Party With Brauhaus Schmitz For Their 8th Birthday
Brauhaus Schmitz is turning eight years old in 2017. To mark the occasion, they’re throwing a blowout anniversary bash next Tuesday.
But that’s not all: they’re also introducing a new membership program for die-hard fans of the restaurant and its authentic German-American food and drink.
On Tuesday, June 27th from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m., the brauhaus will celebrate with a beer-fueled, Bavarian-style party. Admission — which includes live music and a traditional German food buffet by chef Jeremy Nolen, along with $4 draft beers, ciders and wines — is just $10 per person, with a portion of proceeds benefiting the South Street Police Mini Station.
The buffet will be bursting with classics like smoked salmon with mini potato pancakes and dill cream cheese, roast beef au jus with silver dollar rolls and horseradish sour cream, roasted vegetable spaetzle in lemon-Riesling sauce, and pork sauerkraut gratin. To top it all off will be a festive birthday cake from pastry chef Jessica Nolen.
They’ll also debut the Stein Verein (“mug club” in English) on the 27th: Founding members who pay an $80 membership fee won’t have to pay to enter the anniversary party, and they’ll get a special lidded Brauhaus Schmitz stein engraved with their name and member number and a permanent “parking spot” along the wall of the second-floor balcony for their stein. Other perks include a 15% discount on beer, food, and merch, a free beer on your birthday, and priority access to special events like Oktoberfest celebrations and special beer releases (more details here).
Only 100 Stein Verein memberships are available, so be early on the 27th to get yours.
Brauhaus Schmitz [Foobooz]