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What’s OkDROberfest?

OkDROberfest is a beer-centric celebration hosted by the trio of San Leandro breweries -- Drake’s, Cleophus Quealy, and 21st Amendment. We wanted to create our own Oktoberfest-style tradition and bring some Bavarian-inspired festivities to our hometown.


Wait, what’s Oktoberfest?

You probably know what it is without even realizing it! Think lederhosen, bratwurst, and of course, frosty mugs of delicious beer. It’s a tradition that began in Munich to celebrate a royal wedding back in 1810, and the whole town had such a great time they decided to do it again the next year. And the next year. And… You get the idea. Today, Oktoberfest is the largest festival in the world. Since it’s tough to try and get to Munich every year, we thought we’d bring a taste of the festivities to our corner of San Leandro.


What do tickets include?

OkDROberfest tickets will get you a special OkDROberfest beer stein, a  beer at all three breweries, and access to the shuttles (two this year!)  that will make a continuous loop between Cleophus Quealy, 21st Amendment, Drake’s and the San Leandro BART station. 


Can I buy tickets at the door?

In theory, sure! We will have a limited number of tickets available at the door the day of the event for $25, but if you REALLY want to join us for OkDROberfest, we recommend buying tickets in advance.


Can I still come by if I don’t have a ticket?

You’re welcome to come by all three breweries and enjoy food, music, and brews, ticket or not! However, without a ticket you won’t be able to snag any of the OkDROberfest swag or catch a ride on the shuttle, so plan accordingly!


Can I bring my dog / child / various underaged relatives?

Sadly, tickets and shuttle service are ONLY available to adults 21 and up, so if you’d like to bring them, you’ll have to plan alternate transportation. Also, be aware that it may be a bit busier than usual at all three tasting rooms, and this could be overwhelming for children and pooches.

Have more questions that we didn't answer? Email staff@cleoph.us for any extra info!