OKTOBERFEST IN HERMANN

BRINGING IN AUTUMN GERMAN STYLE – OKTOBERFEST IN HERMANN

Oktoberfest in Hermann – Stone Hill Winery

HERMANN, MO: (STLRestaurant.News) Oktoberfest in Hermann – Stone Hill Winery is a serene place to hang out any time of year, but it’s especially beautiful in the fall and autumn due to the colorful turning of the leaves.  And for four weekends in October, Stone Hill wants to make sure that you enjoy every bit of that beauty in style.

So, get your German on because every weekend you can celebrate Oktoberfest in Hermann with total fall fun.  There’ll be live music from 1 – 5 pm, plenty of great wines & beer, very traditional German food, winery tours, and lots of tasting fun!

Enjoy a special Oktoberfest menu at the Vintage Restaurant. At the food stand, available from 12:00 pm -5:00 pm, you can relish in grilled bratwurst, sauerkraut, German potato salad, corn dogs, hot pretzels, popcorn, soda, iced tea and tasty lemonade.

The dates to plan your fall fun at Stone Hill Winery are October 1 & 2, 8 & 9, 15 & 16, 22 & 23, 29.  Come out for the free live classic rock bands on Saturday’s and live German music on Sunday’s from 1:00-5:00 pm in the Sherry House.  Dance the afternoon away on the large dance floor or sit back, relax and watch others. Wine, Beer and Wine Slushies will be available for purchase.

Live Entertainment List:

  • Saturday, 10/1 – Pilot Grove
  • Sunday, 10/2 – Loehnig German Band
  • Saturday, 10/08 – Burnt Whiskey
  • Sunday, 10/9 – Loehnig German Band
  • Saturday, 10/15 – TKO DJ
  • Sunday, 10/16 – Loehnig German Band
  • Saturday, 10/22 – Schmitts & Grins
  • Sunday, 10/23 – Loehnig German Band
  • Saturday, 10/29 – Midnights Calling

Contact information:

Stone Hill Winery

1110 Stone Hill Highway

Hermann, MO 65041

Phone: (573) 486-2221

Email: [email protected]

NOTE: According to Wikipedia, Stone Hill Winery was the largest winery west of the Mississippi River, the second largest winery in the U.S. and the third largest winery in the world producing approximately 1.2 millions gallons of wine at the turn of the 20th century.  Visit Wikipedia or Stone Hill Winery website for more information.

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