October 14, 2017 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Peninsula Oktoberfest

Saturday, October 14
5 pm – 10 pm

Event is indoors.

For the first time the Peninsula Oktoberfest will be at night! Over two hundred years after Crown Prince Ludwig and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen wed, the Hiller Aviation Museum joins the celebration with a special Oktoberfest beer, music and dining event.


5:00 PM Museum opens for the event
5:10 PM Tapping of the first keg
5:15 PM San Mateo Elks Oktoberfest Band
8:00 PM Bayern Maiden, The Rockin’ Oktoberfest Band!
9:30 PM Last Call for Beer
10:00 PM Museum closes

Parking is limited.

If you drive your car or Messerschmidt Motor Scooter please designate a driver. We strongly recommend Uber or Lyft as great options!


German food will be available for separate purchase. Plenty of sausages, bratwurst, sauerkraut and other fine fare.

Food vendors include:

Little Red Riding Truck

Harry’s Nob Hill

Beer Meister arrives at
5:10 pm!

Adults $16
Youth (5-17) & Seniors (65+) $11
Children 4 and under FREE
Museum Members free admission

Beer tickets: $5 per pour
Beer Steins: $5 (you may bring your own stein, pours are 16 oz)

Must be 21 years old to purchase and consume alcohol.

Tickets available at the door.

German Beers:
Hofbrau Munich
Hofbrau HEFE
Weltenburg Dunkel
Andechs VollBier
Stiegl Radler
Fruh Kolsch


Great Microbrews and Seasonal Beers from:
Devil’s Canyon
Uncommon Brewers


Traditional Bavarian music from the San Mateo Elks Oktoberfest Band and Bayern Maiden, the Rockin’ Oktoberfest Band playing hits directly from the tents in Munich.