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HUNTINGTON, WV -

A Huntington business owner says his place has the best selection of Octoberfest beers in the area.

The Jug and Kilt, a traditional British/Irish pub opened its doors earlier this year and workers say business continues to grow.  Pub managers say they offer at least 11 different specialty fall beers on tap for customers to enjoy.

The pub also offers a wide selection of authentic dishes including fish and chips, meat pies and pastries.

"Normally traditional Octoberfest is 17 days and its a celebration of your harvest that you gather throughout the year," pub manager Chris Levinsay said.

He says they also plan to expand their food menu to offer more great choices for customers.