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Revolution Brewery's Tap Room Octoberfest

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Friday, Oct. 3. 6-10pm at the Kedzie Production Brewery (3340 N. Kedzie, Chicago, IL 60618)

E-tickets for our fall event cost $30 each (early bird pricing $25 now through Sept. 7) and include a huge one-liter commemorative glass stein and one ticket toward a beer.


Please bring your photo ID and printed purchase confirmation to the door.

This year, we're giving you a sneak peek of our NEW EXPANSION at the Kedzie brewery. We're setting up the new area as a traditional German Beer Hall and invite you to trinken und essen with us!

We'll also have live music and food trucks outdoors.  

Where is the Party?
The Oktoberfest Party will be held at our state-of-the-art production brewery located at 3340 N. Kedzie Ave.

Will there be parking?
No, there will not be a parking lot on site. However there is minimal street parking. We STRONGLY encourage public transportation (the Logan Square and Belmont Blue Line stops are located a few blocks from the event) and bicycling.

How much does it cost?
E-tickets to get into the event will cost $30 and will be available only through our website at Limit four e-tickets per order. Beer and food purchases during the event will be cash ONLY.

Are beers and food included in the price of the ticket?
One free pour for your commemorative stein is included in the ticket price. Additional beer and food purchases will be cash ONLY. German-style food prepared by our brewpub chef staff will be available for purchase. New this year: We'll also have some food trucks on-site for all your snacking needs!

What beers will be available?
Oktoberfest of course and other Revolution Brewing favorites!

Who is the live entertainment?
We'll have live music indoors AND outdoors. 

American Thighs: The hard rocking, tight denim-wearing, shirt-tucking, and duck-walking AC/DC cover band that every boy dreams of someday being in.

Die Musikmeisters Band: A lively German band that performs a diverse repertoire of German polkas, waltzes, marches, other German dance music, folk music, audience participation songs, as well as American swing and rock hits.

Cooler by the Lake: Combine tight musicianship with a loose cannon and you get Cooler by the Lake. With a two-guitar attack, rhythm section, keys, flute and sax, a dedicated back up singer and raucous frontman Rory Lake at the helm.

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