Join us for Brix Project’s first Oktoberfest celebration! We will be tapping our Oktoberfest lager – Playafest just for the occasion. We will be featuring an authentic outdoor Biergarten with live music from Jason Domulot throughout the day, specialty German inspired cocktails and a Chef Select Menu featuring classics such as Weiner Schnitzel, Sausage Pretzel Board, as well as our take on popular German dishes including German Nachos and Brat Burger. The focus of the event will be on the impressive tap lineup of delicious Playalinda beers.
Playafest – A traditional Oktoberfest that is perfect to kick off the transition to fall. This bright amber lager features a perfectly balanced malt sweetness that finishes out smooth and clean. 5.4% ABV
Specially crafted cocktail menu featuring Oktoberfest and German inspired cocktails.
Spiked Apple Cider – Cider, Siesta Key Spiced Rum, cinnamon
German Hugo – Prosecco, elderflower liqueur, mint and honeydew melon balls
Chef Select Menu featuring traditional and modern German dishes.
Brat Burger, $13 – Pretzel bun, beef patty, Robonaut Red soaked bratwurst, sautéed onion and sauerkraut, white cheddar curds and Dijon mustard.
Wienerschnitzel, $14 – Thin pounded veal cutlet breaded and fried served with creamy mashed potato, mushroom onion gravy, sautéed red cabbage and a wedge of lemon.
Cabbage Rolls, $6 – Cabbage stuffed with rice, beef, veggies, then simmered in a creamy tomato base.
German Nachos, $10 – House kettle chips pilled high with beer cheese, sauerkraut, sautéed onion, Pico, corn and Robonaur Red soaked bratwurst.
German Potato Soup ( Kartoffelsuppe ), $5- Traditional German soup with leek, potato and German sausage.
German Chocolate Cake, $6 – House made chocolate cake with coconut pecan filling and fudge buttercream frosting.
Sausage Pretzel Board – Specialty selection of imported sausages, cheese, and dipping sauces, served with a large Bavarian-style pretzel.
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