A glass stein of marzen-style beer from Vector Brewing. The stein reads "Das Mug."

Vector Brewing is hosting its third annual HausF3st on Sept. 24. Courtesy Vector Brewing.

If you’re looking to shop, eat, drink or polka dance, Vector Brewing is the place to be this Saturday.

HausFe3st, the brewery’s twist on Oktoberfest, is back for the third year in a row. In addition to beers in collectable steins, the will be 31 local restaurants and shops at vendor booths until 5 p.m. Two live bands will perform: The Oom-Pah Daddies, also known as Baba Yaga Orkestar, will perform polka music from 12-3 p.m., and the blues rock band Desabelle will follow them from 4-7 p.m.

The brewery is promoting four of its own beers at the event: a marzen, a weissbier, a helles and a doppelbock. Inside, more beers from the brewery are available on tap, as are a guest series of ciders and meads. There will also be activities for kids, including free face painting from 1-4 p.m., a dachshund parade at 3 p.m., and lawn games.

Admission to the event is free, but limited edition steins are $20. Refills in the stein are available for $5.

Craig and Veronica Bradley opened Vector Brewing in April 2020. Despite its creation in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, the brewery survived. Vector focuses on brewing classic styles of beer, as well as wild fermentation and barrel aging. They also serve sourdough pizza and wine.