Crash course on German eats and Tulsa beers
German eatery and bar Fassler Hall is joining up with Marshall Brewing to bring you an exceptional experience with their Beer Brunch.
Start of your Saturday, May 21st, of Tulsa Craft Beer Week with a unique mix of foreign foods and local beer. German eatery and bar Fassler Hall is joining up with local company Marshall Brewing to bring you an exceptional experience with their Beer Brunch. Starting at noon and ending at 2 p.m., Fassler Hall will host you, friends and family for $50 a person. What will that admission get you? A three-course meal that will include a variety of delightful, culturally diverse meals and beers that will satisfy your appetite and broaden your food resume.
To kick off the brunch, Fassler Hall will serve up the first course — a plate of smoked fish with breads, a variety of fruit, fresh cheese and jams. Wash that all down with the first beer of the event, the Klaus Hefeweizen, It has a creamy head with aromas of bananas and bubble gum created by traditional German ale yeast used during fermentation. Dive right back in with the second course of Bratwurst and rosemary potatoes served with scrambled eggs and tomatoes. To wet that down you’ll be drinking a traditional Munich style Dunkel Lager, a malty yet clean lager offering a little roast flavor topped with a bit of bitter. Don’t forget your sweet tooth this Saturday, either. The third course features a fresh peach-cherry streusel and vanilla schlag, which is whipped cream. Finish the brunch with a light, refreshing Arrowhead Pale Ale. Behind the meal and the beers is a wonderful environment for you and yours to celebrate Tulsa Craft Beer Week and German culture. This Saturday get out there in the city you love and experience something that you won’t forget.
Reservations are strongly encouraged: 918-576-7898