keepsake. Add a little fun fur topper and silly googly eyes for added fun for the kids as their sand art bottle becomes a unique sand art monster just for them.
Perler Bead – Come craft with us and enjoy the original melty bead craft. Tons of shapes and colored beads to choose from; make them complex or simple. Great for all ages and even adults! Attach a magnet, key chain loop, or pin back to give your created shape a unique function as it becomes an accessory. Authentic Clothespin Name Tags – Take a trip to Munich as you create your very own, unique, clothespin name tag. Featuring traditional wood clothespins in a variety of colors and unique resin shapes, adults and kids alike have a chance to really stand out and make a statement with a unique to them accessory. Dachshunds Scavenger Hunt – Our beloved Dachshunds have escaped while being made ready for the parade! Please help us find them in a fun scavenger hunt across the festival. Your work is well-rewarded with unique prizes when you return to our friendly dog caretaker in the kids tent with news of where you located the pups! Clue sheets are available in merchandise and admission booths as well as the kids tent. Castle Maze, Duck Pond, & Toss Games – New this year we are adding a maze to our games line up. Can you find the exit through our German castle? Reach the end and you will be rewarded with a prize bag! Our traditional ring and sand bag toss games will be present again this year as well and prizes will be awarded for those who manage to beat them! The duck pond is also returning this year. Come fish for a little unique rubber duck to take home. If you’re lucky you could win an additional prize! LEGO Creation Station – Exciting displays and tons of Legos to play with. Also a chance to win a full Lego building set! Entertainment – Capstone the Magician, BAM Entertainment, Dustin The Bubble Guy, and the German-American Society of Tulsa will be providing live entertainment all weekend long. Come be amazed by a magic, bubble, or science show, play a round of Hot Chicken, learn a little German, or dance around the Maypole. Photo Opportunities – Be sure to have your picture taken with our BierMeister, Chicken, or Matilda the PediStat Kangaroo.
Das KinderPlatz featuring Das JugendZelt presented by PediStat ist Wunderbar!
D achshund H unt We were getting ready for the Dachshund Costume Parade and somebody let the dogs out! Stop by the Jugendzelt tent, the Merchandising booth, or any of our coupon sales booths to pick up a Dachshund Scavenger Hunt sheet. Take the sheet and fill in the answers or complete the tasks to help us locate our lovable little Dachshunds. Once you are done, take your form back to the Jugendzelt tent and return it to our dog trainer for a prize. But hurry, we close the kids tent by 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and by 5 p.m. on Sunday. Thursday, October 17 Time Stage Act 5:30 p.m. Magic Show 6:30 p.m. Games 7:30 p.m. Language/Song/Dance 8:30 p.m. Science Show Friday, October 18 Time Stage Act 12:30 p.m. Language/Song/Dance 1:30 p.m. Magic Show 2:30 p.m. Games 3:30 p.m. Language/Song/Dance 4:30 p.m. Science Show 5:30 p.m. Magic Show 6:30 p.m. Games 7:30 p.m. Magic Show 8:30 p.m. Science Show
Performer(s) Capstone the Magician BAM Entertainment BAM Entertainment Performer(s) Capstone the Magician BAM Entertainment BAM Entertainment Capstone the Magician BAM Entertainment Capstone the Magician BAM Entertainment
Saturday, October 19 Time Stage Act Performer(s) 12:30 p.m. Language/Song/Dance 1:30 p.m. Magic Show Capstone the Magician 3:30 p.m. Games BAM Entertainment 4:30 p.m. Magic Show Capstone the Magician 6:30 p.m. Language/Song/Dance 7:30 p.m. Magic Show Capstone the Magician 8:30 p.m. Science Show BAM Entertainment 7:00 p.m. Science Science BAM Entertainment 7:30 p.m. Games BAM Entertainment Sunday, October 20 Time Stage Act Performer(s) 12:30 p.m. Language/Song/Dance BAM Entertainment 1:30 p.m. Games 2:30 p.m. Magic Show Capstone the Magician 3:30 p.m. Science Show BAM Entertainment 4:30 p.m. Magic Show Capstone the Magician
Contemporary American Cuisine
17 West 7th Street, Tulsa, OK 74119 Phone: 918-585-5898 www.holidayinn.com/tulsa-cc
Artist: Josh Stout ©2019
Official Poster Sponsor
OCTOBER 17 - 20, 2019
RIVER WEST FESTIVAL PARK Printing: Western Printing Company, Inc.
