Mini-Oktoberfest w/ Mackinnon Bros.

Our Mini-Oktoberfest is exactly what it sounds like – a little Oktoberfest party on a Sunday afternoon with sausages, pretzels, sauerkraut, mustard…and beer!

Mini-beer by MacKinnon Brothers Brewing$5

Tasting platter (sausage, mustard, kraut, pretzel & potato salad) – $10

Vegan platters available!

Proceeds support the market’s Entertainment & Kid’s Activities fund!

A special thanks to Friendly Fires, Black Dog Hospitality, and MacKinnon Brothers Brewing for their support in making this event so special!


Date :

Sunday, October 15, 2017 | 11 am to 2 pm


Event location :

Memorial Centre
303 York Street
Kingston, Ontario K7K 4M4 Canada


Contact :

Farmers’ Market Association Kingston
Phone contact: 63.572.7059

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