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12th Annual Oktoberfest at Bear Peak, Oct. 10 & 11


Raffles to be held benefit Wounded Warrior Project



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The 12th annual Oktoberfest at Bear Peak in Bartlett on Oct. 10 & 11 will feature the world famous King Ludwig Band which will provide the “Oompa” with sounds of ski slapping, alpenschellen (cowbells), Swiss alpenhorns (above) and yodeling. Tom Eastman/Mountain Ear Photo. (click for larger version)
October 08, 2009
The world famous King Ludwig Band returns to provide the "Oompa" with sounds of ski slapping, alpenschellen (cowbells), Swiss alpenhorns and yodeling. King Ludwig has played for the New England Patriots, WBZ Schussboomer Weekends and Oktoberfests from New Hampshire to Germany.

Brewers from New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts will be offering three of their top choice brews, including those from the 2008 "Best Brew Award"-winning Tuckermans Brewery, 2007 winner Moat Mountain Brewery, Woodstock Inn and Brewery, Anheuser Busch, Long Trail Brewing, Magic Hat, Shipyard Brewing Co., and Samuel Adams. These eight are combining to offer 24 of their best German and fall brews for your drinking enjoyment. Cast a vote during the event for your favorite brew to see who will win the 2009 "Best Brew" at the 12th annual Attitash Oktoberfest.

Bring your appetite for food and drink. There will be something for everyone, including authentic German foods including bratwurst, knackwurst, sauerbraten, sauerkraut, potato pancakes and frankfurters. For those who prefer non-alcoholic beverages, there will be an assortment of beverages from Pepsi including soda, juices and water.

For more information, visit http://attitash.com.

Attitash/Bear Peak is honored to announce that it will be holding a raffle Saturday and Sunday benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project. Top prizes to be won will include an Attitash Resort and Crotched Mt. "Granite" season pass on Saturday, good for the 2009-2010 winter season, and on Sunday, a weekend getaway for two at the Grand Summit Hotel, slopeside at Bear Peak.

The Wounded Warriors mission is to raise awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women. They help severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and provide unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of severely injured service members.

For more information, visit http://woundedwarriorsproject.org

Martin Lord Osman
Tiffany Eddy
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