JOSH STOUT has a unique way of expressing all that he loves about his hometown, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Painting primarily oil on canvas, Josh seeks inspiration from Oklahoma’s past, present, and future. His colorful pieces harken back to Oklahoma’s history, especially that of its Native American ancestors, and he is excited to be bringing his unique outlook on the world and artwork to this year’s Oktoberfest. A world-wide exhibiting artist, Josh’s permanent home is located in Jenks, Oklahoma. Josh joins us at Oktoberfest as the official poster artist, and will feature his works at the Official Oktoberfest Poster Tent near the Arts and Crafts Markthaus. The commemorative poster is sponsored by the German American Society of Tulsa (GAST). 59
What makes Linde Oktoberfest Tulsa such a special event? In short, YOU do. Many thanks to the core group of volunteers who give their time, effort, energy and good cheer to make this event a success.
Volunteers of the Event Management Team 2019 Vicki Acosta Patrick Acosta Brian Acosta Dennis Adams Rori Adams Jim Adams Katt Anderson David Baldwin Scott Banks Tony Barbour Kathy Beckner Laurie Biby Michael Boewe Barbara Boyer Shari Bray Robert Bray Nikki Brewer Bill Brewer Paul Brown Andy Cagle Cindy Chadwick Norma Cobb Christy Coker Pattie Collins Bryson Crow Jana Dale Isaac Davis Jeff Dickason
Tanner Dry Rich Edmunds James Edwards Christy Fell Mary Fencl John Fothergill August Freistedt Tom Fulton Patricia Fulton Bobby Goddard Pat Griffin Steve Hardwick Tyler Harrison William Hawkins Scott Hedges Mitchell Heidorn Harlan Henry Stephen Hernandez Sigmund Hohulski V. Karen Howard Jim Howard Ryan Howell Caitlin Keesaman Toni Keesaman Nick Kerpon Susan Kerr Sharon Konemann Ric Kotarsky
Friends of oktoberfest
AT&T Andolini’s Pizzeria Best Western Downtown Tulsa/ Route 66 Bros. Houligan Central Bank Of Oklahoma Charlie’s Chicken Courtyard by Marriott Tulsa Central Doubletree By Hilton Hotel Warren Place El Guapo’s Cantina Embassy Suites Gemini Rosemont Commercial Real Estate
B.K. Kuhn David Lawrence Eric Marshall Tina McClary Bonnie Medlicott Tyler Merriman Shirley Miller Joe Miller Rob Mitchell Scott Mitchell Mike Modlin Tammy Monlux Tom Morris Jerry Muratore Stephen Nicholson Gary Orton C.R. Parsons Jay Patton Rob Pittinger Sarah Prestien Hilton Price Kevin Price Erika Quinn Matt Ray Connie Rice Chris Roach Dawn Roach April Roach
Holders Total Security Holiday Inn Tulsa City Center Hyatt Regency Tulsa JD Young Ludger’s Cakes & Catering McDonald’s Owasso Co-Op Parker Plastics, Inc. PODS Of Tulsa Scott, Gretchen & Elijah Mitchell Southwood Landscape & Garden Center Spoke House Bicycles Standard Materials Group Stanley’s Get It Today
Ginny Rohr Joseph Rohr Vickie Sanborn Jessica Scallan Margaret Schulte Joe Schulte Keith Schultz Kevin Schultz Rick Shaw Dave Silvy, Jr Bruce Smith Edward Snow Ken Soerries Richard Song Bill Stith Edward Sullivan Travis Taylor Jared Tiner LaChelle Toschik Gary Uncle Ashley Webb Terry White Nancy Wright Carol Wright Don Wright
Townplace Suites By Marriott Broken Arrow Trade Winds Central Inn TUFFBOX Tulsa County Dental Society Tulsa County Print Shop Tulsa Rowing Club Tulsa Young Professionals Unifirst Uniforms Western Printing Company, Inc.
