We wanted to say THANK YOU…
To all of our 5,000 guests, partners, musicians, and volunteers who made up our 1st Annual Oktoberfest on the Farm, we would like to say danke schön! We are excited to share images of this kick-off tradition here at our farm in Lovettsville.
Photo Gallery (for downloading):
In addition, the Town of Lovettsville provided the Weiner dog race track, with Vice Mayor Chris Hornbaker refereeing, Wes Boucher emceeing, and Ryan Hornbaker and Lydia Sturrock assisting in the races. Including the support from 1836 Kitchen & Taproom who hosted the Weiner dog weigh-in on Friday.
A few partners, that made the weekend great:
Guests enjoyed German fare by The Polished Foxx, delicious beers brewed on-site, and Lovettsville’s annual wiener dog races! Guests had the opportunity to participate in stein hauling and stein hoisting contests while listening to Blaskapelle Alte Kameraden Band (a 9 piece polka band) as well as the community sing-a-long of Bohemian Rhapsody by Ghost Pepper Band introduced by Lovettsville Mayor Nate Fontaine.
A special thank you to The Hive Bakeshop in Brunswick for making our cookie necklaces for the Weiner dog races, stein hauling, and stein hoisting races as well as providing us with our very own spent grain dog treats.
Great New Brews:
We added a few new brews just in time for Oktoberfest weekend including Marzen Bier (4%ABV), NEIPA (Military Hop, 6%ABV), and Virginia Farmhouse Saison: A Virginia Brewers Guild Collaboration Beer (5.15%ABV).
Our Musicians for the Oktoberfest Celebration:
What can we say, the venue and atmosphere come alive with the talented bands who joined us over the three-day celebration, including:
- Ghost Pepper Band
- Jake Philips and Pete Thomas
- Gary Smallwood
- Blaskapelle Alte Kameraden
- Chris Timbers Band
Discover More at Flying Ace Farm
There has never been a better time to discover Flying Ace Farm – we invite you and your friends to visit our wonderful space in Lovettsville, VA. Expand your horizons with flavors, fun, music, and more.