It is once again our favorite time of year, Oktoberfest is upon us! Schaller & Weber would like to cordially invite you to our Oktoberfest celebration on Oct. 4th in Astoria, NY. But don’t worry if you can’t make it,just grab yourself an Oktoberfest Pack and read Maxim’s guide to Oktoberfest.
Dads are notoriously tough to shop for, but the day I started sending mine packs of Schaller & Weber meats, I never experienced pre-Father’s Day anxiety again. The Bacon. Is the greatest gift that any father could ever ask for or hope to receive. Except, I guess, fatherhood. But every so often, every dad needs a respite from his brood of screaming or money-beseeching children, and that moment of peace can absolutely be found in a bite of our
Summer is now finally (almost) upon us, and that means one thing: grilling season. Luckily, Schaller & Weber sausages are now available for purchase online, including our newest Veal Bratwurst and Chorizo, not to mention the always-favorite Cheddar Bratwurst, original Bratwurst, and Frankfurters.
The Knicks are still going strong in the playoffs, and Andrew Carmellini’s beer-braised Schaller & Weber Cheddar Brats are a great way to celebrate between dunks at Madison Square Garden. The arena’s gastronomical renovation has been met with mostly rave reviews, but Carmellini’s sausages are a standout, the Carmelo Anthony of concessions.
I can remember the first time I tried these, rather untraditionally, for breakfast one day. Having tasted our Bratwurst and most of the other Schaller & Weber sausages already, I figured I wasn’t in for much of a surprise. Plus, these were weeny little wieners.
The Globe European Delicatessen is a small, family-owned market and meat counter in Costa Mesa, CA. A 40-year-plus operation, the place packs more punch than most outposts of its size, offering fresh bratwursts, rouladen, and sauerkraut; some of the best German mustards, condiments, and sweets; and an impressive selection of imported bottled beer.
Raleigh, NC, is home to a rich food culture, and Capital Club 16 on Martin St. is one exemplary standby for brunch, lunch, and dinner.
Before the trend of the contemporary biergarten took hold in New York, restaurateur Michael Momm had planted Loreley’s roots on Rivington St. on the Lower East Side.
Not that we advocate sitting in front of a screen all day, but hey, some of us are forced to. And who’s going to blame you for staying in as the days get shorter and colder? My point being, did you know that one of the most well-stocked German markets worldwide is only a few strikes of the old keyboard away–meaning you can visit from the comfort of your home or office, 24/7?
Shacktoberfest is that special time of year when friends and family come together under the bright city lights for an unforgettable meal, ein prosit or two, and, to top it off, incredible custards blended with traditional German flavors (last year’s German Chocolate Concrete: are you kidding me??).
A tasty array of concessions has blossomed at Madison Square Garden over the past year; notably, Andrew Carmellini’s Sausage Boss now serves up Schaller & Weber Cheddar Brats in multiple stands throughout the arena.
Nothing says end of summer like bratwurst, but if you’re a New Yorker, chances are you’re not grilling during your lunch break.
We welcome to Park Slope the quintessential German beer hall, and one of majestic proportions and intent at that. Recently opened on St. Marks Place between 4th and 5th Avenues, Die Koelner Bierhalle serves up some 70-odd beers with at least 30 on tap, including one of our favorites, Kölsch, straight from Cologne.