@alpinevillageca 6 more days of Oktoberfest 2011 in Torrance

October 16, 2011

http://www.alpinevillagecenter.com/

Nothing quite like it, since 1968.Alpine Village

According to the website (and you can buy tickets online):
“The Alpine Village celebrates Oktoberfest each and every year as it has since 1968. We recreate the great festival  for 7 weeks during September and October complete with oom-pah-pah bands flown in direct from Deutschland, German bier, and our authentic, homemade Bratwurst and Polish sausages. Last year nearly 70,000 of you came to revel with us in all of your chicken dancing glory. This year we will continue the fun—-come see what it’s all about!”

There are full lunch and dinner menus including Bavarian specialties like goulash (don’t you love just saying that word?), sausage, strudel, sauerbraten, wienerschnitzel, and potato pancakes. Don’t worry – they also offer hamburgers, fish and chicken entries as well. Come for the chicken dance, stay for the pastries!

Alpine Village offers a variety of German, Belgian and Craft Beers on 15 rotating taps. You’ll find: Bitburger Premium Pilsner, Alesmith Speedway Stout, Hofbrau Lager, Paulaner Pils, Paulaner Marzen Oktoberfest, Paulaner Hefeweizen, Warsteiner Dunkel, Wernesgruner, Firestone Walker Solace Ale, Oskar Blues, G’Knight Imperial Red, Stone Brewing Arrogant Bastard, Paulaner Lager, Reissdorf Kolsch, Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA, Stone Brewing Ruination Double IPA, and Weihenstephan Korbinian Doppelbock.

As a community landmark, Alpine Village does its part as a community leader by supporting charities with the annual Oktoberfest ticketing. In 2010, Alpine Village donated 10,000 event tickets to over 20 non-profit groups, school clubs and churches – groups then sold tickets as a fundraiser. It sounds a bit self-serving but connection within the community among nonprofits and local businesses is important.

Alpine Village In 2011 several groups, including the South Bay Center for Counseling (www.sbaycenter.com), are using this fundraising program to support their programs.

Get your Oompah pah on at Alpine Village while Oktoberfest 2011 is still happening. Follow on Facebook, Twitter or just stop by the website. Located on Torrance Blvd. off the 110 South, at the 405 South. LOTS OF FREE PARKING.

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