Pour In the Park: Oktoberfest in May at Riverside Park in Roscoe


Pour in the Park Octobeerfest

The Stateline Chamber of Commerce invites the public to take part in the “Pour In the Park” event on Saturday, May 4, 2024 at Riverside Park in Roscoe. It  runs from noon until 4 p.m. for the public, but opens at 11 a.m. for VIP sponsors.

Eight beer tents will feature a unique beer from different breweries.

Participating breweries and companies who will be serving include Samuel Adams, Carbliss, Pig Minds Peroni Italy, Angry Orchard, Scorched Earth Brewery, Bell's Inspired Brewing, XX Dos Equis- Mexican Lager, Dogfish Head, Lagunitas, Brewery, Boulevard Brewing Co. Warsteiner, Grolsch, Strongbow Hard Apple Ciders, Paulaner Munchner, Guinness, Revolution Brewing, New Belgium Brewing, Brasserie d' Achouffee, Firestone Walker Brewing, Lakefront Brewery, Pecatonica, and Leinenkugel.

Beer types come from Germany, Mexico, Boston, Illinois and Wisconsin. Those who want to try something besides beer will be set too, with the offering of ciders, seltzers and other beverages.

Trash 80's will be playing live music.

The event gives you a chance to test your skills by playing a variety of yard games and to try food from one of the onsite food trucks.

Pre-sale discount tickets can be purchased online at pourinthepark.eventbrite.com for $50. At the gate, each ticket costs $60.  Tickets will be honored from the originally postponed event on Oct. 22. Designated drivers pay $10.

Funds raised at Pour In the Park will be used for the Stateline Chamber's goal of stimulating growth through regional business development and community stewardship.

Year round the Stateline Chamber offers a diverse level of community and networking events, educational opportunities, professional resources and advocacy to their members.

Last year alone the Stateline Chamber hosted ribbon cuttings to celebrate new businesses coming to the area, a golf play day, Lunch and Learns, the Influential Women in Business Luncheon, a casino night, and the final Stateline Business Expo.

The Chamber organized a purse project event, collecting over 150 purses with toiletries, gift cards, and other useful items which became Mother's Day gifts through the DEFY- Domestic Abuse Beloit. John Broda and Lea Evers spearheaded this awesome event.

Stateline Chamber of Commerce Vice President Ryan Rydell said, “We hope that Pour In the Park becomes a staple destination event that brings more people to the Stateline area, while also showcasing the beautiful parks, entertainment, and people that make up our small community.” 

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