Peek’n Peak Invites You to the Wurst Party Ever

Categories:  Food & Drink    Events
Wednesday, October 28th, 2015 at 1:00 PM
Peek’n Peak Invites You to the Wurst Party Ever by Evan Thomas
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Nov. 7

Feeling chilled by the recent drop in temperature? Becoming impatient to start celebrating the holiday season with friends and family? Or perhaps you are just craving some hearty food and a stein full of flavorful, imported German or locally-brewed German-style bier?

On Saturday, Nov. 7, Peek’n Peak is hosting “The Wurst Party Ever.” Fill up on bratwurst, Bavarian style pretzels, and sauerkraut while sipping on a frothy beverage handed to you by a dirndl-wearing server. Once you get your belly filled, enjoy dancing to authentic German music by Buffalo’s Big German Band, all set at the base of the beautiful Peek’n Peak ski slopes.

Tickets are on sale now for $45; or $55 if purchased after Oct. 29.. Each ticket includes unlimited beer tastings, a bier stein, and German food tastings. However, tickets are limited, so act fast! — Evan Thomas

5-9 p.m. // Main Lodge, Peek’n Peak Resort, 1405 Olde Rd., Clymer, NY // 716.355.4141 // pknpk.com/activities/wurstparty

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