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Townsend Fall Festival pays tribute to Oktoberfest

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Townsend’s 16th Fall Festival kicked off this weekend at Heritage Park.

Over 100 vendors offered more than enough food and beverages for everyone.

Music from local bands entertained the crowds throughout the day.

Townsend will make $20,000-$50,000 in profit from the Fall Festival.

In tribute of Oktoberfest Season, a traditional German wooden barrel was tapped and served for free for guests of legal drinking age.

Jared Spiker, director of sales and marketing for Bayern Brewing says he’s glad Montanan’s can experience a part of Munich, Germany today.

"It’s Oktoberfest season. We are one of the only authentic German Breweries in the Rocky Mountains, we have two German brew masters, for brewing that started in 1987 and something that we do that is very authentic we bring a traditional wooden barrel," said Spiker.

The Townsend Fall Festival will end this Sunday with a bratwurst eating contest and car show. 

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