Scott Mitchell of the Oberlaendler Hofbrau band provides musical accompaniment at Oktoberfest in Brunswick on Sept. 21. Besides entertainment, the event sponsored by the Southern Midcoast Maine Chamber at the Knights of Columbus on Columbus Drive included keg-throwing and stein-hoisting competitions, German cuisine by Richard's Restaurant, and, of course, beer from Shipyard Brewing Co.
Matt Comeau competes in the keg-tossing event Sept. 21 at Oktoberfest in Brunswick. He hurled the container 25.7 feet.
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