Oakland Park Oktoberfest presented by Funky Buddha Brewery
September 30: 5-11 PM
October 1: 1-11 PM
October 2: 12-5 PM
All ages are admitted tickets are just $5 for ages twelve and older with children twelve and under getting in for free!
At Jaco Pastorius Park (Adjacent to Funky Buddha Brewery)
Yummy Grub from Funky Buddha’s Craft Food Counter & Kitchen
South Florida’s Favorite Craft Brewery on tap with German-inspired favorites and specialty releases
Bust out the lederhosen: Funky Buddha brewery is enlightening Oakland Park’s Oktoberfest Friday, September 30 through Sunday October 2 at Jaco Pastorius Park! We’ll be bringing Funky Buddha beers, yummy grub from our Craft Food Counter & Kitchen, lawn games, and our signature funky style so we can take this year’s Oktoberfest to a higher plane of existence.
We’ll have German-style beer, and German food inside this year’s Biergarten alongside OP Oktoberfest traditions like amusement rides, craft vendors, and Bavarian folk dancing. We’ll also have live music by Sepp Diepolder: Master Yodeler and The Alpine Express Band.
Enjoy Unique experiences you’ll only be able to have at Oakland Park’s Oktoberfest like Central Bark Ft. Lauderdale’s “Dachshund Dash,” stein races, beer barrel races, apple strudel eating contests, and much more. Plus plenty of Funky Buddha on tap, served up in commemorative steins. Prost!
Date: Friday, September 30: 5-11 PM
Saturday, October 1: 1-11 PM
Sunday, October 2: 12-5 PM
Tickets: $5 General Admission sold day of only
$7 16oz Beer
$15 32oz Beer with Souvenir Stein
$12 32oz Stein Refill
$7 12oz Specialty Beer
Beer Tap List
Floridian Hefeweizen, our unfiltered and refreshing German-style wheat beer that is full of flavor yet light on the palate.
Funky Buddha Buddhafest, a marzen with a heavy malt character and a deep amber color. This beer has a sweet caramel flavor with a delicate balance of traditional hops.
Funky Buddha Saaz Matters Pilsner, a light, crisp pilsner brewed with Saaz hops for a beautiful earthy, herbal aroma.
Funky Buddha Hop Gun IPA, a India Pale Ale with citrus American hops.
Funky Buddha Specialty Ales
Funky Buddha Craft Food Counter and Kitchen Food Menu
Great beer calls for great food. Not to worry, the Craft Food Counter and Kitchen has got you covered. The kitchen is helmed by Chef Jeff Vincent, a South Carolina native and veteran head chef. The craft food recipes were designed to be made from scratch and incoporate Funky Buddha’s award winning beers in many of the dishes including the spent grain pretzel, beer cheese soup, and much more. For this years festival, Chef Jeff was inspired to create authentic German dishes to pair with the Funky Buddha’s German-style beers. After a long week of brainstorming over a couple of beers, this is the outcome. Enjoy!
Pickled pot roast marinated in Hop Gun IPA, vinegar, and spices and served with German mashed potatoes and house-made sauerkraut.
Grilled Bratwurst $8
A Funky Buddha specialty, beer-braised then grilled and served with our brewer’s cabbage, Doc Brown Ale mustard, and caramelized onions on a fresh-baked poppy seed bun.
Chicken Schnitzel $10
Hefeweizen-marinated chicken cutlets pounded thin and served with Doc Brown Ale mustard and beer pickles.
Kid’s Wurst $4
Steamed hot dog in a bun with condiments optional.
Kid’s Schnitzel $4
Chicken schnitzel cut into bite size pieces and served with ketchup.
Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte $6
Oakland Park Porter chocolate-cherry brownies with local honey-infused whipped cream.
Sticky German Bread Pudding $6
Challah bread pudding with barenmeister honey liqueur sauce.
Tap Room Pretzel $6
Our famous pretzel is made with spent grain from Floridian Hefeweizen and the beer itself. Served with whole grain Doc Brown Ale mustard and Fuhgeddaboudit Red Ale beer cheese OR dipped in Cinnamon and Sugar and Served with Peanut Butter Nutella Bacon Dip.
Grilled Wings $9
Marinated in Chef Jeff’s own spice rub and grilled to a satisfying char, served with low country mustard or watermelon barbecue sauce.
Shallow pan-fried potato pancakes with Muy Bonita applesauce, sugar, and cinnamon.
Sepp Diepolder: Master Yodeler
The Alpine Express Band
Bavarian folk dancing
Central Bark Ft. Lauderdale’s “Dachshund Dash”
Beer barrel races
Apple strudel eating contest
And much more!