Brews, Brats, and Bands at the Peak for the ‘Wurst Party Ever’

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Wednesday, October 26th, 2016 at 1:00 PM
Brews, Brats, and Bands at the Peak for the ‘Wurst Party Ever’ by Ti Sumner

Saturday, Nov. 5

Ever find yourself wishing you had a place to wear your lederhosen? On Nov. 5, Peek’n Peak will grant you that wish with the 4th annual Wurst Party Ever.

This Oktoberfest-themed gathering offers authentic German dishes, locally-crafted brews, and Buffalo’s 27-piece Big German Band playing 19th century German music.

Wash down German dishes with free-flowing brews from more than 40 regional craft breweries and take part in the German keg-tapping ceremony.

Attendees will receive tickets to swap for such foods as German potato salad, Bavarian pretzels, cheddar soup, and brats and sauerkraut at stations throughout the main lodge. Wash down German dishes with free-flowing brews from more than 40 regional craft breweries and take part in the German keg-tapping ceremony.

Following the Wurst Party Ever, Acoustic Jukebox will provide live music at the Wurst After-party Ever, from 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. at the Regency Pub. The after-party features a regular menu and no tickets necessary. To make it the Wurst Weekend Ever, an overnight package is available with optional late checkout and discounted tickets to the Wurst Brunch Ever the following morning. – Ti Sumner

5 to 9 p.m. // Peek’n Peak Main Lodge, 1405 Olde Road, Clymer, NY // 716.355.4141 // Tickets $59 online and at door // pknpkfallfest.com

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