Fremont Oktoberfest (September 16, 17, and 18) is the largest annual beer festival in Seattle. For 2022, the event offers the largest selection of beers in its history. The latest version of the beer list includes nearly 100 beers from dozens of different breweries. We are happy to have the event back as a sponsor again this year, which is good news for you if you want to score a couple of extra beer tokens for the event. Read on.
Tickets are on sale now and if you use our link, you’ll get a couple of extra beer tokens.
For three days, the festival takes over the streets of the Fremont neighborhood September 16 through 18. Along with the beer, the event includes all sorts of festival fun, like live music, great food, silly beer-themed competitions, and more. On Sunday, you can even bring your furry friend for Dogtoberfest and enter your poochie pal in the CityDog Magazine Cover Dog Model Contest.
We share some essential details about the event below, but speaking of beer… The lineup of breweries include some classic, old world Oktoberfest classics like Spaten Munchen, Spaten Oktoberfestbier, and Franziskaner Weissbier. Along with that, dozens of beers from local and regional favorite breweries like Reuben’s Brews, Georgetown Brewing, Seapine Brewing, Single Hill Brewing, Stoup Brewing, Jellyfish Brewing, Double Mountain Brewery, pFriem Family Brewers, Chainline Brewing, Buoy Beer Company, and many others.
Fremont Oktoberfest Essential Info
- September 16, 17, and 18.
- Tickets are on sale. Use our link to order tickets and you’ll get a couple of extra beer tokens.
- Fremont Oktoberfest is strictly 21+ every day.
- Friday: 5pm – 11pm
- Saturday: 12pm – 11pm
- Sunday Session: 12pm – 5pm
- No admittance one hour before session ends. No re-entry on Friday & Saturday.
- Last call 45 minutes before session ends.
- All taps close 30 minutes before session ends.
- Leashed dogs welcome on Sunday only.
3503 Phinney Ave
Seattle, WA 98103
Individual tickets are needed for each of the three sessions.
Use this link to purchase tickets and you’ll get a couple extra beer tokens.
For more beer-related events around Washington, check out the Washington Beer Blog’s events page.