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MEDIA ALERT: A Time-Honored Celebration Returns to Covington at MainStrasse Village



Since 1979, families throughout the Midwest have joined local crowds to celebrate German heritage and culture at Covington Oktoberfest in Goebel Park, a festival that will come alive once again this year! From Friday, September 9th to Sunday, September 11th, the free-to-attend fest will strive to bring the focus back to Covington’s colorful culture and shed a spotlight on local businesses.

The event raises a stein to German culture with live music from local artists, local food, beer and art, and will have a second stage to accommodate more entertainment, plus a 20-foot TV screen to play the weekend’s football games.

Guests will also be among the first to enjoy Braxton’s Graeter's Pumpkin Pie Ale. Returning for its third year, this seasonal favorite is brewed with a plethora of fresh pumpkins, lactose, and a special blend of rich pumpkin pie spices. Notes of golden brown pie crust are created by brown sugar and a combination of malts, making it an ode to a timeless harvest staple!


Visitors can learn more about Covington Oktoberfest on the Facebook event. The weekend will center around Goebel Park at 501 Philadelphia St. in Covington, KY.

Braxton’s Graeter's Pumpkin Pie Ale will be available at Oktoberfest or at the tap room and in select Cincinnati-area Kroger stores beginning September 17th.


Friday, September 9th, from 5pm-11pm Saturday, September 10th, from 11am-11pm Sunday, September 11th, from 11am-8pm


Sarah Walters, or 614.794.2008


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