9th Annual Lumberyard Okto’Beer’Fest

Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 12:30 PM – 6 PM

Start Oktoberfest season off while raising money for High Country Humane! Every year we donate 100% off the proceeds to a dog related charity. That means every dollar you spend at Okto’Beer’Fest goes straight to High Country Humane! We have raised over $80,000 at this event over the years and this year we want to take it over the $100,000 mark! This money goes along way to help the animals of Northern Arizona!

For the last 8 years Lumberyard has hosted a successful Okto’Beer’Fest event and this year is no different. Okto’Beer’Fest sets to highlight Northern Arizona Breweries and the great beer culture around Flagstaff. The breweries that are attending include: Lumberyard Brewing Company, Beaver Street Brewery, Mother Road Brewing Company, Historic Brewing Company, Wanderlust Brewing Company, Dark Sky Brewery, THAT Brewery, Granite Mountain Brewing Company, Mudshark Brewing Company, and Grand Canyon Brewing Company. Attendees will get to sample beers, or get a pint or stein filled with their favorite beer to enjoy the experience.

As with any Oktoberfest event, it’s not only about the beer. Okto’Beer’Fest includes a brat eating contest and a stein holding competition to celebrate the Oktoberfest culture. Besides contests, there will also be corn hole, giant jenga, giant foosball, and life size beer pong available for attendees to play.


Firkin Night

Join us for Downtown Flagstaff AZ’s Locals Night, every 3rd Tuesday of the month for $3 Firkin Pints while they last!

A Firkin is a cask-conditioned ale. This is the traditional way of serving beer and for a long time, was the only way to serve beer.

The difference between ordinary ale and cask-conditioned is that the latter is naturally carbonated. It’s a lot less fizzy than what today’s beer drinkers are used to, and it’s served warmer too (cellar temperatures are around 55 degrees), resulting in a smooth, silky texture and complex, mellow flavor.

Check out our Facebook Page to learn more about this month’s Firkin varieties.