Don’t miss: Iowa City Brewfest kicks off Saturday at the Northside Oktoberfest

Northside Oktoberfest
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The 17th annual Iowa City Brewfest takes place this Saturday, September 28, from 1-5 p.m. at the 2013 Northside Oktoberfest. Over 500 beers, “from around the block to around the world,” will be available for tasting in what is being hyped as the biggest Brewfest to date.

Though Brewmaster tickets have sold out, regular admission tickets are still available for $25 at John’s Grocery and online. For the price of admission, attendees will receive a .2 liter Kolsch tasting glass and 10 drink tickets. Additional drink tickets can be purchased for 50 cents each.

To learn more about the Northside Okotoberfest, and see a list of the beers available at Brewfest, visit

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