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Where to Celebrate Oktoberfest in the U.S., Because Flying Is Expensive


Anyone who's over the age of 21 with an affinity for beer and an undying appreciation for carbohydrates has dreamed of venturing to Munich, Germany at the end of September to celebrate Oktoberfest in all its glory. 

And while experiencing the real deal would be a literal dream come true, flying to Europe is expensive as heck. So here's where to celebrate Oktoberfest in the U.S. if you want a little taste of the German holiday without spending too much.

Fun places to celebrate Oktoberfest in the U.S.:

1. Helen's Oktoberfest in Helen, Ga.

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Helen, Ga. has been home to one of the South's biggest Oktoberfest celebrations for well over 50 years, according to the Explore Georgia website. It lasts several weeks from September through October, and includes dancing, tons of food, and obviously, beer. 

Lederhosen is required, and yes, it is the same celebration they went to in that one episode of Atlanta.