August 24, 2023 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Red Bank RiverCenter to Host Inaugural Red Bank Oktoberfest [RED BANK, NJ] – The Red Bank RiverCenter is proud to host the first-ever Red Bank Oktoberfest. Red Bank Oktoberfest will take place on Sunday September 24 with a rain date of Saturday September 30 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm in the plaza between Triumph Brewing and the Two River Theater on the west side of downtown Red Bank. Red Bank Oktoberfest will offer attendees the opportunity to enjoy samples from Monmouth County’s great breweries, wineries, and distilleries. The event will also feature vendors comprised of some of downtown Red Bank’s finest restaurants and retailers as well as food and crafts cultivated by the renowned Asbury Fresh Market. Adding to the atmosphere will be live music throughout the day. Red Bank River Center Executive Director Bob Zuckerman said, “The RiverCenter is so thrilled to bring Red Bank’s first-ever official Oktoberfest to our downtown’s west side. Thanks to our inaugural partners Triumph Brewing Company, Asbury Fresh and Monmouth County Tourism, we are planning a wonderful day of tasty ales, cool sales and oompah scales!” Red Bank Oktoberfest is an all-ages event. Admission for tasters ages 21+ is $45 in advance and $55 at the door. Anyone from the public who is not tasting will be admitted for free. Tickets, information and sponsorship opportunities are available at redbankoktoberfest.com. The growing list of participants includes Artis Brewery, Asbury Park Brewery, Asbury Park Distilling Co, Belford Brewing Co, Birds Mouth Beer, Bradley Brew Project, Carton Brewing, Five Dimes Brewery (coming soon to Monmouth County!), Grin Brewing, Little Dog Brewing Co, Red Tank Brewing, Ross Brewing Co, 3BR Distillery, Triumph Brewing, Twin Lights Brewing, and Wild Air Beerworks. The Red Bank RiverCenter is a 501(c)(3) non-profit formed in 1991 to manage Red Bank’s Special Improvement District. The Red Bank RiverCenter’s mission is to promote local merchants, recruit new businesses, stage vibrant events, and beautify the streetscapes of historic downtown Red Bank.