River Parks Authority Staff Matt Meyer – Executive Director Tim Carlisle – Sr. Maintenance Specialist Lisa Cooper – Manager of Administration Tonja Carrigg – Festival Director Michael Crumb – Park Superintendent Brenda Holt – Administrative Assistant Ryan Howell – Events Coordinator Charles Keith – Sr. Maintenance Specialist Janet Kendall – Special Projects Alan McBeath – Special Projects James Smith – Sr. Maintenance Specialist Gary Williams – Maintenance Supervisor
TULSA Oktoberfest, Inc. Board of DIRECTORS Marc Delametter – Treasurer Jim McCarthy
Mike Dodson – Vice Chair Scott Mitchell
Eye Care Associates of South Tulsa GH2 Architects, LLC Johnston Companies Lufthansa Technik Precision Heat Treating, Inc. Pure Storage, Inc. SemGroup Corporation Superior Pipeline Company Triple Crown Energy
John Hickey Ashley Webb – Chair
gemütlichkeit Supporters (As of September 24, 2019) Premier Table Supporters PLATINUM SUPPORTERS
EAG Services, Inc. Nutanix Sherwin-Williams
Burns & McDonnell
SILVER SUPPORTERS AUDUBON COMPANIES Crossville Studios Darby Equipment Company Dynamic Compliance & Strategies, LLC Engineered Equipment Inc FERGUSON ENTERPRISES L3Harris AMI Pentair Precision Screen Mfg. SageNet TMA Systems BRONZE SUPPORTERS Argonaut Private Equity Bell & McCoy Companies Inc. Bourbon Barrel Entertainment LLC Burns & McDonnell Complete Automotive Repair and Service First National Bank & Trust of Okmulgee Infinera Philadelphia Insurance Companies Corporate table Supporters Ace Alloys ADP - Lockton - Concur Advanced Machining & Fabricating, Inc. & Advanced Plastics, Inc. Advanced neuro solutions AGCOK Airflow Solutions, LLC AMC Mortgage American Bank and Trust Company American Parking AMETEK MRO Apex Systems Apex Title & Closing Services, LLC Ardagh ArdentMC Argonaut Private Equity Aston, Mathis & Campbell, PLLC AUDUBON Companies Axis Communications Barracuda Staffing Belair Sitework Services Bell & McCoy Companies Inc. BKD Blackbeard Operating, LLC BOMA-Tulsa Born Inc. Bourbon Barrel Entertainment, LLC Broadwing Aviation Burns & McDonnell Cargo Tech LLC Carr Properties Cassody Law, Inc. CBRE / Hillcrest Healthcare System Chart Industries Ciena
Cityscape Home Mortgage Cohesity Community Health Connection Complete Automotive Repair and Service Consolidated Electrical Distributors CONVERGINT TECHNOLOGIES Cowen Construction Crossville Studios Crowe & Dunlevy, P.C. Cyntergy D&L Oil Tools Darby Equipment Company Daris Contractors, LLC Davidson Maintenance Service/Carl Novara Agency/Heartland Payment System/Premier Advisors Group Deloitte Det-Tronics DWPR & Mondo’s Ristorante Italian Dynamc Compliance & Strategies Dynamic Recruiting Specialist EAG Services, Inc. Easlon Financial Northwestern Mutual Eide Bailly Enable Midstream Partners Encompass Energy Services/Eagle Infrastructure Services ENERCON Engineered Equipment Inc EnLink Midstream Enverus Epcon Partners Equity Bank Ernst & Young ESDC Engineering ETX Energy EyeCare Associates FERGUSON ENTERPRISES First National Bank & Trust of Okmulgee Forza Construction Services / Arrow Construction Resources Friends of Daniel Tran Frontier Produce Gallagher Garrat Callahan Gateway First Bank Global Scaffolding & Insulation LLC Grant Thornton LLP Green Country Emergency Physicians Gyrodata /Ulterra Harvard Terrace Heico Henry + Dow Law Firm Hewlett Packard Enterprise Hideaway Pizza HoganTaylor Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa (TulsaHBA) Home Hardware Infinera Inter-Chem ION/Openlink Jet Parts Engineering JMJ Investments, LLC John Christner Trucking L3Harris AMI LD Kerns Contractors Leon Grande LLC LW Survey Co Master Packaging Inc Matrix Service Company Mid-Con GPA MIRATECH MiSwaco
Mohawk Flooring Mott MacDonald Nalco Water NetApp NGEAO Nokia Nothing’s Left Brewing Co. Nutanix Oberste Worldwide ONEOK - Sheridan Swords NGL Commercial P2 Energy Solutions PDC Pentair Performance Energy Services, LLC Philadelphia Insurance Companies Phillips + Gomez, Inc. Port City Metal Services Precision Screen Mfg. Premier Truck Group Premium Brands Wine & Spirits QC Energy, LLC Rad Bros Rebellion Rebellion Energy Rib Crib Rogue Recruitment Rupe Helmer SageNet Schlumberger Seneca Companies Shaw Industries Shawcor Pipeline Services Sherwin-Williams Sherwood Construction Sigma Solutions Solenis Southwest Stainless & Alloy/ Sunbelt Supply Southwood Landscape & Garden Center St. John Anesthesia Services Stash Apparell and Gifts Stokely Stuart Family Foundation Sunbelt Supply Tallgrass Estate Planning Team Soundpony The Bama Companies, Inc. The Barkley Law Firm The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company Thermal Insulation Pipe Solutions Thermal Specialties, LLC TMA Systems Travelers Triad Eye Institute Tubes, Inc. Tulco Oils, Inc. Tulsa County Bar Association Tulsa Gas & Gear Tulsa Geological Society Tulsa Nailing Co. Tulsa Wine Enthusiasts U.S. Land Professionals, Inc. Ventaire LLC W Design Wallace Engineering Waterfield Energy Webco Industries, Inc. Wesco Whiptail Midstream Wolseley Industrial Group X-Hale Consulting & Lowry Construction Xerox Business Solutions Southwest YRC Worldwide
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