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Events include live polka music, a Miss Oktoberfest competition; a stein hoisting competition; Milwaukee's Largest Cornhole Tournament; a brat-eating contest; and a wiener dog beauty pageant.
Getty Not one to be a sore loser, Kate celebrated her husband's victory with a participation medal and a stein of local beer.
New this year is the Brews of Strength event testing how long participants can hold a liter stein of beer.
Every autumn, some 6 million beer obsessives descend upon Munich for Oktoberfest, the Bavarian beer festival known for large steins overflowing with frothy beer, jubilant brass-bands, and plates of greasy bratwurst to soak up the booze.
Saturdays and Sundays at Ema, 74 W. Illinois St., 312-527-5586, www.emachicago.com. 2) Grab a stein at Mayfest Channel Oktoberfest in summer with Lincoln Square’s oompah-heavy Mayfest (yes, in June).
Or even test your arm at a beer-stein-holding match.
The rest of the day includes more than 300 vendors, live music and various contests, including stein-holding and pie-eating.
Regardless of the seriousness of the cause, organizers are planning to make the fest fun, with stein-holding and pretzel-tossing contests as well as bean bag games.
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Origin and Etymology of stein
First Known Use: 1855See Words from the same year
Definition of Stein
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Definition of stein for English Language Learners
: a large mug for beer
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