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Come and experience the first-ever Boo Ha Ha A Haunted Oktobeerfest, happening Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26, with over 80 German style and local craft beers, traditional German food, spooky activities galore, and live entertainment to the OC Fair and Event Center.

A Brew Ha Ha Production, Boo Ha Ha will feature a curated selection of craft beers conjured up by some of the nation’s top breweries. Attendees will taste unlimited samples of over 80 craft beers from breweries including 2 Towns Ciderhouse, Belching Beaver, Bottle Logic, Common Cider Company, Docent, Firestone Walker, Franziskaner, Helmsman, Karl Strauss Brewing Company, Spaten, Ten Mile Brewing Co, and more.

While attendees pick their poison from the rare and German-inspired beer offerings, they can also enjoy German-inspired food including an impressive sausage selection from The Sausage King like the ever-popular Bratwurst, Bockwurst, Weißwurst and Knackwurst.

The inaugural event also features wicked live musical entertainment from Orange County Oingo Boingo tribute band Dead Man’s Party and Devotional the Depeche Mode experience on Friday. Saturday attendees can enjoy heavy metal mariachi band Metalachi and Mismiths, a tribute to Misfits and The Smiths. In addition, frightfully fun activities such as stein holding competitions, zombie face painting, and Halloween costume contests will take place throughout the night.

Unlimited tastings will be held from 6 – 9 p.m. with concessions for purchase until 11:30 p.m. VIP guests are invited to enjoy access to a private “Rattskeller” lounge, and the chance to trick or treat themselves to a rare beer selection exclusive to VIP guests.

Boo Ha Ha tickets are available for purchase at TheBooHaHa.com with a portion of the proceeds going to Big Brother Big Sister of Orange County and Inland Empire. Ticket prices are $55 each and, if available, day-of prices are $65 each. VIP tickets are available for $70 and, if available, $80 day-of ticket. Non-drinking tickets are available for $25. Boo Ha Ha is a 21+ rain or shine event. No refunds. IDs will be checked. The Brew Ha Ha Productions team reminds all attendees to drink responsibly. For more information, visit http://www.brewhahaproductions.com.

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Come and experience the first-ever Boo Ha Ha A Haunted Oktobeerfest, happening Friday, October 25 and Saturday, October 26, with over 80 German style and local craft beers, traditional German food, spooky activities galore, and live entertainment to the OC Fair and Event Center.

A Brew Ha Ha Production, Boo Ha Ha will feature a curated selection of craft beers conjured up by some of the nation’s top breweries. Attendees will taste unlimited samples of over 80 craft beers from breweries including 2 Towns Ciderhouse, Belching Beaver, Bottle Logic, Common Cider Company, Docent, Firestone Walker, Franziskaner, Helmsman, Karl Strauss Brewing Company, Spaten, Ten Mile Brewing Co, and more.

While attendees pick their poison from the rare and German-inspired beer offerings, they can also enjoy German-inspired food including an impressive sausage selection from The Sausage King like the ever-popular Bratwurst, Bockwurst, Weißwurst and Knackwurst.

The inaugural event also features wicked live musical entertainment from Orange County Oingo Boingo tribute band Dead Man’s Party and Devotional the Depeche Mode experience on Friday. Saturday attendees can enjoy heavy metal mariachi band Metalachi and Mismiths, a tribute to Misfits and The Smiths. In addition, frightfully fun activities such as stein holding competitions, zombie face painting, and Halloween costume contests will take place throughout the night.

Unlimited tastings will be held from 6 – 9 p.m. with concessions for purchase until 11:30 p.m. VIP guests are invited to enjoy access to a private “Rattskeller” lounge, and the chance to trick or treat themselves to a rare beer selection exclusive to VIP guests.

Boo Ha Ha tickets are available for purchase at TheBooHaHa.com with a portion of the proceeds going to Big Brother Big Sister of Orange County and Inland Empire. Ticket prices are $55 each and, if available, day-of prices are $65 each. VIP tickets are available for $70 and, if available, $80 day-of ticket. Non-drinking tickets are available for $25. Boo Ha Ha is a 21+ rain or shine event. No refunds. IDs will be checked. The Brew Ha Ha Productions team reminds all attendees to drink responsibly. For more information, visit http://www.brewhahaproductions.com.

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