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Alewerks Brewing Company And Prost To Host Oktoberfest Event

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YORK-Alewerks Brewing Company is teaming up with Prost featuring Chef Hans Schadler for an Oktoberfest celebration in September.

The event will be held at Alewerks on September 26 from 4pm to 7pm and will include music from the Happy Dutchman Band, a full German menu from Chef Schadler, and beer and wine.

Tickets to the Oktoberfest celebration are $75 and can be purchased here. Tickets are also available in person at Alewerks Brewing Company on Ewell Road and its satellite location in Williamsburg Premium Outlets.

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