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“Mike the German” poses in his lederhosen – common attire at Oktoberfest celebrations.
“Mike the German” poses in his lederhosen – common attire at Oktoberfest celebrations.

Grovetoberfest hits Coconut Grove [Photo Essay]

Coconut Grove’s annual Oktoberfest celebration – aptly named Grovetoberfest – took place on Oct. 14 and featured over 500 craft beers, stouts, lagers for lederhosen-donning attendees to sample as they strolled along the newly opened Regatta Park. This year’s theme was Back to the Future and the festival even had its very own DeLorean.

— Photos by Adrian Dominguez, South Florida News Service 

The sun begins to set over Grovetoberfest festivities.

The sun begins to set over Grovetoberfest festivities.

A group of friends make a toast.

A group of friends make a toast.

Various handles featured by the Florida Keys Brewing Company.

Various handles featured by the Florida Keys Brewing Company.

The main entrance to Grovetoberfest.

The main entrance to Grovetoberfest.

A correct pour of Freedive IPA.

A correct pour of Freedive IPA.

A sample of Bluefin IPA beer served from a speedwell.

A sample of Bluefin IPA beer served from a speedwell.

“Mike the German” poses in his lederhosen – common attire at Oktoberfest celebrations.

“Mike the German” poses in his lederhosen – common attire at Oktoberfest celebrations.

Briana Pittman (right), Savana Hughes (center), Marco Reyna (left), and Murphie the Labrador.

Briana Pittman (right), Savana Hughes (center), Marco Reyna (left), and Murphie the Labrador.

Peter Blevens finishing his last round of beer samples.

Peter Blevens finishing his last round of beer samples.

An attendee enjoys her frosty beer and salty pretzel necklace chains being sold at the festival.

An attendee enjoys her frosty beer and salty pretzel necklace chains being sold at the festival.

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