What’s on Tap: Octoberfest at Stamford Museum & Nature Center

9 Oct

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Guten morgen…or tag, depending on when you’re reading this.

A few weeks back we told you about Octoberfest on the Meadow at Stamford Museum & Nature Center, one of our favorite spots in Fairfield County.  Well, we’re happy to report that we’ve got some more details about the food and beer that will be available on 10/19 from 6:30-9:30.  Yes, you’ll have the oompah oompah of The Bavarian Boys, but you’ll also have:


  • Paulaner (Germany)
  • Spaten (Germany)
  • Erdinger (Germany)
  • Sam Adams Oktoberfest (USA)


  • Cherry beer roasted pork shoulder with braised cabbage with bacon & apples
  • Kielbasa served with house-made sauerkraut
  • Hunters chicken (chicken with mixed peppers, mushrooms, onions and whole plum tomatoes)
  • Pretzels with spicy mustard
  • Cucumber, plum tomato, and dill salad
  • German style potato salad
  • German treats for dessert

Tickets in advance (buy here) are $50 for members or $65 for non-members.

Tickets at the door are $60 for members or $75 for non-members.

Remember that the money for this great event goes to Stamford Museum & Nature Center, all their great exhibits, taking care of all the cute  animals, and all the great events that they put on each year like their Fall Festival (10/20-21) and Maple Sugar Festival to name a few.  Help us support SM&NC by purchasing your tickets today and maybe even by becoming a member.

Stamford Museum & Nature Center

Octoberfest on the Meadow

21 or Older Only

39 Scofieldtown Road

Stamford, CT 06903

3 Responses to “What’s on Tap: Octoberfest at Stamford Museum & Nature Center”

  1. Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro October 11, 2012 at 6:18 pm #

    What kind of events do you like? Tell us more. :)


  2. Streets of Stamford October 9, 2012 at 4:05 pm #

    Speaking of Paulaner, the Port Chester Costco is selling giant glass Paulaner steins with a liter of their Oktoberfest ale for just $8.99! Man, the Norwalk Costco really needs to get on the alcohol ball. What is this, the second-to-last state to legalize Sunday alcohol sales?? Oh, right…


    • Dan and Kristien Del Ferraro October 9, 2012 at 5:11 pm #

      All that for just 8.99! WOW! How many did you buy? :P :P :P

      We love when you find deals like that! :)

      Yeah, what’s up with this state. We should have been the last to cave! We don’t have a backbone!


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